It’s not always end results that provide the lessons to be learned. Usually it’s the little things that aren’t in the box score that help us paint the picture of a team. Let's take a closer look at what we learned during Week 12 of the college football season.
Week 13 of the college football season is just days away and we have you covered with hard-hitting insight and analysis on some of this week's most eagerly anticipated games as well as the latest trends and storylines from across the U.S.
While there is still plenty of drama remaining in the college football season, the suspense over who will receive the Heisman Trophy is certainly over.
This week's slate of games features P.J. Fleck and Minnesota rowing their undefeated boat into Iowa, while the Penn State Nittany Lions are still licking their wounds as they look to bounce back against newly ranked Indiana.
The showdown every Big 12 fan has been waiting for, has finally arrived. This weekend sees the unbeaten Baylor Bears host the high-power Oklahoma Sooners, in a very likely preview of the Big 12 title game in less than a month’s time. An Oklahoma win would almost certainly set up this scenario, while a Baylor win leaves the door open slightly for Texas to walk through and stake their claim to a spot in the final game.
The game of the year in the ACC takes place Saturday afternoon. Overall it’s a sad state of affairs for the ACC in 2019. The conference has so little respect nationally that some pundits are foolishly theorizing that an undefeated Clemson team could be left out of the College Football Playoff.
Friday night offers us a great glimpse into Conference USA, as perhaps the conference’s best two teams face off in Huntington, West Virginia. The last time Louisiana Tech played Marshall it was in the 2014 C-USA title game.
Ranked fifth in the most recent edition of the College Football Rankings, even with an awful loss to South Carolina, Georgia still has a shot to return to the final four if they can win at Auburn. That’s easier said than done.
Week 12 of the college footballs season is brimming with potential upsets, including an especially juicy game between Oklahoma and Baylor.
A pair of Big 12 teams with playoff aspirations, Baylor and Oklahoma, will square off in Waco, while Minnesota will hope to keep its perfect season alive in Week 12.