Texas A&M Thomas Johnson Found Safe

Spruce Derden-US PRESSWIRE

After causing much concern around the college football world Texas A&M freshman wide receiver Thomas Johnson, who had been missing since Monday, was said to been found safe in Dallas on Thursday. Further information is forthcoming after Johnson’s mother confirmed […]

Northwestern’s Pat Fitzgerald Can’t Hide Emotions

Jerry Lal-US PRESSWIRE

Head coach Pat Fitzgerald of Northwestern more often than not can be seen jumping around on the Wildcat sidelines during Saturdays. His high-energy coaching style ignites his team to respond on the field and is one of many reasons players […]

Second Chance For Bobby Petrino May Be Illinois

Beth Hall-US PRESSWIRE

Tim Beckman’s first season at Illinois reminds me of a Seinfeld scene where George storms in his boss’s office and quits while insulting him. Couldn’t you see the Illini players (if they had the guts) marching in to Beckman’s office […]

Texas A&M Aggies: BCS At-Large In Sight

John David Mercer-US PRESSWIRE

By now, everyone knows what Texas A&M and Johnny Manziel did to No. 1 Alabama on Saturday. If you don’t, shame on you. One of the most exciting players in college football may have ended the SEC’s streak of six […]

Wisconsin Badgers Rush Into Record Books

Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

The Wisconsin Badgers have stamped their ticket back to Indianapolis for the Big Ten title game and did so in a huge way winning 62-14 over Indiana while only completing four passes all day. Montee Ball and James White rushed […]

Three B1G Running Backs Named Doak Walker Semifinalists

Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

The Big Ten may be one of the most disappointing conferences in all of college football, but there’s no question it has some of the top workhorses in the country running the football. The Doak Walker Award released its 10 […]

Danny Hope on the Hot Seat At Purdue

Sandra Dukes-US PRESSWIRE

Hold on. Wasn’t this suppose to be Danny Hope’s best team in West Lafayette he’s ever had? That’s what everyone thought. Way to get Boiler fans hopes up, Danny. With his team sitting at 3-6 overall and a miserable 0-5 […]

The Oregon-Alabama Offense-Defense Debate

Kirby Lee-US PRESSWIRE

The question that is taking the college football land by storm. Can Oregon’s offense put up the same numbers on Alabama’s defense? The question is..YES. Oregon’s offense is the best in college football this season, averaging 54.3 points per game. […]

Nick Saban, The Best Coach In Any Sport

Kelly Lambert-US PRESSWIRE

He’s the undisputed top coach in all of the land in college football. He make’s other SEC coaches look foolish on Saturday’s and is the king of adjustments during the course of a game. He is, Nick Saban, the greatest […]

Michigan’s Offense Thrives Without Denard Robinson

Rich Osentowski-US PRESSWIRE

There is going to be some fans in Ann Arbor who want a change at quarterback this week. With Denard Robinson on the bench nursing a sore elbow, quarterback-turned receiver-turned quarterback Devin Gardner rejuvenated a struggling Michigan offense against Minnesota. […]

Washington State WR Marquess Wilson Walks Out Of Practice

Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE

Mike Leach may have lost his best player Sunday night during Washington State’s conditioning workout. According to the Moscow-Pullman Daily News, many players were participating in conditioning drills on Sunday after the Cougars 46-6 loss to Pac-12 foe Utah. Among […]

Lane Kiffin: Blame Me For Two Losses

Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE

USC jumped out of the gate rated No.1 in the country, now they lead the FBS in penalties with more than 10 per game and sit at No.17 in the most recent BCS standings. Who is to blame for their […]