It’s finally here! Gameday Eve’s edition of six cold, clear and fresh college football stories from around the country.
Amari Cooper remains humble headed into his sophomore season with the Alabama football team.
If last night was the slightest of indications of what 2013 will be, hold on to your jock straps. Football is back, and there was no better way to kick it off than last night.
The NFL’s announcement on Thursday that it had reached a tentative $765-million settlement with thousands of former players in a legal dispute involving concussion-related injuries renewed speculation that the NCAA would take steps to resolve a case challenging its handling of head injuries.
Derek Carr, the Fresno State quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate, became a terrified father of an infant born with a dangerous medical condition on Aug. 6.
Junior linebacker Ronald Powell has plenty of confidence in Florida’s defensive line entering the 2013 season.
Alabama's Nov. 20 game against Western Carolina was the first non-sellout of the Nick Saban era. CW sports editor Marc Torrence used that game as an example in his quote to the Wall Street Journal.
"You get to the point where there's a game against Western Carolina at 11 in the morning that's not really worth waking up for," Torrence said. "You can do a whole lot of other things on a Saturday, like get a head start on your drinking or sleep in, that are a lot more interesting."
One day later, ESPN's Around the Horn used Torrence's quote as a vessel to explore this topic. The notion that Alabama fans had grown bored of seeing their favorite team win two SEC titles and three national championships in the past four years had officially jumped the shark.