NCAA News: Jim Tressel Resigns

According to reports from ESPN, Jim Tressel has resigned as head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes football program. This news comes in light of the tattoo-parlor scandal in which Ohio State players were accused of selling various memorabilia, as well »»

NCAA News: Michigan Names Brady Hoke Newest Head Coach

Hours after it was announced the new coach wouldn't be Les Miles, the actual new coach was named. »»

NCAA News: Les Miles Will Remain At LSU

I'm not sure who is more disappointed by this, Michigan fans or LSU fans. »»

NCAA News: Rich Rodriguez Fired As Michigan Head Football Coach

Michigan fired Michigan after three mediocre seasons. »»

NCAA News: UNC Tar Heels Lose 3 Players Amid Agent Scandal

The three players haven't played yet this year, but now they all know they won't be back. »»

NCAA News: Georgia Bulldogs RB Caleb King Being Held On Warrant

King had a warrant out for his arrest for failing to appear at a traffic court. »»

NCAA News: Ohio State Linebacker Tyler Moeller Is Out For The Year

Moeller had been a key piece of the Buckeyes defense. »»

NCAA News: Former UNC Coach Talked To Alabama DE Marcel Dareus About Agent

This information didn't have anything to do with the 2 game suspension Dareus served to begin the year. »»

Wild Weekends: Full Speed Ahead - NFL, Michael Vick, Notre Dame/Michigan St.

You'd hardly think I was talking about the game itself if I said that Michael Vick was the biggest story of the football week. But that was the case with Vick making his first NFL start since New Year's Eve 2006. Back then he was with the Falcons, »»

NCAA News: Wisconsin Badgers LB Chris Borland Out For The Season

Borland has been having problems with his left shoulder, and will take the season to get healthy. »»

NCAA News: UNC DT Marvin Austin Suspended Indefinately

This is for team rules, not the NCAA investigation. »»

NCAA News: BYU Announces They Will Become Indepent In Football

The move will happen for the 2011-2012 season. »»

NCAA News: Alabama Voted Number 1 In USA Today Preseason Poll

The defending National Champs start the season as the nations top team. »»

In Stores Now: NCAA Football 2011 (XBox 360, PS3, & PS2)

NCAA Football 2011 Developer: Tiburon Publisher: EA Sports Platforms: PS3, PS2, XBox 360 Feel the emotion of authentic college football more than ever with NCAA Football 11. From running the ‘no-huddle' spread offense to walking out of the tun »»

NCAA News: Texas Representative Joe Barton Thinks BCS Is Dying

Barton looked at all the realignment talk as a sign that the BCS is on it's way out. »»

NCAA News: Lawmakers Pushing Big 12 To Add Houston

The re-alignment shuffle continues. »»

College Football Week 3 Preview (Part 2 of 2)

Week 3 may not feature a battle between two highly ranked teams such as last week's Ohio State/USC clash, but the schedule more than makes up for it with a slew of quality games and intriguing storylines. Here is Part 2 of 2, a preview of some of th »»

Wild Weekends: Opening Arguments 2009 (Part I)

That time of the year has returned. As we enter September, football returns to daily life after its yearly time away. This year marks an off-season that has been almost overloaded with stories in both the college and pro ranks, with stories ranging »»

Should I or Shouldn't I

There's been a lot of college QB's debating whether or not to go to the NFL or stay in college for another year. Most of them have already made up their decision, and I'm here to tell them if they made the right move or not. »»

Hawk Talk 11-6-08

Another day another dollar. Except none of us are getting paid for this. »»

Blatant Bias

I hardly believe this is coming out of my mouth...well...fingers...but whatever... Let's say Michigan State knocks off Ohio State this weekend, OSU follows that up with a tough game at Penn State so all of a sudden OSU has two losses and still has to go to Michigan, which no matter how bad Michigan is, that's still a loseable game for OSU. So they could end up with 3 losses. »»

Wild Weekends: Upsets, Upsets, and More Upsets

The Year of the Upset may have been condensed into one weekend. Both college and pro football were plagued by this happened this past weekend, but college really took the brunt of the upset beating that occurred. Nine top-25 teams went down this past weekend with six of those losing to unranked teams with the circumstances only heightening those upsets. East Carolina's upsets of Virginia Tech and West Virginia are but a faded memory thanks to this past weekend's 41-24 loss to Houston handing the Pirates their second straight loss to go with the two straight wins that started their season. Maryland came back from an 11-point halftime deficit to upset #20 Clemson, Navy upset number 16 Wake Forest on a day where Tim Duncan was honored by the Demon Deacons, and number 9 Wisconsin blew a 19-point halftime lead losing to Michigan 27-25 in the 500th game at Michigan Stadium. »»

NCAA Football's Top 25 Teams

Here's the AP and USA Today Top 25 College Football Rankings. »»

Wild Weekends: A Beautiful Time of the Year

The last week of August and first of September is a time when schools resume, when the leaves begin to change, when the temperatures begin to go down, and when college and pro football begin again. »»

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