National Whiparound Week 9: Deshaun Watson, Clemson Survive Scare

Week 9 provided yet another eventful weekend in college football -- most notably the matinee matchup in the ACC. No. 3 Clemson defeated No. 12 Florida State in a game that went down to the wire. The weekend also provided yet another convincing performance from Michigan, a huge upset in the SEC East and another victory…

Dealing With College Football Injuries: “Challenge,” “Opportunity”

Rich Rodriguez has probably seen enough injuries in the last season-and-a-half to last him the remainder of his time in college football. However, as his injury-plagued Arizona Wildcats prepare to face a Stanford Cardinal bunch that has been as banged up this season, Rodriguez said the last two seasons are an anomaly in the larger…

That Time Arian Foster Conducted A Pterodactyl Presser

Running back Arian Foster announced his retirement from the NFL Monday evening, and I can only hope some outlet gives him an opportunity to give his honest, thoughtful opinions that never shy away from controversy. "If kneeling for your flag is disrespectful then kneeling for your God is disrespectful," Arian Foster said. pic.twitter.com/hpfzxw4meW— Omar Kelly…

Week 6 Heisman Top 10: Lamar Jackson Still on Top

Despite losing Week 5 in an instant classic at Clemson, Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson remains a unanimous No. 1 in the CFB Huddle Heisman Top 10 forecast. Every media outlet publishing its voters' rankings after Week 5 tabbed Lamar Jackson for the top spot, with second billing typically falling to his ACC counterpart, Deshaun Watson.…

Week 2 Saturday Six-Pack: The Hangover

Week 1, college football binged on a loaded docket freely dubbed The Best Opening Weekend Ever. Week 2 brings the unavoidable hangover. Despite taking an inevitable dip in top-to-bottom intrigue, the Week 2 slate is not completely lacking for quality football. A trio of dormant series revived headline Week 2: BYU and Utah in the…

Butch Jones, Tennessee Doubters Have Added Ammo

For Tennessee — and more specifically for head Butch Jones — it has to be better. It should be better. It had better be better. The No. 9-ranked Volunteers hung on to beat Appalachian State 20-13 in overtime, scoring 17 consecutive points after a 13-3 halftime deficit. Impressive to blank the Mountaineers after going down…