The college football regular season and conference championships are now over, and the bowls and College Football Playoff are set. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year for football fans. On December 28 we will see No. 4 Oklahoma face off against No. 1 LSU and No. 3 Clemson take on No. 2 Ohio State.
The college football regular season is officially complete, and it is finally bowl season. Normally we have some controversy about who is in and who is out of the College Football Playoff, but this year that is not a problem.
Six of the 10 conference championship games are rematches, including the Mountain West duel between Boise State and Hawaii on Saturday. The Broncos beat the snot out of the Rainbow Warriors in October in a 59-37 win. Boise State led 45-14 not even halfway through the third quarter.
If it seems like it was just the other day that Cincinnati and Memphis faced off—that’s because it was. The Bearcats and Tigers squared off in Memphis on Saturday for their final conference game of the season, and Memphis blew a 17-3 halftime lead before a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns pushed the Tigers to a 34-24 win.
Can the Wisconsin Badgers flip the script against the Ohio State Buckeyes in the the Big Ten Championship Game?
They say familiarity breeds contempt. If that’s the case, these two programs are beginning to despise each other. Appalachian State and Louisiana-Lafayette will rematch in the second-ever Sun Belt championship game, and the fourth time in just over fourteen months, when they kick off Saturday at noon ET on ESPN.
Championship Week is upon us. The first conference title game on the docket is Friday night at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Oregon eliminated itself from playoff consideration with a loss to Arizona State two weeks ago, but Utah may find itself playing for more than a conference title with a win in the Pac-12 Championship Game.
The chase for the national championship in college football is winding down. Bowl matchups will be revealed Sunday, but first we have an exciting round of conference title games to entertain us this weekend.
College football history is littered with outlandish performances. Unlike its professional counterpart, the college game still sees dramatic athletic discrepancies and matchup advantages that can result in unstoppable offensive machines. Let’s look at five of the most impressive performances that occurred in the postseason since 2000. This list is based on the statistical output, magnitude of the moment and offensive dominance displayed by the player.
The penultimate College Football Playoff rankings were released Tuesday night without much commotion. The top four remained the same, but we are guaranteed to have some changes after the conference championships this weekend. Let's look at each contender's scenarios and their odds to win it all.