Charlie Strong knows as well as anyone about the long history between Arkansas and Texas, having grown up in Arkansas and played in college at Central Arkansas.
After being passed over for a spot in college football’s first playoff, TCU got its consolation prize Sunday: Mississippi in the Peach Bowl.
West Virginia will make its first Liberty Bowl appearance in half a century when it meets Texas A&M on Dec. 29.
Courtney Walker and No. 5 Texas A&M used their defense to overcome a sloppy game on the offensive side for the Aggies.
Texans like to think the Lone Star state is the center of the football world. This weekend, the biggest of the college season, it is.
No. 4 TCU earned a share of the conference title and kept its playoff bid alive with a 55-3 victory against lowly Iowa State on Saturday
TCU hopes to hold onto its spot in the selection committee’s top four and earn the right to play for the national championship.
Baylor is in the same position as a year ago, with its home finale being a de facto Big 12 championship game. The defending champion Bears have even more at stake this time.
Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty is making progress in his recovery from a concussion.
TCU coach Trent Johnson is not much of a historian, especially when it concerns his unbeaten Horned Frogs, who are off to their best start since 1997-98.
The Bears made 10 of 18 shots from beyond the 3-point arc, leading Baylor to a 66-63 win over Vanderbilt in the Big 12/SEC Challenge at Memorial Gym.
This week’s slate of conference championship games not only serves as an appetizer or opening round to the College Football Playoff, but it doubles as the grand stage for this year’s top Heisman candidates to showcase their stuff and perhaps offer a signature Heisman moment before the votes are due.