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  • By David Fox, 1 day 19 hours ago
    Nebraska fans must be asking themselves: Can Mike Riley start now? The new Cornhuskers coach has many skills that will be welcome in Lincoln, but in the here and now, Riley's hex on the 2014 bowl opponent is of particular interest. Despite a deficit in talent and resources, Oregon State tended to be a spoiler for USC in its glory days during the last 10 seasons. Three unranked...
  • By David Fox, 1 day 20 hours ago
    The last Penn State bowl appearance was hardly an experience the Nittany Lions want to remember. In 2011, Penn State went to Dallas to play in a bowl game televised on ESPNU in a crowded slot with more appealing matchups in the Capital One and Outback bowls. That the bowl was an afterthought was just fine. Under interim coach Tom Bradley, Penn State lost 30-14 to Houston, ending a...
  • By Braden Gall, 1 week 1 day ago
    The Big Ten played a lot of dramatic and exciting games in 2014. Unfortunately, when it came to non-conference contests, the league didn’t win too many of them. However, an entire year of disappointment can all be washed away by two great showings by Ohio State in the College Football Playoff. But, in the meantime, here are the best and most exciting Big Ten games of the 2014...

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Latest ACC Articles

  • By Braden Gall, 1 day 21 hours ago
    Arizona State missed a shot at the Pac-12 Championship Game on the final weekend of the regular season by losing to rival Arizona. Duke missed a shot at the ACC Championship Game by losing two of its final three games after the Blue Devils controlled their own destiny as late as Week 13. But the 81st edition of the Sun Bowl, the second-oldest bowl game in college football (Rose), offers a...
  • By Mark Ross, 1 day 21 hours ago
    On paper, the battle lines are clearly drawn when it comes to this season's Military Bowl matchup between Cincinnati and Virginia Tech. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md., will serve as the backdrop for a game featuring the classic contrast in styles – the Bearcats’ potent offense vs. the Hokies’ stingy defense. Cincinnati (9-3) claimed its third...

Latest Big 12 Articles

  • By Braden Gall, 2 weeks 1 day ago
    Certainly, Big 12 fans feel jilted by the inaugural College Football Playoff Committee. Both TCU and Baylor were worthy candidates for the national championship tournament. But being left out of the bracket and the subsequent finger pointing has taken away from what was a remarkable season in the Big 12. The 2014 season was one filled with remarkable comebacks, record-setting...
  • By David Fox, 2 weeks 3 days ago
    Art Briles is one of the nation’s brightest football coaches. He’s done more with less at Baylor because of smarts and hard work.He’s changed Baylor from a Big 12 afterthought into a two-time league champ because of astute recruiting and player development and an innovative offensive system.That’s why Baylor missing out on the College Football Playoff can be so...

Latest American Articles

  • By Athlon Sports, 1 month 3 weeks ago
    We’ve hit Week 10 of the 2014 college football season and the best has yet to come for the American Athletic Conference.Though East Carolina sits atop the conference with a 6-1 record and the No. 21 ranking in the latest AP Top 25, there are several teams making moves and positioning themselves for a potential title run in the coming weeks.Central Florida undoubtedly possesses the top...
  • By Athlon Sports, 4 months 2 days ago
    We all know the Gunner Kiel story — he was a high-profile recruit that led a short, yet illustrious career at Columbus East High School (IN), verbally committed and de-commited to both Indiana and LSU, signed with Notre Dame and then transferred to Cincinnati. Now a redshirt sophomore, Kiel has finally found stable ground with the Bearcats. Nevertheless, having never taken a college...

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