Our long national nightmare is almost over, and we are down to just a few more days until college football returns on August 28. Here are some of the burning issues we can't wait to see play out in the coming weeks.
The college football season is nearing the end, which means conference championships are being held and the final games for hundreds of senior student athletes. For Cooper Kupp, a 2012 Davis High School grad and current freshman wide receiver at Eastern Washington University, his college career is just beginning and is off to a great start.
The bad news is that we’re nearing the end of the college football season. The good news is that this week gives us some of the game’s most heated rivalries with championships potentially on the line. Here are some of the big questions going into Week 14:
The national title picture came a little more into focus with Oregon falling (again) to Stanford. But there is still a lot that can happen as we enter the season's final month. Here's what we learned in Week 11 that could shake up the season.
We're getting into crunch time of the college football season with division races tightening up and the national title hunt taking shape. Here are some of the big storylines that could shake up college football this week.
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