Brooklyn resident Mallory Hagan was crowned Miss America this past Saturday. But she is actually a native of Alabama.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, it’s hard to turn away from Notre Dame and Alabama.
This weekend the road to the BCS continues, and the top teams cannot let off the throttle.
Well folks, it doesn’t get much better than this. You’ve got undefeated Florida hosting a team led by former head coach Steve Spurrier in an SEC battle.
It will be quite the scene in East Lansing on Saturday night as the Spartans take on the Irish in what is an enormous test for both teams.
The Tide are coming off one of the most impressive performances in college football history. They were the best team last year, and they’re the best team this year.
Will a lack of experience affect Kentucky? Maybe in the first month of the season, but it shouldn’t be a real factor in February and March.
USC earned the top spot in The Associated Press’ preseason college football poll for the seventh time in school history and the first time in five seasons, edging out No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 LSU.
Temple is now in prime position to challenge for yet another Atlantic 10 title after the Owls officially added Boston University big man Jake O’Brien as a transfer this past week.
The ‘Brothers of the Sun’ Tour with Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw continued this past Saturday, playing to a packed stadium with 40,000 high energy fans, but the evening was not without incident, thanks to one high profile country music fan, Ashton Kutcher.
All of a sudden, the Orange have a completely different look heading into the NCAA Tournament.
While the BCS system is flawed, the title game features, without a doubt, the correct matchup.
It will be interesting the see how the Red Storm respond against Kentucky without Steve Lavin on the bench.
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hose who try to pass off the BCS as the best thing for college football will use the latest wild and riveting weekend of upsets and dramatic finishes as an example of why a playoff is a bad thing.