On Monday’s I’ll try to round up college football news from around the nation. This is an odd Monday in which we’ve still got a game going on tonight, but there’s still plenty happening.
There might be too many links here, but I wanted to make sure you were covered. Let me know if it’s just too much.
Happy Labor Day!!!
The Greeley County Sheriff confirmed someone broke into the home of Jordan Foltz, punter Sam Foltz' brother, while Jordan and his family were at the Husker game Saturday.
If you’re a Husker fan you’ve no doubt heard about this. Pretty shitty stuff.
Can you imagine how stoked the “Fire Les Miles” crowd is after that loss?
I thought about finding an article filled with twitter outrage and linking to that, but twitter and outrage are redundant.
Our latest roundtable tackles the magnitude of Saturday's win and tries to look forward on what's now a very different outlook for 2016.
An exhalation of the national media coverage following an impressive upset.
It was ironic—or, perhaps, fitting—that Wisconsin’s defense shone in its highly anticipated matchup against LSU, the team that hired away the Badgers’ prized defensive coordinator.
Police at the game had to deal with a handful of skirmishes in the stand, as well as high levels of drunkenness among some fans, as Lambeau hosted the season opener for the Wisconsin Badgers and the visiting Louisiana State University Tigers.
More than your average Packers game!
Can you imagine going to Lambeau for a historic game like this and not being able to remember any of it? What’s the point?
The former Penn State basketball star is now an NFL tight end
I put this in here because Ross Travis is from Chaska, grew up and graduated with my oldest son. I am amazed that he made the 53-man roster. Congrats, Ross!
Kent State was what we thought they were.
We have avoided 0-12. Now what?
Good job Purdue!
We take a look at each position's performance against the Murray State Racers
Indiana might actually have a defense, Richard Lagow was serviceable, and well -- it was FIU. So who really knows.
Not one a lot of players will be proud of.
Northwestern was driving late to take the lead on Western Michigan, needing only a field goal to gain the advantage on the scoreboard and having first-and-goal to do it. Then, disaster: Clayton Thorson fumbled just as he reached the end zone and WMU’s Davontae Ginwright recovered. Then things got weird.
A win is a win, but the Gophers have work to do moving forward
The Buckeyes seemingly stole Bowling Green's explosive passing game, creating seven explosive passes, but holding BGSU without.
Once again Michigan State wins in an unconvincing fashion.
This one was easy, but it still counts.
Notre Dame made a huge comeback against Texas only to lose in the second overtime.
This is what good football feels right. And damn it feels good.
This is as bad as it gets.
This offseason, the NCAA approved a new rule that empowers replay officials to call targeting penalties, in the event of officials on the field missing them.
USC’s defense is fighting hard, but the offense has struggled in the first half.
More than most weeks, yesterday’s loss to Houston had several clear turning points. Here are five moments that swung the game.
Profound takeaways from a splendid afternoon of college football
This isn't what the Bulldogs had in mind.
Wyoming coach Craig Bohl had reiterated it enough to make a young man go deaf. This year’s team was different. It was faster, stronger, deeper and a perhaps most importantly, a year older.