In a college football universe built on free enterprise, losing 54-21 to Ohio State is another reminder of the massive sense of exclusivity that defines the sport.
With an inspired win at Idaho, the Rebels ensured it would arrive to this home of helmets plastered with leaves knowing a reality many expected before the season commenced.
Ed Graney hands out mostly A’s and B’s for the Raiders’ 26-16 victory at Tennessee.
Marshawn Lynch came out of retirement to play for his hometown team, and his debut in a 26-16 win against the Titans couldn’t have followed a more ideal script.
The league in March approved relocation of the team from Oakland to Southern Nevada, and a season opener against the Titans on Sunday will mark the first regular-season game for the Raiders since that 31-1 vote.
Inexcusable setback to FCS opponent has made second game of the season for Rebels more about the big picture than any immediate goals.
The nation’s top team rolled to a 35-21 victory over the Gaels and in the process more than validated its No. 1 national ranking.
If faith really means seeing light with your heart when all your eyes see is darkness, it also means seeing success in Columbus, Ohio, when everyone else sees a trip to the woodshed.
The team’s attention is split this week between the devastation in Houston and preparing for a season-opening game against Howard on Saturday night at Sam Boyd Stadium.
A strike or lockout in 2021 could seriously impact potential tourism dollars, never mind the wallets of those working at the new stadium.