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Ten Things to Take Away From the Dallas Cowboys Win over the Saints

Ten Things to Take Away From the Dallas Cowboys Win over the Saints

Ten Things to Take Away From the Dallas Cowboys Win over the Saints.

First and 10 is RattleandHumSports.com’s breakdown of the 10 most important things to come out of each game for 2014. Today we’re focused on the season’s fourth game against the New Orleans Saints, which the Cowboys won.

The Dallas Cowboys are tied for first place in the NFC East after the first four weeks of the season. With…

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Dallas Cowboy-New Orleans Saints Postgame Report on 93.3 FM “Game On”

Dallas Cowboy-New Orleans Saints Postgame Report on 93.3 FM “Game On”

Dallas Cowboys Postgame Report on 93.3 FM “Game On”.

Rattleandhumsports.com Dallas Cowboys insider Matthew Postins recaps the Cowboys shocking 38-17 victory over the New Orleans Saints. Matthew joins “Game On” with Wess Moore and Michael Smith of KKSP 93.3 FM The Source in Bryant, AR. to explain what has led to the Cowboys first 3-1 start under head coach Jason Garrett.

Matthew appears regularly…

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CultureMap Dallas: Are these Dallas Cowboys really ready to break the cycle of mediocrity?

CultureMap Dallas: Are these Dallas Cowboys really ready to break the cycle of mediocrity?

Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray.

Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray.

If I had to look in the mirror before the start of this Dallas Cowboys season and say, “The Cowboys will be 3-1 after four games,” I couldn’t have done it with a straight face. The Cowboys are now tied for first place in the NFC East with the Philadelphia Eagles, and we must now take a step back and determine if we were wrong about these Cowboys in 2014.

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2014 FBS Week 5 Standings: Final

2014 FBS Week 5 Standings: Final

Legion Field, the home of UAB football. (RoadTripSports photo by Kendall Webb)

Legion Field, the home of UAB football. (RoadTripSports photo by Kendall Webb)

Here are the conference standings for the Football Bowl Subdivision after Week 5. Special thanks to our College Football America statistician, John Fineran, for putting these conference standings together. Included are last week’s results and this week’s games, with TV designations.

NCAA DIVISION I-A (FOOTBALL BOWL…

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College Football America’s 2015 Coaching Carousel update: Kansas’ Weis fired

College Football America’s 2015 Coaching Carousel update: Kansas’ Weis fired

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Kansas head coach Charlie Weis. (RoadTripSports photo by Matthew Postins)

Kansas pulled the trigger on firing their head coach, Charlie Weis, on Sunday, making Weis the second casualty on the 2015 FBS Coaching Carousel.

I can’t say I agree with this one.

When Kansas hired Weis going into the 2012 season, I assumed he had four years to get his players and install his program. He succeeded Turner…

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2014 College Football America Preview: Week 5

2014 College Football America Preview: Week 5

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We’re headed to six games this weekend. Each week I’ll keep you up to date on where we’ll be, and check back early next week for a review of how far we’ve traveled and links to our photo galleries.

Week 5

Game 30: Middle Tennessee at Old Dominion

Foreman Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium, Norfolk, VA, Sept. 26

RTS/CFA staff in attendance: Kendall Webb

Game 31: Bridgewater at The Apprentice School

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College Football America’s 2014 Heisman update: Week 4

College Football America’s 2014 Heisman update: Week 4

Texas A&M quarterback Kenny Hill pauses during pre-game warmups against SMU on Sept. 20, 2014. (RoadTripSports photo by Chuck Cox)

Texas A&M quarterback Kenny Hill pauses during pre-game warmups against SMU on Sept. 20, 2014. (RoadTripSports photo by Chuck Cox)

In College Football America, our preview publication, I wrote about the Heisman frontrunners and sleepers, from my perspective. While no one is out of the race yet, four weeks into the season we can who the legitimate candidates are and the ones that are on the…

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2014 Week 5 College Football TV Schedule

2014 Week 5 College Football TV Schedule

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College Football America is on the road this week. If you’re not on the road this week, that’s no big deal. If you have a flat screen and a couch you can take advantage of the wonderfulness of college football on TV (although we do recommend getting out every once in a while). The National Football Foundation has made things real easy for you. Below is this week’s television schedule for FBS and…

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Bednarik Award Week 4 Player of the Week: Stephone Anthony, Clemson

Bednarik Award Week 4 Player of the Week: Stephone Anthony, Clemson

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As a member of the Maxwell Football Club, College Football America staff members Matthew Postins and Kendall Webb are proud to be a part of the panel that will select the 2014 Bednarik Award, given to the nation’s top defensive player in college football. The Maxwell Football Club posted the Week 4 Bednarik Player of the Week winner and we are proud to display him below.

Clemson linebacker…

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Maxwell Award Week 4 Player of the Week: Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

Maxwell Award Week 4 Player of the Week: Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

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As a member of the Maxwell Football Club, College Football America staff members Matthew Postins and Kendall Webb are proud to be a part of the panel that will select the 2014 Maxwell Award, given to the nation’s top offensive player in college football. The Maxwell Football Club has posted Maxwell Player of the Week winner for Week 4, and we are proud to post it below.

Mississippi State…

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