The College Football Playoff system worked, but it can be better.
Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Ohio State have been selected to play in the first College Football Playoff.
While Ohio State fans chanted “We want ‘Bama,” coach Urban Meyer argued for an opportunity.
The College Football Playoff will determine college football’s first national champion in the new playoff model in January, but the real playoff begins this weekend.
Since we are upon our great day of gratitude, let’s look to sports for reasons to give thanks.
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota looks to be the favorite this season, but Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon also has a decent shot to win the award.
If you are looking for this year’s young rising star with a shot to win the Heisman Trophy, look no further than Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett.
With teams vying for four playoff spots and bowl game placements, this weekend can either cause a big shakeup or solidify seeds/rankings.
Our expectations before the start of the season can quickly be tarnished in a flash.
Buckeyes quarterback J.T. Barrett threw for 167 yards.
Nov. 29 looms as a huge day in deciding who will nab the four CFP spots.
Which one-loss team has the edge? So many pivotal games are still to come.
The city’s collegiate fandom rests with Notre Dame more than anything.
Brady Hoke’s seat is scalding hot.
“We’re an embarrassment,” Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald says.
Unfortunately for the Big Ten, the chance to prove itself on the national stage in 2014 has officially been missed.
Michigan State-Oregon is must-watch TV, plus 10 Big Ten thoughts and power rankings.
Illinois’ football attendance has been dwindling for five straight seasons.
For all Pat Fitzgerald’s flashy words, the Wildcats haven’t had much success lately.
The two programs will clash in 2022 and 2023.