Northern Illinois looks to become the second back-to-back BCS Buster in the history of the BCS, joining TCU. Fresno State, currently the top team in the BCS-busting Mountain West Conference, is looking to reach their first BCS bowl game. So, who has the best shot?
This weekend the road to the BCS continues, and the top teams cannot let off the throttle.
When Jets head coach Rex Ryan told Jeremy Kerley to step it up, the wide receiver heard the message loud and clear.
TCU and Louisiana Tech enter Wednesday night riding seven game win streaks—however, that is where the comparisons end.
TCU, we hardly knew ye. So what’s next for the struggling Big East?
The Big East is still regrouping after Syracuse and Pittsburgh bolted for the Atlantic Coast Conference. Are service academies the answer?
It appears the Big East stands a good chance to survive — for now.
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.
Andy Dalton threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score, linebacker Tank Carder swatted down a 2-point conversion pass attempt with 2 minutes to play, and No. 3 TCU completed a perfect season with its first Rose Bowl victory.
NEW YORK (AP) Boise State said goodbye to its top-five ranking for the first time this season. The Broncos dropped six spots to No. 9 in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday after having […]
10. Alabama (9-2): For some insane reason the Tide played Georgia State – I repeat Georgia State – this late in the season.
Boise State has pushed closer to TCU in the latest BCS standings and seems primed to pass the Horned Frogs with one more big victory.
Boise State jumped back ahead of TCU in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday after the Horned Frogs played their closest game of the season.
10. Nebraska (8-1): The Cornhuskers played Iowa State without quarterback Taylor Martinez and were lucky to come out alive in their 31-30 overtime win.
I knew LSU’s defense would keep the Tigers in the game, but never did I think I’d see Alabama allow 433 yards (225 rushing) to LSU’s mediocre and dysfunctional offense.