College Football Articles

Bobby Petrino
Louisville is like a box of chocolates. The peanut ones are really good, but nobody ever eats the coconuts and... no wait that's not the line.  Forrest Gump told us you NEVER know what you are going to get and that is the...
Lloyd H. Spence Jr.
1 year ago
Freedom Akinmoladun
How appropriate that we’re enjoying the time of year when ghouls and goblins roam our streets to touch on the topic about blood in Nebraska’s football program. Young blood that is, specifically on-the-field talent. I’m not...
Brandon Cavanaugh
1 year ago
Sony Michel
College football’s Week 9 slate features 53 games, starting with six matchups on Thursday night. With over 40 games on Saturday, it’s not easy being a college football fan. At times, there’s simply too much going on to stay on top...
Steven Lassan
1 year ago
Hosts Mitch Light and Braden Gall break down another weekend of college football with special guest Matt Stinchcomb.  The SEC Network anaylst joins us on behalf of the All-State AFCA Good Works Team. Voting runs through Nov. 25 at...
Braden Gall
1 year ago
Jerry Kill
College football’s coaching carousel took a surprising turn on Wednesday, as Minnesota coach Jerry Kill resigned due to health reasons. Kill went 29-29 in five seasons with the Golden Gophers and guided the program to three consecutive bowl...
Steven Lassan
1 year ago
Trevone Boykin
The Mountaineers pay a visit to Forth Worth Thursday night looking to end an incredibly tough October on a positive note. West Virginia is currently 0-3 this month, losing to Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Baylor. Many are starting to...
Jeremy Simon
1 year ago
Matt Breida
Georgia Southern put together one of the true darling Cinderella seasons last year. But despite winning the Sun Belt Conference crown, Willie Fritz' Eagles were not allowed to participate in the bowl season. A year later, the same...
Kevin McGuire
1 year ago
Mike Bercovici
 It’s unlikely anyone had Thursday’s cross-divisional Pac-12 matchup between Arizona State and Oregon featuring teams with six combined losses. On the contrary; this one had the feel of a potential conference championship game...
Kyle Kensing
1 year ago
Maybe, just maybe, the glory days are back at Pitt and North Carolina. If you're a member of Generation X your earliest memories involve these two programs dominating college football. The two programs kicked off the 1982 season...
Marky Billson
1 year ago
DeShone Kizer
Week 9 of the 2015 college football season kicks off with a busy Thursday slate. Six games dot the schedule, including North Carolina traveling to Pittsburgh for a key ACC Coastal Division showdown, while TCU hosts West Virginia and Oregon plays at...
Steven Lassan
1 year ago
Jerry Kill
I was sad to hear the news of Jerry Kill's retirement today. I've long considered him the best developer of talent in all of college football as well as one of the best X's and O's guys in the game. Kill did what many of us...
J.P. Scott
1 year ago
Week 9 of the 2015 college football season presents plenty of opportunities for both tricks and treats depending on who you are rooting for. It would appear as though the road to the College Football Playoff has already been paved, but as we all...
J.P. Scott
1 year ago
This weekend’s game in Jacksonville, Fla., might be the deciding factor in the SEC East division as Georgia or Florida can take full control of their destiny in what I will forever call the “World’s Largest Outdoor...
Justin Nails
1 year ago
Florida and Georgia fans will congregate in Jacksonville this weekend as they have every year since 1933 (with the exception of 1994 and ‘95) for tailgating and merriment. It is ironic that the game was once called the “World’s...
Aaron Tallent
1 year ago
Jarrett Stidham
Baylor’s College Football Playoff hopes took a hit this week, as quarterback Seth Russell was lost for the year due to a neck injury suffered in the win against Iowa State. Russell was one of the nation’s top quarterbacks so far this...
Steven Lassan
1 year ago
Deshaun Watson
The start of college football’s 2015-16 bowl season is just under two months away, but it’s never too early to take a peek at the potential matchups this postseason. The bowl season is bigger and better than ever with 41...
Steven Lassan
1 year ago
I know what you are thinking: "Every game matters." Not in this case. As the 2015 college football season charges down the home stretch, there is a clear path to a championship forming right before our eyes. The football...
J.P. Scott
1 year ago
Mike Riley
The Nebraska football program is an amazing thing for so many reasons. It has so much power that it can bring an entire state together or turn family members against each other. The fossil fuel energy crisis could be nixed if only the passion for...
Brandon Cavanaugh
1 year ago
The College Football Playoff picture is starting to get some clarity, and the competition off the field among fans is nearly as heated as the competition on the field on game day. The Athlon Sports College Football Experts Club...
David Fox
1 year ago
Al Golden is done at Miami. While Steven Lassan rattled off his top 10 replacements for the Hurricanes coach, that didn't stop the lovely people on the internet from giving their input. The #MiamiCoachingSearch is easy. Just bring...
Jasmine Watkins
1 year ago
After Clemson’s 58-0 destruction of Miami, coupled with a Utah loss to USC on Saturday night, Tiger fans have no need to scoreboard watch anymore. Clemson is now No. 3 in the AP Poll (what the coaches are thinking putting the Tigers at No. 6...
Jon Kinne
1 year ago
Travis Wilson
Utah's bid for a perfect season came crashing down amid a flurry of turnovers. Senior quarterback Travis Wilson was intercepted four times in the Utes' 42-24 loss to unranked USC on Saturday. For now, Utah retains a one-game lead in the Pac...
John Coon
1 year ago
The Nebraska football team finds itself 3-5 following (get this) another heartbreaking loss, this time to Northwestern. At this point, that may very well mean no bowl eligibility, a sobering thought. Regardless of whether or not the Huskers...
Brandon Cavanaugh
1 year ago
Al Golden
Miami coach Al Golden was fired on Sunday, one day after the Hurricanes suffered the worst loss in program history in a 58-0 defeat against Clemson. Golden worked for five years as Miami’s head coach, posting a 32-25 record in that span....
Steven Lassan
1 year ago
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Hosts Braden Gall and David Fox break down all the big action from Week 8, including two more teams falling from the ranks of the unbeaten. Florida State and Utah both fell in Week 8 but did so in totally different fashion. What is the lesson...
Braden Gall
1 year ago

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