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article November 28, 2015

Huskies Trounce Wazzu in Applie Cup

Washington beat No. 20 Washington State 45-10 in the Apple Cup on Friday, getting to six wins and bowl eligibility. With star Wazzu quarterback Luke Falk out, the Huskies forced seven Cougars turnovers to lead the blowout win. More»
iowa-nebraska article November 27, 2015

Iowa Remains Perfect At Nebraska

The Iowa Hawkeyes will take the field in next week's Big Ten Championship Game in Indianapolis with a perfect 12-0 record and a playoff bid on the line after finishing their regular season with a 28-20 win at Nebraska on Friday. More»
houston_navy article November 27, 2015

Houston Beats Navy, Wins Division

Six days after losing its undefeated season at UConn, Houston could not have responded better. Quarterback Greg Ward Jr. returned to the starting lineup from an ankle injury to lead the Cougars to a 52-31 win over No. 15 Navy on Friday afternoon. More»
week13pickem_Friday article November 27, 2015

College Football Pick 'Em: Week 13

College football's Rivalry Week is one of the best sports weekends of the year, with two full days of games that have bragging rights and championship dreams on the line. We preview and predict all of the key games on Friday and Saturday. More»
texastech_texas article November 27, 2015

Texas Tech Wins With Help of Wild TDs

Texas Tech won a Thanksgiving night shootout at Texas 48-45, thanks in part to two long, improbable touchdowns scored by receiver Jakeem Grant in a game in which both defenses gave up plenty of big plays. More»
bigteneast article November 25, 2015

Spartans Steal The Show Again

Saturday will be a monumental day in Ann Arbor. Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer meet for the first time as head coaches, and Michigan and Ohio State are both in the top 10. Their ultimate fate, however, rests in the hands of Michigan State. More»
oklahoma_iowa article November 25, 2015

Oklahoma, Iowa In New Top Four

There was significant movement in the College Football Playoff top 25 this week, as Ohio State and Notre Dame fell out of the top four, while Oklahoma and Iowa moved in, joining No. 1 Clemson and No. 2 Alabama in the current playoff field. More»
kizer_notredame article November 24, 2015

Notre Dame Fights Off Bad Luck

Notre Dame's playoff hopes are on the line at Stanford, in a do-or-die game that will determine whether the Irish are even in the debate. Win or lose, though, this has been a highly impressive run to 10 wins that is one of Brian Kelly's finest coaching jobs. More»
ezekiel_elliott article November 23, 2015

Elliott Apologizes, Won't Be Punished

On Saturday, Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott harshly criticized the team's play-calling following its loss to Michigan State. On Monday, Elliott apologized, while coach Urban Meyer said all involved are moving on and Elliott won't be punished. More»
shafer article November 23, 2015

Scott Shafer Out At Syracuse

A busy coaching carousel continues to get busier, as Syracuse fired Scott Shafer on Monday. Shafer, who will coach the team's final game on Saturday, is 13-23 overall and has only two ACC wins in the last two seasons. More»
ohiostate_professor12 article November 23, 2015

Buckeyes Fall Back To Earth

All season long, we've waited for Ohio State to start playing like the undefeated defending national champion that it was. Instead, the Buckeyes melted down in their biggest moment vs. Michigan State, leaving us to wonder what comes next. More»
week12takeaways article November 22, 2015

The Last of the Unbeatens

When the first College Football Playoff top 25 was released on Nov. 3, 11 undefeated teams dominated the rankings. Just a few weeks later, only two undefeated teams remain -- Iowa and Clemson -- after three more fell on Saturday. More»
oklahoma-tcu article November 22, 2015

Oklahoma Stops TCU Rally

Oklahoma survived the second-half absence of star quarterback Baker Mayfield to beat TCU 30-29 on Saturday night, holding off a comeback after the Horned Frogs were denied on a two-point conversion attempt with 51 seconds left More»
prescott article November 22, 2015

MSU Outlasts Arkansas in Shootout

Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen threw for 406 yards and seven touchdowns with no interceptions on Saturday night, and yet somehow that was not enough: Arkansas lost 51-50 to Mississippi State on a blocked field goal. More»
elliott article November 22, 2015

Ezekiel Elliott Lashes Out After Loss

Ohio State fans weren't the only ones frustrated with play calling during the No. 3 Buckeyes' 17-14 loss to No. 9 Michigan State on Saturday night, as tailback Ezekiel Elliott went on a postgame rant criticizing his coaches. More»
uconn-houston article November 22, 2015

UConn Hands Houston First Loss

College football's list of undefeated teams continues to shrink, as No. 19 Houston lost 20-17 at Connecticut on Saturday. A week after a big comeback win over Memphis, the Cougars fell into a trap and lost to the Huskies, who became bowl eligible. More»
msu-osu article November 21, 2015

Spartans' FG Takes Down Buckeyes

For the second time in three seasons, Michigan State ended Ohio State's undefeated run, as Spartans kicker Michael Geiger made a 41-yard field goal as time expired to beat the No. 3 Buckeyes 17-14 on Saturday afternoon in Columbus. More»
unc-vt article November 21, 2015

UNC Clinches ACC Coastal In OT

North Carolina spoiled Frank Beamer's final game at Lane Stadium, as the No. 17 Tar Heels recovered from a fourth-quarter comeback by the Hokies to win 30-27 in overtime on Saturday, clinching the ACC Coastal Division title. More»
florida-fau article November 21, 2015

Florida Survives Owls' Upset Bid

With the SEC East title already wrapped up, Florida barely avoided disaster in a nonconference game on Saturday, surviving to beat Florida Atlantic 20-14 in overtime, with another ugly performance from the Gators offense. More»
yankeestadium_football article November 20, 2015

History of CFB in Baseball Stadiums

College football returns to Fenway Park on Saturday night, as the famous baseball diamond will become a football field for Notre Dame vs. Boston College. While it's rare now, there is a long history of college football in baseball ballparks. More»

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