The first college football playoff rankings come out Tuesday so the Top 25 teams around the country are definitely looking to defend their ranking or move up by notching a big win. With that being said, let’s take a look at the five most important and must watch college football games this weekend.
“Adding New Jersey, New York, D.C., Baltimore, it’s obviously going to be great,” Maryland coach Mark Turgeon says.
The Big Ten is down — and perhaps out of the College Football Playoff already.
Illinois’ Big Ten slate starts tough, but there’s opportunity for a strong finish.
The game is set for Dec. 9 at Madison Square Garden.
The Big Ten yearns to own two regions, which would be unprecedented for a collegiate conference.
If you add schools out East, you need to embrace the region. And the Big Ten has already.
Both squads will face Nebraska in a primetime TV game.
Maryland will hold a two-day celebration to commemorate its move.
Wildcats coach Pat Fitzgerald says he’s “really excited” about his class.
The Tim Beckman hire was a mistake and everybody has known it since his first press conference.
The Election Day victories for same-sex marriage in several states have supporters of the effort in Illinois saying the atmosphere has changed, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Tuesday that he’d lead an effort to legalize same-sex marriages in Illinois as well
Mitt Romney had a clean sweep Tuesday, handily winning the Republican primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Notre Dame raced to an early 10-3 lead before the Terrapins came back behind Stoglin, who scored 11 of Maryland’s first 12 points.
Jonas Gary ran for a career-high 136 yards and two touchdowns, and Notre Dame made itself right at home against skidding Maryland in a 45-21 victory Saturday night.
Notre Dame coach Mike Brey is staying with the Irish, and his reasoning is pretty simple.
The Federal Aviation Administration says it was investigating an incident involving an Air National Guard plane carrying first lady Michelle Obama.
A magazine salesman from Chicago will spend more than a year in jail for allegedly raping an autistic woman he met while going door to door in Arnold, Md.