Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: September 28th-October 2ndThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
Upon Further Review: Close Isn’t Enough
Upon Further Review
This Week In College Football: Opening Weekend Viewing GuideThere's plenty of games to choose from, here's the best to watch in each time slot.
Bad Weekend For Big-12If the playoff committee chooses finding the best four teams over politics - which I think is HIGHLY unlikely - two teams will come from the SEC and at least one from the Big-12.
Clarity As College Football Hits Half-Way MarkThat Jimbo Fisher is punching his ticket to hell by defending the indefensible Jameis Winston is all the reason you need to pray for the “Luck of the Irish” this week.
Magnolia Magic And Major Shifts In College FootballFor the first time in college football history, two Mississippi schools are ranked in the Top Five.
The Weekend Of Playoff Unworthy PerformancesThe 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.
'College Football Today' features the Baylor BearsIs Baylor ready to take that step to a possible final four and what about the season that was in 2013. Aggie's Head Coach Kevin Sumlin is annoyed with questions about Johnny 'Football'.
Savage on next Alabama QB and Manziel start datePhil Savage knows the business of college football inside and out. He also knows the NFL and makes a bold prediction of the date and opponent Johnny Football will face in his starting debut.
Inside College Football: Saban To TexasCBS Sports' college football expert Spencer Tillman discusses the likelihood that Nick Saban leaves Alabama for Texas with Brien Straw & Nate Griffin.
College Football Spotlight: Will Alabama, Florida State Reach The BCS Finish Line?Will Alabama be the next and most significant victim of the SEC’s internal battle royal? Can Florida State avoid a letdown and represent the ACC in the biggest game of the year? This is what makes college football so interesting.