College Football

Urban Meyer Will Pick Ohio State's Quarterback in "Middle of Training Camp"

Buckeyes head into Saturday's spring game with one heathy QB contender
Urban Meyer Will Pick Ohio State's Quarterback in "Middle of Training Camp"

When Ohio State plays its spring game Saturday, the Buckeyes will be a long way from deciding their biggest offseason question as they head into 2015.

 

National championship quarterback Cardale Jones will start for one squad. Sophomore Stephen Collier will start for the other.

 

The spring game won’t include 2013 starter Braxton Miller and 2014 starter J.T. Barrett, who are sitting out this spring due to shoulders.

 

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Big Ten 2015 Football Schedule Analysis

What fans need to know about the B1G schedules in 2015.
2015 Big Ten Football Schedule Analysis

Never before has scheduling been a bigger issue than the 2014 College Football Playoff.

 

The committee clearly took a stance on Baylor’s weak non-conference matchups and it cost the Bears a chance at the national championship. A perceived lack of quality wins also has long been an issue for Big Ten champions. It hurt Michigan State two years ago and nearly cost Ohio State last fall. With a glut of intriguing non-conference games against top-level Power 5 teams, that shouldn't be an issue this fall — at least, not in the deep East Division.

 

Ranking the Big 12's Football Coaching Jobs in 2015 (Expert Poll)

Athlon asked Big 12 experts to rank the best jobs in the league.
Ranking the Big 12's Football Coaching Jobs in 2015 (Expert Poll)

Is it easier to win at Texas or Oklahoma? How about Big 12 newcomers West Virginia and TCU?

 

Which program provides the most support? Which ? Which program has proven it can succeed at a high level over time? Which program has the most pressure to win?

 

Iowa Teammate Thought New Michigan QB Rudock Would Have "More Fight"

Iowa's Drew Ott not impressed with Jake Rudock's Move
Iowa Teammate Thought New Michigan QB Rudock Would Have More Fight

New Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock didn’t receive a ringing endorsement from one of his former teammates at Iowa.

 

“I thought he had a little more fight in him,” defensive end Drew Ott said on Wednesday’s Big Ten spring teleconference. “But maybe an opportunity (arose) over there at Michigan.”

 

Red Sox Fan Wreaks Havoc on Fellow Fans

Yes, he's a bit bumbling

The next time you're at a game, keep an eye out for the guy in the blue and red shirt. While his intensions may be pure, his exuberant reactions resulted in havoc for his fellow fans.

 

We're guessing this was his checklist:

1. Do not actually help player.
2. Knock phone from girl's hand.
3. Knock beer onto girl's face. 
Mission accomplished!

 

West Virginia Athletic Director Discusses Return of Backyard Brawl

West Virginia and Pitt haven't played each since other 2011
West Virginia Athletic Director Discusses Return of Backyard Brawl

One of the most anticipated matchups and biggest rivalries in college sports could be on the verge of being resumed in the not-so distant future. West Virginia vs. Pitt, better known as the "Backyard Brawl," is the historic rivalry between these two schools, which are separated by 75 miles.

 

Ranking the ACC's Football Coaching Jobs in 2015 (Expert Poll)

Athlon asked ACC experts to rank the best jobs in the league.
Ranking the ACC's Football Coaching Jobs in 2015 (Expert Poll)

Is it easier to win at Florida State or Clemson? How about North Carolina or Miami?

 

Which program provides the most support? Which ? Which program has proven it can succeed at a high level over time? Which program has the most pressure to win?

 

These are all the questions head coaches must ask themselves when deciding to accept a job or not.

FSU Insider Buzz: QB Battle Tightens Up; Freshman Derwin James Shines

The Florida State Seminoles competed in their spring game over the weekend, and a few storylines emerged from the contest. The battle for the starting quarterback position tightened up, while a freshman safety shined brightly...

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