It's a big week in college football, with several important Saturday games carrying conference-title implications. Here are the big story lines as we come down the homestretch of the college football season:
It’s an intriguing week in college football. There are only three matchups between ranked teams, and seven of the Top 25 are on byes. But there are some big rivalry games and plenty of big names on upset alert. Here are some of the big questions this weekend:
After the weakest slate of games of the season, we get back to some better competition this week. Most teams are now entering conference play, and there are three Top 25 matchups on tap. Here is what to watch for in Week 5:
This might be the least exciting week of the season, with just one game between Top 25 teams and a bunch of powerhouses-vs.-FCS games on the slate. Still, there are some looming questions that could impact the season going forward. Here is what to watch for this week:
In just a few short hours, college football season will officially be here. It's that happy time when everyone is undefeated and every team just knows it is finally their year. But the good times can't last forever. Here are five burning questions as we enter the 2013 football season:
Those long-handled putters that have become fairly popular on the professional golf circuit could soon be obsolete after the U.S. Golf Association and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club—the official governing bodies of The Rules of Golf voted this week to ban “anchoring” a club while putting.
The University of Oregon athletic department is completely underwritten by UO alum and Nike president Phil Knight. It’s not like they’re hurting for money. They still came up with a novel approach to fundraising—allowing the general public to watch Ducks’ cheerleading tryouts for $5 apiece.
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