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.
Whether everything miraculously falls the Jets’ way on Sunday or not, one thing will be clear. Mark Sanchez is not the future of this franchise.
Rarely do early-season showdowns actually live up to the hype, but there’s not a doubt in my mind that Florida State-Oklahoma will.
The college football season is back, and not a second too soon. This year’s race to the BCS title is wide open. I know that’s one of those overused clichés, but this year it rings truer than ever.
TCU becomes the first school not from an automatic-BCS-bid conference to win the Rose Bowl and UConn’s magical run comes to an end against Oklahoma at the Fiesta Bowl.
The University of Connecticut football program has made unprecedented progress this season. Standing in their way in Phoenix will be the mighty Sooners of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma is back in the Fiesta Bowl and is supposed to win big. As of Tuesday, the Sooners (11-2) were 17-point favorites against No. 25 Connecticut (8-4) in the New Year’s night matchup.
Travis Lewis had an interception in the end zone and recovered two fumbles as the Sooners rallied from a 17-point deficit to beat Nebraska 23-20 in the Big 12 championship, the Cornhuskers’ last stand in the conference before they jump to the Big Ten next season.
Ryan Tannehill threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns, Cyrus Gray added 122 yards rushing another score and Texas A&M broke a seven-game losing streak to No. 11 Oklahoma with a 33-19 win over the Sooners on Saturday night.