West Virginia AD Oliver Luck and the new College Football Playoff Committee come together in Dallas to formulate their Top 25 while CBS Analyst Kevin O’Connell talks best college QB’s in the land.
The College Football world focuses on Tallahassee, Florida as the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame prepare to face Jameis Winston and the No.2 team in the land, a frustrated Florida State Seminole team.
Ole Miss and Mississippi State are the powers in College Football, at minimum, in the SEC. However, KU Offensive Coordinator, John Reagan joins CFT and feels the Big 12 is also in the mix.
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.
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.
HOUSTON (CBS-Houston) – There are several reasons why folks in College Station are extremely excited following Texas A&M’s decisive 52-28 opening win at South Carolina. Robert Cessna, longtime columnist of the Bryan College Station Eagle, […]
The College Football topography changes forever with the inaugural of the College Football Playoff. Locally, the landscape changes on South Main as Rice opens at Notre Dame. But, that’s not the only change coming soon to South Main.
Brien and Paul head up to College Station to talk the upcoming Texas A&M football season with Courtney Roland from Rivals.com. They get into the expectations for the team, and how the Aggies are adjusting to life after Johnny Football.
Brien and Paul head to Waco, and are joined by David Smoak of ESPN-Central Texas. They get into the expectations for Baylor’s football team heading into the college football season, and how the team handled their bowl loss to UCF. They also discuss the next potential big star to be drafted out of Baylor.
College football is filled with exciting games throughout the season especially with the beginning of the four-team playoff system. But, the real question is which conference will dominate?