Meet Quart’e Sapp, a high schooler and outside linebacker from Alpharetta, Georgia. As a four-star recruit, a lot of top college football teams would like Sapp to join their program…like, a lot a lot.
Most people don’t pay attention to lower profile bowl games in which their team is not playing but those that tuned into the Las Vegas Bowl were treated to some early excitement.
With the College Football Playoff ready to bequeath its philanthropic beauty upon us, it is time to soak in the majestic format that is the non-BCS era.
College athletics recruiting has certainly taken an interesting turn over the last decade but it’s unclear if the latest tactic from Clemson football can really be filed under recruiting.
It appears that the situation in Lincoln was significantly more troubling than many realized.
Boogers have always held a special place in the unique world of sports.
New Youngstown State head coach Bo Pelini blasted his former boss at the University of Nebraska with a very direct shot.
Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota provided one of the better Top Ten bits in the history of The Late Show with David Letterman.
Jon Gruden’s name has been brought up for almost every NFL coaching vacancy since he departed the Buccaneers in 2008, but on Thursday we saw a particularly interesting rumor start circling.
As the dust begins to settle from the highly debated decision to include Ohio State over Baylor or TCU in the inaugural College Football Playoff, we can finally move on to actually discussing what will be the best bowl season in a long time.
The Oregon Ducks are one of four teams in the inaugural College Football Playoff and although three will ultimately fail in their quest for a national title, only one will dominate the uniform game.
Now that the entire college football world hates everyone, every team sucks and the College Football Playoff is a bigger disaster than the BCS or Nick Saban’s old eyeglasses, let’s revisit a time when the game was supposedly more simple.