This weekend marked the first taste of football for fans across America. It was loaded with big-time plays and heart-breaking losses.
Nick Saban infamously left his job as head coach of the Miami Dolphins for the University of Alabama after the 2006 NFL season.
To say Texas’ offense struggled during the first half of its game against Notre Dame would be quite the understatement.
College football has returned to us in all of its glory. But somehow the whole spectacle just wouldn’t be quite as glorious without the resplendent last-second Hail Mary to win the game.
Northwestern was in a celebratory mood after upsetting Stanford on Saturday, and nobody celebrated in a better way than defensive backs coach Jerry Brown.
The Minnesota Gophers have come up with a unique way of distracting opposing kickers this season, and it involves a squirrel. But not just any squirrel. This one is internet famous.
The first round of meaningful football games took place Thursday night, and we can already stop our search for hit of the year. Montana State linebacker Mac Bignell delivered it.
Hawaii had an entire offseason to prepare for its season opener at home against Colorado on Thursday, but they looked more like a team that was cobbled together for a pickup game at the last minute.