Cincinnati may have more problems than upcoming game against Ohio State

The Cincinnati Bearcats may have more problems on the horizon than trying to figure out how to beat intrastate foe Ohio State. According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Bearcats have several players who are facing disciplinary actions with another one suspended after an incident over the past weekend. Cincinnati police responded to a report of […]

Auburn beat mistake prone Kansas State in Manhattan

Auburn traveled to Manhattan, Kansas and beat a mistake prone Wildcats team 20-14. Auburn QB Nick Marshall threw for 231 yards and two touchdowns and 1 Int. The Tigers forced three turnovers, including an interception in the end zone. What did not not help the Wildcats was that their kicker Jack Cantele missed three field […]

Texas QB David Ash to retire from football

Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong announced Wednesday that former starting QB David Ash would be giving up football. Strong said Ash approached him to let him know and that “we kind of saw this” coming. Ash missed 10 games last season due to concussions and even though he was medically cleared to play, he […]

Missouri and Connecticut to play home-and-home series

Missouri and Connecticut announced a home-and-home series Thursday.  UConn will travel to Columbia to take on September 19th, 2015 and then two years later on September 19th, 2015 the Tigers will travel to East hartford for a showdown against the Huskies. Missouri Associate Athletic Director Bryan Maggard shared in a released statement, “We’re really pleased […]

BYU to retire Jim McMahon’s number 9 Jersey

Brigham Young University will honor former QB Jim McMahon by retiring his number 9 Jersey during the halftime game against Utah State on October 3rd. McMahon will also be be inducted into the Cougar’s Hall of Fame the night before. Five other players in BYU history have had their number jersey retired: Eldon “The Phantom” […]

SMU to wear red chrome helmets against TCU

SMU may have lost its head coach and started the season  at 0-2, but that doesn’t stop them from unveiling a special red chrome helmet.  The Mustangs will wear them for their upcoming game against TCU on September 27th. Think @SMU_Football will look sharp in these vs. TCU? #DeclareSMU pic.twitter.com/Hk85U9qECC — SMU Athletics (@SMUMustangs) September […]

Army 2015 football schedule includes interesting match ups

When Army unveiled their 2015 schedule, it became clear that football fans would be treated to several good match ups.  Those games include a road trip to Penn State The Black Knights unveiled their 2015 slate on Monday, highlighted by a trip to Penn State, a home date with Duke and a return to Yankee […]

Texas and Michigan agree to home-and-home series

When Michigan and Notre Dame ended their long time series, it was uncertain how each program would respond to the ever increasing pressure to schedule Power 5 Conference members and strengthen their chances for the College Football Playoffs.  Notre Dame wasted no time scheduling Michigan’s hated rival Ohio State to a series.  Not to be […]

Rutgers QB Gary Nova in Record books but not for a great stat

Rutgers almost pulled off the upset against Penn State last weekend. Instead of celebrating their first Big 10 victory, the Scarlet Knights will have to regroup and prepare for their trip down 95 to take on a challenge with Navy. The Scarlet Knight defense could not hold on the lead and gave up 10 points […]