By: Kyle Ayers It’s (finally) over. The college football season came to a boring, albeit important conclusion Monday night, with Alabama beating LSU 21-0 in a game where the most exciting play was a replay […]
In a bowl season that saw several out-of-this-world offensive performances, we were all reminded last night of the oldest and truest cliché in sports.
The way things shook out, we knew one of these two teams would get the nod for a BCS bowl—but it raised a few eyebrows when both were selected.
Alabama and Oklahoma State are awaiting word on which team will play LSU in the BCS national championship game on Jan. 9 in New Orleans.
The SEC Championship game is the granddaddy of all conference title games. LSU-Georgia sounds great on paper and I’m sure it’ll be competitive (for at least the first half). But there’s no denying a layer of drama has been taken off this matchup.
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.
If Rutgers hopes to once again live up to being a part of the national conversation, a win over the Mountaineers is imperative.
TCU, we hardly knew ye. So what’s next for the struggling Big East?
The Fiesta Bowl’s future as a part of the Bowl Championship Series could be decided before the end of May. Officials for the troubled game and the BCS met Saturday at the Big Ten offices.
Both the Ducks and Tigers come in to this game undefeated, having played brutal schedules and passing every test they faced. There’s no question that these are the two best teams in the country.
Wes Byrum gets the question all the time: What would it be like to give Auburn a BCS title with one kick? Luckily, he already knows what it’s like to be the hero — at least on a smaller stage.
And if those bowl-season stats seem bloated, try this: Ohio State and Alabama each spend more than $31 million a year to run their football programs, while nine other teams closing out the season at one of those 35 bowl games spend $20 million plus.
Now that the New Mexico, Humanitarian and New Orleans bowls are over with, the real bowl season begins. I don’t mean to hype the upcoming slate of games up too much, but they will provide a nice taste of what’s to come.
The Fiesta Bowl missed its marquee matchup. Left with little choice after the Orange Bowl took No. 5 Stanford, the Fiesta Bowl ended up selecting four-loss Connecticut to face Big 12 champion Oklahoma.
The Virginia Tech Hokies turned their season around with 11 straight victories, culminating in Tyrod Taylor’s four-touchdown performance Saturday night as No. 12 Virginia Tech beat No. 20 Florida State 44-33 for its third Atlantic Coast Conference title in four years.
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