Here's an extended clip from the upcoming BTN documentary on Brook Berringer:
Members of the College Football Playoff committee will not be allowed to take margin of victory into account when considering teams. CBS adds more on the lack of quality numbers in the room.
Honestly, what did we expect? We asked for a playoff, we got it.
The agents seized the drugs and the money, but if Freitag was charged with any crime, it is not reflected in court records.
Apparently they got what they were looking for.
The Upside Downside: Ole Miss - Good Bull Hunting
This week's Upside Downside asks if football even really matters in the long run. You know, if you think about it.
Robert Nkemdiche was Photographed Smoking What We Presume is Marijuana, and we don't Care - Red Cup Rebellion
The star defensive tackle of the No. 3 Ole Miss Rebels was photographed smoking out of a bong a while ago. Someone released that photo today. It was a pretty lame attempt to stir up some controversy, and nothing more. #HOTTAKES
Jimbo Fisher not concerned over Jameis Winston disciplinary hearing - Tomahawk Nation
Jimbo Fisher isn't worried about Jameis Winston's disciplinary hearing, and backs his quarterback "100%."
What the Jameis Winston autograph investigation means - SBNation.com
Florida State is being precautionary in its investigation into whether Winston was paid for the autographs he signed.
MEET MISSISSIPPI - Every Day Should Be Saturday
A SERIES OF FACTUALLY TRUE FACTS
Following a recommendation by the NCAA Committee on Women's Athletics to drop equestrian as a Division I sport, K-State will drop its equestrian program. Starting next year, K-State will add women's soccer to meet the minimum Division I requirements.
I didn't know....
North Carolina Review: Irish Survive Hellish Pace of the Heels - One Foot Down
In the highest scoring game in Notre Dame Stadium history, the Fighting Irish held off the Tar Heels to move to 6-0.
Coaches Association sends Ka'Deem Carey's All-American award to ASU - Arizona Desert Swarm
Ka'Deem Carey won many All-American honors, so we suppose it's inevitable one was sent to Arizona State.
The Monday Morning Free Press: Injuries, injuries, injuries - Maize n Brew
Each Monday Maize n Brew is given the opportunity to share its thoughts on the Detroit Free Press. Here is this week's edition.
Football Five Factors: Purspective - The Only Colors
Diving into the win at Purdue
FOUR FACTORS IN REVIEW: IOWA VS INDIANA - Black Heart Gold Pants
If Iowa Kirk Ferentzed its way two a few victories early, then this was the opposite of that.
THE TAKEAWAY: INDIANA - Black Heart Gold Pants
Sure, Iowa just knocked off Indiana for its third straight win, 45-29. But how much do we really know? What was really important about beating the Hoosiers? What does it all mean, Basil? The Takeaway has the answer.
The Traditions of Indiana have Left an Indelible Mark - BT Powerhouse
Indiana is one of the most iconic college basketball programs in the country, and much of that has been driven by the many traditions that make this program what it is today.
Kevin Wilson confirms the darkest timeline in Monday's press conference. Nate Sudfeld's injury will require surgery and he will miss the rest of the season.
Ouch. Losing your starting quarterback will hurt that rebuilding process.
Northwestern depth chart vs. Nebraska - Inside NU
No Collin Ellis.
Northwestern's struggles defending the wheel route - Inside NU
Northwestern gives up a big play on a simple route.
Jarecke joins Hail Varsity staff | Hail Varsity
Noted photojournalist steps into role as creative director Lincoln, Neb. – Hail Varsity owner/publisher Aaron Babcock announced Monday that noted photojournalist Kenneth Jarecke has joined the Hail Varsity magazine staff and will serve as creative director ...
Huskers Get Healthy During Bye Week | Hail Varsity
The Huskers used their bye week to recover from injuries, get back to basics and also rise two spots in the AP and Coaches polls.
Huskers Follow Bye Week with Trip to Evanston - Huskers.com - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
After a week off, Nebraska returns to the road this Saturday when it travels to Evanston, Ill., to take on the Northwestern Wildcats in a key Big Ten West Division matchup. Kickoff from Northwestern's Ryan Field is set for 6:30 p.m., with the game televised to a national audience on BTN.
Last But Not Least:
This is an experiment. We have been toying around with the idea of a Cobby cartoon depicting current events. Obviously, clapgate is a little old and overblown. However, below is an idea of what we're talking about. I would appreciate feedback on it.
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