Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks still held some resentment towards Gators fans after they erupted in applause when backup Kyle Trask came into the game against Missouri last week for the redshirt sophomore. Franks made sure to let his hard feelings known to the home crowd on Saturday not just once, but twice.
It’s been 10 years since Michael Crabtree hauled in the most famous catch of his career, when he scored a 28-yard touchdown in double coverage to put Texas Tech over then-No. 1-ranked Texas in the final seconds of the game. On Saturday, Texas receiver Lil’Jordan Humphrey decided to pay tribute to that moment.
If you were watching the ABC broadcast of the Bedlam Series, you might have missed one of the top highlights of the game as it happened. After No. 6 Oklahoma scored to go up 14-7 on Oklahoma State, the Sooner Schooner made its way out onto the field to celebrate—as it does after every score. This time, however, the…
In the final minute of the third quarter, down 7-6, Michigan State intentionally took a safety on fourth down in what was likely a decision to try and give Ohio State worse field position on the ensuing punt than what one kicked from the one-yard line would yield.
The votes are counted, the headaches have dissipated, Drew’s GI tract is back in acceptable working order after a frontal assault by a smallish bite of Bolton’s hot chicken, and the verdict is in: Nashville, Tennessee is a pretty cool place to spend like 36 hours. It would probably be even more fun to spend even more…
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It’s never the wisest decision to put a quarterback who was once a Heisman favorite this season in position to beat you with his arm. But that’s exactly where the Longhorns placed Mountaineer QB Will Grier on Saturday, and they paid the price in excruciating fashion.
A combination of heavy rain and dozens of large, cleated football players stomping around on it for a couple hours meant yesterday’s Duke-Miami game, played for some reason in the Dolphins’ stadium, took place on top of a surface that looked more like a swamp than a football field. Which is bad news for the Jets and…
Louisville’s football program is in utter disarray as their scumbag head coach continues to torpedo the team into nationally-televised embarrassments like today’s 77-16 loss to Clemson. But none of that matters because CLEMSON SCORED ANOTHER FAT GUY TOUCHDOWN, BABY!
ESPN issued an on-air apology to SEC commissioner Greg Sankey for comments that political analyst James Carville made during his appearance on College Gameday about the conference being inherently biased towards No. 1 Alabama.
Nebraska got off to a surprise start against No. 8 Ohio State on Saturday, striking first off a 12-play drive of 75 yards to take an early 7-0 lead. The Cornhuskers followed this up by immediately giving all of their momentum back to the Buckeyes with this failed attempt at a kickoff.
Saturday’s visit to Penn State started a lot better than it finished for the Iowa Hawkeyes. It ended with a 30-24 defeat and a stumble back into the pack in the Big Ten West standings, but it started with a first quarter that featured a blocked punt that became a safety, a fantastic touchdown pass to D-line beefboy…
Florida State lost to Clemson, 59-10, on Saturday, and that 49-point deficit tied for the worst margin in FSU history. It goes without saying that it was an ass-kicking. But how bad was it? This bad.
The ending of Oklahoma State’s 38-35 victory over Texas on Saturday night got a little beef-y when Longhorns coach Tom Herman had to be restrained from coming at Cowboys coach Mike Gundy right there on the field. For a moment, this one had some real sizzle. But in the end, there was nothing to savor.
Already up 5-0 on Penn State because of a field goal and a safety, the Iowa Hawkeyes clearly wanted to add a new level of weirdness to this game. Coach Kirk Ferentz brought the latest trick play out of the back of his playbook for the crowd at Happy Valley. On a fourth-and-goal at the 10-yard line, Iowa punter Colton…
Wake Forest running back Matt Colburn got a chance to kick the teeth in of Louisville’s defense on Saturday in a game that was all about sweet, sweet revenge for the senior.
The 1985 Chicago Bears waited until they were up 34 points on the New England Patriots in the second half of Super Bowl XX before calling William “The Refrigerator” Perry’s number to score a one-yard touchdown. This season’s Clemson Tigers made the call a little sooner than that in a game with lower stakes.
Unless you’re a fan of either team, or are Tim Burke, you were most likely not watching Saturday night’s college football game between one-win schools Western Kentucky and Old Dominion. You missed a nutty finish!
This was near the end of the devastation, but here’s a perfect example of how Purdue kicked Ohio State’s ass Saturday night:
Even though he refused to comment after game about the non-flagged helmet-to-helmet hit on his team’s quarterback on Sept. 21, Washington State head coach Mike Leach ripped into Pac-12 officials about player safety just days after the fact through text messages, according to documents Yahoo Sports obtained via a…