NCAA College Football News
Howard brothers share sweet 3-point shots, brotherly bond
Two of the best 3-point shooters in college basketball are bonded by brotherhood
Penn State is growing into 'Hockey Valley'
After creating Division I men's and women's programs, Penn State is becoming 'Hockey Valley'
Sorry, Lane. Hello, Chip: Revisiting 2017 predictions and making new ones for 2018
The 2017 college football season is in the books, and it's time to hold myself accountable for what I got right (not much) and what I got wrong (a lot) in my preseason predictions. I predicted that Alabama?and Ohio State?would make the College Football Playoff, and the Buckeyes are still arguing
Stunner: Keenum-Diggs TD sends Vikings past Saints 29-24
Case Keenum completed a last-ditch heave near the sideline on the game's final play, as Stefon Diggs slithered away for a 61-yard touchdown to give Minnesota a 29-24 victory over New Orleans
Alabama wins CFP title and is No. 1 in Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2018
ATLANTA -- The 2017 season closes with Alabama at?No. 1 and the 2018 season begins with the Crimson Tide on top as well.? They'll probably have to beat Georgia again if they want to repeat as national champions. The Tide are No. 1 in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2018; the Bulldogs check in at No.
Keith Jackson was the sound of college football
Among Keith Jackson's many broadcasting skills lived that Sinatra-like sense of timing. If he had to leave us, which he did Friday night at age 89, four days after the end of the college football season seems about right. Few telecasters have become as identified with a single sport to a national
Legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson dies at age 89
Keith Jackson, who was widely regarded as the voice of college football by several generations, died late Friday night, his family said. He was 89. Jackson spent some 50 years calling the action in a folksy, down-to-earth manner that made him one of the most popular play-by-play personalities in
Column: What's the worst sports city in America?
Column: Atlanta gets a lot of credit for being the worst sports city in America, but Cleveland, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Phoenix and San Diego are also very much in the mix.
The case for Keenum: Vikings QB keeps on disproving doubters
The case for Keenum: Unexpected Vikings quarterback keeps on disproving doubters
ANALYSIS: Alabama's Nick Saban and 'the Process'
With his win Monday night, Alabama’s Nick Saban tied the record for the head coach with the most college football championships. The 66-year-old Saban now has six titles, the same as legendary Alabama coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. That accomplishment alone might put Saban in the pantheon of all-time