Nick Saban blew up on the media during his press conference on Wednesday in what appeared to be an attempt to control the media’s coverage of his team.
The opening week of college football is typically filled with upsets, mainly because not even bookmakers know what to expect from certain teams who have lost players and are bringing in new recruits.
As those of us who watch college athletics know all too well, coaching at a high-profile Division-I program is typically more about winning than anything else.
Seeing players in a tub after football practice is not an uncommon occurrence.
A billboard supporting Texas A&M football went up in Gainesville on Tuesday as some sort of smack talk before the Aggies play their first SEC game on Saturday.
Washington has a big game coming up on Saturday at LSU, so coach Steve Sarkisian is going to great lengths to get his team prepared for the contest.
When Arkansas announced that John L.
Michigan State kicked off its season on a positive note Friday night with a victory over No. 24 Boise State.