It’s best for all if Tim Beckman just has a realistic view of his program.
With the shocking loss of Alabama to Auburn, questions again arise regarding the optimization of the BCS system. One of the primary issues up for debate: should a team with one loss be eligible for the title game?
The uncertainty of the NFL Lockout has worked its way down to the college ranks. When the Bowl Championship Series chose dates for its five bowl games, it did so to avoid conflicts that could result from the lockout.
The University of Southern California has been stripped of their 2004 National Championship by the Bowl Championship Series.
The college football world continues to be filled with controversy. Earlier this week it was Jim Tressel and Terrelle Pryor, now the Justice Department is taking aim at the BCS.
The Justice Department wants to know why the NCAA doesn’t have a college football playoff system and says there are “serious questions” about whether the current format to determine a national champion complies with antitrust laws.
As I struggled to watch a Butler-UConn national championship game completely devoid of made baskets, I thought what a shame it is that a historic, drama-filled NCAA tournament would end this way.
Believe it, or not, the basketball wasn’t the most sleep-inducing part of last night’s NCAA national championship game.
Kemba Walker scored 16 points and Connecticut beat Butler 53-41 on Monday night to give Jim Calhoun his third national championship, something only four other coaches have done.
After winning a wrestling national championship as a senior in high school, Anthony Robles set his sights on achieving excellence in college.
Congratulations to the Auburn Tigers on winning the BCS National Championship. You definitely deserve to be the champions. Scratch that. No you don’t.
Auburn beats Oregon 22-19 to win BCS national college football championship.