When it’s this hot, a cold six pack of college football stories from around the country sure makes cutting grass and pulling weeds a lot easier.
Following a decent, yet oft-injured career at Oregon State, wide receiver Jordan Bishop has decided to hang up the cleats for good, the school announced in a press release.
Who said there wouldn't be a natural rivalry between Texas A&M and South Carolina?
Boise State says the NCAA will reconsider scholarship sanctions imposed on the football program.
Three of the highest-rated players in the 2012 Florida recruiting class, all defensive linemen, have yet to arrive in Gainesville due to academic issues.
Get ready for weekly chaos and controversies likely starting at about the time the leaves begin to fall. This will be a similar situation to what we'll endure for two more years, only now there will be faces to blame and not just a formula. Continued controversy was inevitable, but now it will be a anticipated weekly.
Saying these teams could possibly “come out of the blue” is miscalculated, obviously, given the various polls, rankings and dedicated fans who are willing to put their own eyeball test up against everyone else’s. It's a comfort zone. Bigger yet, it gets us back to the week-to-week percentage grind that was one of my great frustrations with the BCS. I’m sure this Sunday televised release could pull in a nice buck from a certain network, though. Sound familiar with something you’ll see every Sunday night starting around the same time for the next two years, thankfully without the presence of Craig James?