As it waits for a potential bowl invitation, UNLV has taken on the attitude of former Fresno State coach Pat Hill of wanting to play anybody, anywhere, anytime.
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It will be a cold day in hell — also known as New Jersey — when a team shows up and beats the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl. That’s the common narrative this week.
The reason Missouri will beat Auburn in today’s Southeastern Conference football title game is quite simple. Missouri has the better team.
A quick glance at Bishop Gorman’s Randall Cunningham and Reed’s Chris Denn reveals few similarities.
Kelly is back to break down the weekend’s top college and NFL football games with Matt and Tony, from the Golden Nugget sports book.
Paul Stone faces Ron Boyles with a spot in the finals on the line.
Chris Petersen is headed to Washington after finally being persuaded to leave Boise State. Petersen agreed to become the Huskies’ new football coach on Friday, leaving behind an unprecedented run of success.
Gary Kubiak is out after the Houston Texans dropped to 2-11, and Wade Phillips will guide the team through the end of the season. Kubiak, the only Texans coach to reach the playoffs, recently returned to duties after a medical episode during a game.
Truth is stranger than fiction, especially in college football. The first half of that sentence is a Mark Twain quote. The best coach in the nation, Nick Saban, probably would agree with both halves after failing to take Auburn to overtime and looking like a jackass in the process.
There couldn’t be official charges, couldn’t be an arrest, couldn’t be a trial, couldn’t be any resolution to the Jameis Winston sexual assault investigation other than what was decided Thursday.