College Football Articles

The SEC takes all sorts of heat for its non-conference scheduling, and, frankly, this coming year probably won’t be much different.   Sure, there’s a Florida State here and a Clemson there, and there are those end-of-season ACC...
Matt Fortuna
2 months ago
Less than 23 months after the Oregon Ducks played for the inaugural College Football Playoff championship, university athletic brass decided the time had come for a change in Eugene. And what a change.   The dismissal of former head coach...
Kyle Kensing
2 months ago
Deondre Francois
How has the ACC remodeled its football product in recent years? By playing the best.   And eventually beating the best.   Clemson is the defending national champion, the league’s second title winner in the past two years. Few...
Matt Fortuna
2 months ago
The Coastal Carolina University cheerleading squad in Conway, S.C., has been suspended amid prostitution allegations.   One cheerleader spoke to WMBF News saying an anonymous letter was sent to David DeCenzo, the school's...
Jasmine Watkins
2 months ago
There is no easy way around this, so let's address it up front: The Pac-12 Conference's collective non-conference schedule in 2017 isn't exactly awe-inspiring.   The conference's nine-game league schedule has been a repeated...
Kyle Kensing
2 months ago
Bill Snyder
Another year, another winning record and bowl game for the Kansas State Wildcats. Despite lacking the resources to land blue-chip recruits, Kansas State has been a model of consistency under head coach Bill Snyder. The 77-year-old continues to defy...
Nicholas Ian Allen
2 months ago
Since the spring of 2012, Arkansas fans, the coaching staff, and players within the program have been on a roller-coaster ride unmatched in college football. After Bobby Petrino took the Razorbacks to the Sugar Bowl in 2011 with an 11-win campaign...
Ryan Wright
2 months ago
Lamar Jackson
Spring practice is a busy time for all 130 college football teams, and it's no secret most of the attention in offseason workouts starts with the quarterback position. The 2017 crop of quarterbacks starts with defending Heisman Trophy...
Steven Lassan
2 months ago
Malik Jefferson
Optimists might look at the Big 12 teams’ three non-conference games and point out that it means one fewer chance for the programs to pulverize a cupcake directional school. The cynics see fewer opportunities for marquee matchups.  ...
Allen Kenney
2 months ago
There were plenty of changes at Notre Dame following a 4-8 campaign in 2016. There are six new assistants, a new strength program and a desire from all to make sure something like last year never happens again.   Of course, that all starts...
Matt Fortuna
2 months ago
It was a rough first season in Charlottesville for Virginia head coach Bronco Mendenhall in 2016. The Cavaliers finished 2-10 overall and in last in the ACC Coastal Division with a 1-7 record. To add insult to injury, Virginia suffered a season-...
Antwan Staley
2 months ago
Myles Gaskin
Every bit of excitement generated when the University of Washington announced its hire of Chris Petersen in December 2013 was validated last season when the Huskies won their first Pac-12 football championship in 16 years.   Washington won...
Kyle Kensing
2 months ago
The importance of the non-conference schedule supposedly has been increased in the College Football Playoff era, and the Big Ten has instituted a new scheduling policy to give the conference-wide strength of schedule a boost. This season sees a few...
Kevin McGuire
2 months ago
Dedrick Mills
On the evening of Nov. 5, following a loss to North Carolina, Georgia Tech stood at 5-4. While it was an improvement on the disaster that was the 2015 season, it was not where the Yellow Jackets had hoped to be.   But the next week, Paul...
Jon Kinne
2 months ago
Jacob Eason
Georgia got back at it this week, as head coach Kirby Smart opened his second campaign in Athens by kicking off spring practice.   Expectations are high as always surrounding the Bulldogs, even if Smart’s debut 8-5 season didn’t...
Matt Fortuna
3 months ago
Luke Falk
Can Luke Falk deliver a championship in his final season at Washington State?   The Cougars enter a new season with plenty of promise after enjoying back-to-back winning seasons and bowl appearances for the first time since 2004. Many pieces...
John Coon
3 months ago
The 2016 college football season was moving along quite smoothly for Michigan until one raucous weekend in Iowa City where a last-second field goal sent things in a downward spiral. The Wolverines wound up losing three out of their last four games...
Mike Bainbridge
3 months ago
Janarion Grant
Chris Ash opens his second spring practice as head coach at Rutgers, and he has plenty to focus on as the Scarlet Knights look to improve in 2017. Year one was expected to be quite the uphill battle for Ash in his head coaching debut, and it most...
Kevin McGuire
3 months ago
Travon McMillian
The 2016 Virginia Tech football season had its ups and downs. It started slowly with a sluggish effort against Liberty followed by the turnover-fest in a loss to Tennessee at Bristol Motor Speedway. There was the huge win at North Carolina that...
Jon Kinne
3 months ago
James Franklin
Coming off its first outright Big Ten championship since the 1994 season, Penn State has raised the bar for success and is aiming higher in 2017. The Nittany Lions bring back a loaded offense highlighted by not one, but two, potential Heisman...
Kevin McGuire
3 months ago
Sam Darnold
USC and Washington are the early favorites to claim the top spots in the Pac-12 next fall, so it should be no surprise both teams feature a good chunk of the conference’s individual talent. The Trojans take four spots in Athlon’s spring...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
The Iowa Hawkeyes entered the 2016 season with sky-high expectations, coming off the historic ‘15 campaign in which they went 12-2, won the Big Ten West Division, and earned a berth in the Rose Bowl. With more returning firepower than any...
Robert A. Boleyn
3 months ago
After a short period of scuffling, the 2015 and ‘16 campaigns represented a welcome return to normalcy at Oklahoma. The Sooners followed up their College Football Playoff appearance in ‘15 with a season that was pretty much par for...
Allen Kenney
3 months ago
Jalen Hurts
Alabama returns to the field on March 21, as the Crimson Tide open spring ball. For Nick Saban, this is Year No. 11 in Tuscaloosa, a reign that has featured a ridiculous four national titles.   Of course, the Tide came as close as humanly...
Matt Fortuna
3 months ago
Mark Richt
Mark Richt’s first season at the University of Miami went probably better than most expected. The Hurricanes finished the season 9-4 and there’s a lot of optimism coming into spring practice, which begins on March 21.   Although...
Antwan Staley
3 months ago

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