Week 4 of the 2015 college football season kicks off on Thursday night with a key American Athletic Conference matchup between Cincinnati and Memphis. The action continues on Friday night with Boise State taking on Virginia and Stanford traveling to Corvallis to take on Oregon State.
The ACC was in the spotlight last week with Florida State-Boston College and Louisville-Clemson headlining the pre-Saturday matchups. The Week 4 slate isn’t as intriguing, as Georgia Tech-Duke and Boise State-Virginia top the must-see matchups in this slate.
We're almost a month into the college football season and I finally got a couple of these partially right last week! If your team is on the wrong end of any of these predictions, you are hoping last week was an aberration and not the start of a new trend.
The college footballseason is in full swing as fans across the country are experiencing the different things that make this time of year so exciting and memorable, although the wins are understandably more fun than the losses.
But before the outcome of a game is known, one thing that fans really enjoy is when they get to watch their favorite team run out of the tunnel and onto their home field.
There’s nothing better than the rivalries in college football. Miami-Florida State isn’t quite the rivalry that it once was with the Hurricanes not contending for national championships, but this is still one of the top annual matchups in the ACC and in the nation.
Miami coach Al Golden is on the hot seat with a 31-22 record, and the fifth-year coach has already been the subject of a few plane banners over Sun Life Stadium prior to the start of the Bethune-Cookman and Nebraska games.