The 3-5 Houston Texans are still in the playoff hunt thanks to some horrible play in the AFC South this season, but their head coach is reportedly considering moving on after the season.
Bo Pelini may have moved from Nebraska to Youngstown State, but he hasn’t changed a bit.
Houston somehow pulled out a win over Memphis on Saturday to remain undefeated in Luke Fickel’s inaugural campaign, and the school decided to take advantage of a perfect promotional opportunity.
The turf at Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium is not in good shape, and their opponent on Saturday wasn’t afraid to air their grievances.
The Vols hosted North Texas on Saturday.
A member of Georgia’s coaching staff got a little too excited on the sideline Saturday, and one of the players paid the price.
TCU quarterback and Heisman hopeful Trevone Boykin left Saturday’s game against Kansas with an ankle injury and did not return.
Boykin suffered the right ankle injury in the first quarter.
Gary Pinkel will step down as Missouri football coach at the end of the year due to health reasons.
Pinkel was diagnosed with lymphoma in May and has coached the entire season with the diagnosis.
With Andrew Luck expected to miss at least a month due to abdominal injuries, it seems more certain than ever that Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano will be fired before the 2016 season.