Oregon’s Marcus Mariota is an overwhelming favorite to win the Heisman, but here are six of the nation’s best players that will NOT be in New York this weekend.
Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany says he’s comfortable with the reality that at least one of the five power conferences will be left out of the four-team College Football Playoff each year.
The stage is now set for the first College Football Playoff, and it is going to be fantastic. Unfortunately, somebody had to be left out of the big party, and this year it was the Big 12.
The Horned Frogs matched their win total from all of last season with an 80-69 victory over Furman on Tuesday night.
Johnathan Motley had 22 points with 11 rebounds and Rico Gathers also had a double-double to lead five Bears in double-figure scoring in a 77-63 victory Tuesday night.
Courtney Williams scored 21 points, Jordan Jones had 16 and Aggies beat SMU 70-62 on Tuesday night.
Nina Davis scored a career-high number of points on Tuesday, as the ninth-ranked Lady Bears beat Ole Miss by a score of 96-54. And she had predicted as much.
Patterson got 17 of 20 votes in the balloting by media members who cover the Big 12 on a regular basis. The award was revealed Tuesday.
Keith Frazier scored a career-high 20 points and Yanick Moreira added 15 as SMU needed overtime to hold off upset-minded UC Santa Barbara 80-73 on Monday night.
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, Alabama receiver Amari Cooper and record-breaking Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon are the finalists for the Heisman Trophy.
The entire postseason schedule features 39 bowls, including the playoff championship game. To help sort through the clutter, here’s a look at some of the more intriguing matchups that aren’t part of the ‘New Year’s Six.’
The 9-0 Wildcats became a unanimous No. 1 team in the new AP poll Monday, getting the first-place votes on all 64 ballots cast.