Purdue Football Helmets to Honor Alum Neil Armstrong
If you’re watching the Purdue/Notre Dame game this weekend, you might notice something just a little different with the Boilermakers’ helmets.
College Football 2012 — Week Two Preview
Week One told us a few things. Like that Alabama is really, really good. This week, we don’t have any matchups between ranked schools, but we do have some intriguing games that should tell us a bit more about some of these teams. Wisconsin, Nebraska, Oklahoma State and Florida all have challenging road games against BCS-conference opponents. Oklahoma and Stanford, who struggled last week, will try
Florida State Defensive Star Brandon Jenkins Out for Season
Less than one game into his senior year, Florida State defensive end Brandon Jenkins has already seen his season come to an end.
Michigan RB Toussaint Suspended for Game Against Alabama
Michigan’s star running back Fitzgerald Toussaint has been suspended for one game and will not make the trip with the team to Arlington, TX for the Wolverines’ big game against second-ranked Alabama at Cowboys Stadium on Saturday.
College Football 2012: Week One Preview
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. School is back in session. Everyone’s favorite team is undefeated. Every fan just knows their team is underrated and will be better than expected. And we can finally stop focusing on offseason scandals and politics. Yes, college football is finally back. With that, here is everything you need to know to be ready for week one action.
UCLA Football Upsets Oregon –Too Bad the Season Hasn’t Started
If you read it on the Internet, it must be true, right?
Penn State Bans ‘Sweet Caroline’ at Football Games
The Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State had many innocent victims. First and foremost are the young boys abused by Sandusky, then there are the current and future Penn State players and students who will suffer for years under the weight of the NCAA punishments. And now you can add Neil Diamond to the casualty list.
Get Familiar with the Rule Changes Coming to College Football So You’ll Be Ready for the New Season
Player safety has been a major point of emphasis at all levels of football in recent years. That trend will be noticeable with several changes coming to college football games this fall.
Oklahoma Kindergartner Banned From Wearing Michigan Shirt in School
An Oklahoma City kindergartner was recently made to go behind a tree and turn his shirt inside out before being allowed to return to school. The kid had the audacity to wear a shirt from a college outside the state of Oklahoma.
10 Burning Questions for the 2012 College Football Season
College football is finally (almost) back! This is that magical time of year when every college football fan dreams of crisp fall days and really believes that his team will be “better than expected” this year. At least up until kickoff. Here are 10 ...
Alabama Dominates LSU, 21-0, To Win BCS National Championship
Second-ranked Alabama avenged its only loss of the season in a big way, shutting out #1 LSU, 21-0, in the Allstate BCS Championship Game Monday night. Alabama’s defense, which came into the game ranked first nationally in virtually every major category, showed just why it deserves to be national champions, holding the Tigers to just 92 total yards and five first downs while pitching the first shut
West Virginia Crushes Clemson, 70-26, In Orange Bowl, Destroys Bowl Records
Clemson led West Virginia 17-14 after the first quarter of the Orange Bowl. But from that point on, it was all Mountaineers as West Virginia shattered record after record on their way to a 70-26 victory.