It’s not every day you see a score so lopsided that it makes your head spin. But all sports experience inexplicable blowouts. Let’s revisit some, shall we?
The potential sanctions for Baylor are in and unsurprisingly, they’re not really addressing the issue. It’s just a slap in the face for assault survivors.
As more and more information comes out regarding the numerous Baylor sexual assault cases, it’s clear Art Briles didn’t care. Why should he get to move on?
Clemson hired Dabo Swinney in 2009, and for a while not everyone was convinced. But Monday night the Tigers changed all that by knocking off ‘Bama.
Brent Musburger could have used his platform to condemn Joe Mixon’s assault. Instead, he reverted to what we’ve all heard before.
Monday night, history is at stake for Nick Saban and his Crimson Tide. But Dabo Swinney’s Clemson Tigers will be looking to make history of their own.
The CFB Playoff—tons of bad teams, some with losing records, all for the sake of money. The format needs to be altered, but will it ever happen?
Clemson’s Deshaun Watson has been no stranger to the spotlight while climbing the NCAA ranks—he’s never wavered. Look for more of the same Saturday night.
Two years after the fact, video of the incident that would get Joe Mixon suspended in 2014 has emerged. Don’t you dare pass off what he did as “equality”.
Fresh off Louisville’s Lamar Jackson winning the Heisman Trophy, reports surfaced of “Johnny Football” giving Lamar some advice. Let’s halt it right there.
In recent years, CFB’s Bowl Season has continued to lose viewers, and the reason why is simple: there are just too many games being played.
This hasn’t been your run-of-the-mill college football season, as teams like Oregon and Texas will miss bowl season. Colorado and UCF, meanwhile, broke out.
This past Saturday, teams ranked No. 2-4 in the CFB Playoff rankings fell to lesser opposition. What does it mean going forward? And, what could it mean?
Finally, we have our first College Football Playoff rankings of the season. So, what does it tell us, and where do we go from here?
Even accounting for Ohio State’s loss yesterday to Penn State, the Big Ten is a step ahead of every other power conference when it comes to the CFB playoff.
Trevor Knight is new to the Southeastern Conference, but he knows all about Alabama. Will he put on another show when they meet Saturday?
The Huskies haven’t competed for a National Championship since 1991, when they defeated Michigan. Right now, they’re playing like champions again.