Heisman Watch: Notre Dame’s Everett Golson Goes Head-To-Head With Reigning Heisman Winner, Jameis Winston
There is no disputing which game deserves the Heisman spotlight game this week. Notre Dame and Florida State will offer the biggest stage for a pair of Heisman Trophy candidates, Everett Golson of Notre Dame and the reigning Heisman Trophy winner from Florida State, Jameis Winston.
After many home games college players file out of the locker room and spend about 15 or 20 minutes signing autographs. Sometimes, there will be hundreds of fans – many of them children – waiting for their favorite player.
Until Notre Dame proves it can beat one of the elite programs in college football on a grand stage, the overall assessment of Notre Dame will be that it is good, but not good enough. But this season appears to be up for grabs with plenty of surprises still to come. Can Notre Dame offer one more surprise?
Oklahoma cornerback Zack Sanchez and Oklahoma State kick returner Tyreek Hill have been named players of the week by the Big 12 Conference.
Johnny Manziel built his brand and bolstered Texas A&M’s by producing magical moments on the field and winning.
Former Texas A&M standout turned Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel said that the NCAA should change its rules to allow college athletes to capitalize on their likenesses.
As the season has seen the rise of Mississippi State football, quarterback Dak Prescott has emerged on the scene as one of college football’s best. Is Prescott the best player in college football?
Baylor and TCU first played each other in 1899, when both Christian schools were still located in Waco.
Oklahoma’s star-studded defense was expected to match its explosive offense this season.
Trevone Boykin remembers that good feeling after his first victory as TCU’s starting quarterback, and thinking then about the potential for the Horned Frogs.
Each week of college football should be seen as a chapter, and the season the full novel. The only thing is, you cannot script drama this good.
As for the No. 5 Bears having to depend on their running game, needing some big special teams plays and scoring only half their previous season average in a grind-it-out 28-7 win at Texas, that doesn’t bother Briles, either.