For the first time in college football history, two Mississippi schools are ranked in the Top Five.
CFT- Phil Savage on Alabama, Ohio State OC Tom Herman visits, and Brandon Walker on Mississippi State
Exciting weekend of college football on College Football Today chats with some of the top names in College Football.
Mike Meltser gives his pick for week 6 in college football
The 2014 college football season is taking the nation by storm with the advent of the 4-team playoff. One of those teams looking to crack the top 4 is Baylor. John Morris says they have a shot with good reason.
By John P. Lopez My son chugged a pitcher of beer in about 40-seconds. My daughter did it in a bit over a minute-and-a-half. Neither hurled. Neither looked unaccustomed or afraid of the daunting task. […]
Why did Seminole coach Jimbo Fisher upgrade the penalty from a half to a full game anyway? If you felt a half-game suspension was sufficient, stick to your low moral guns, don’t bow to public pressure and expose your fraudulent, biased, discipline any more than you already have.
The SEC and Big 12 have big interests in Houston and Texas; that’s not really a secret. However, other than talent and current footprint, what lies ahead for those conferences in Houston? We explore.
The Sooners look to have everything a team needs to earn one of the four Playoff slots, all they’ve got to do is avoid “Big Game Bob” earning what started as a legitimate crown but has evolved into a more sarcastic nickname.
Right now, the three players kicked off the team before the BYU game made for better headlines than the completely embarrassing 41-7 loss in Austin Saturday night.
Color analyst Spencer Tillman joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss a wide range of football topics. They started out talking about Kenny Hill and A&M’s performance last Thursday. Tillman discussed which teams with a poor week one performance have the most to be worried about this season. He talked about the importance of having a good quarterback for any college football team. Tillman also spoke about the different way he has seen O’Brien approaching his head coaching position so far. He says that the Texans offense just may take a while to get things together but he doesn’t foresee any problem for the defense. Tillman believes Texans will win this first game and will be a force to be reckoned with this season.