There is an abundance of great college football action Saturday, and we will be one step closer to figuring out who will play in this season’s big bowl games.
Mark Sanchez can still win in the NFL. He just can’t win in New York. Sanchez has been set up to go down for two years.
You have Rex Ryan, who curses like a liquored up ensign, next to the quintessential choirboy. These are the contradictions that make Tebow and the Jets so flawed and so fascinating.
Tim Tebow’s role with the Jets is unclear, but he’s prepared for anything.
Ten glue guys to watch next season in college basketball in no particular order.
It’s no secret many Jets fans also pull for the baseball team in Queens. So you’d have to wonder how they feel about Tebow teaming up with Mets nemesis Chipper “Lar-ry!” Jones.
Cardinals finished the game on a 23-8 run for a 72-68 victory over Donovan’s stunned Florida team.
The Buckeyes have gotten tremendous play in the NCAA Tournament from lefty forward Deshaun Thomas and they’ll need him to be at his apex on Saturday against the Orange’s 2-3 zone.
Florida’s special teams came up big in the Gator Bowl, scoring twice as the Gators beat Ohio State 24-17 on Monday in a game between Urban Meyer’s old team and his future one.
When the bowl schedule came out I immediately marked January 2nd on my calendar. Does that make me a loser? Probably. But the fact remains that this is by far the single best day of the bowl season.
Jim Valvano used to say all that matters in college basketball is surviving and advancing and that’s exactly what happened for Kevin Willard’s Seton Hall team against St. Francis on Saturday night.
Possible replacements for Joe Paterno on Penn State’s shortlist could include Urban Meyer and Rutgers’ head coach Greg Schiano.
You’ve done the impossible. You’ve converted me from a Tim Tebow hater to a crusader, a full-throated devotee of the divinely coined quarterback.
Former McDonald’s All-American Mike Rosario needed a change after two seasons at Rutgers, and Billy Donovan and Florida welcomed him.
The game of the week features two undefeated teams with national championship aspirations. The Nebraska Cornhuskers (4-0) travel to Madison to take on the Wisconsin Badgers (4-0) in what will be Big Red’s first ever Big 10 game.