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.
Although most prep recruiting rankings are a satisfactory indicator of future success, as a higher percentage of 5-star players go big-time than 2-star players, the NFL is littered with guys that received very little attention from college coaches and recruiting services out of high school.
All four billion college football bowl slots have been filled and there are certainly plenty of surprises, including the highly debated national semifinal matchups.
Although we had plenty of drama for the No. 4 spot in the College Football Playoff, there was no question as to who would be sitting in the top seed.
The Oregon Ducks crushed the Arizona Wildcats in the Pac-12 Championship Game on Friday night, 51-13. We could give you some analysis of the beat down, but the video above does a pretty good job summing up our thoughts.
The Oregon Ducks just need one more win to secure a berth in the inaugural College Football Playoff top four. Mark Helfrich’s squad meets Arizona at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on Friday night and they will be donning these scintillating uniforms for the occasion: [Twitter: @QuackZone]
The most exciting weekend of college football season is quickly approaching and Next Impulse Sports is bringing you everything you need to know about this year’s slate of conference championship games.
We see unfortunate examples of automated technology rearing its ugly head quite often but it appears that things have gone overboard.
Following a few days of uncomfortable rumblings around the college football world, UAB officially announced that it would be shutting down their football program this week.
Some names are simply cooler than others. Some possess more diversity, creativity and responsible pizzazz than others. And some names impact how an individual is treated, recognized or potentially chastised.
Nebraska fired head coach Bo Pelini over the weekend in a move that was far from surprising considering the growing unrest amongst Huskers fans that expect to compete for a national title every handful of years.
It’s been quite a day for 2-point conversions in college football. First, Western Kentucky spoiled Marshall’s undefeated season by converting in overtime. While that may have been the more significant conversion, it wasn’t nearly as cool as what Missouri pulled off against Arkansas. That’s just brilliant. [cjzero]