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Blog Post Archive

Roy Moore vs. Doug Jones? In Alabama, a Certain Football Game Comes First

Alabamians sense that outsiders often view their state, or look down on it, through their own political and social lens. So college football often serves as a rebuttal, and a point of pride.

Miami Moves to No. 2 in College Football Playoff Rankings

The Hurricanes moved past Clemson, which fell to No. 3, while Alabama stayed at No. 1 and Oklahoma remained at No. 4.

College Football: Oklahoma State’s Slim Playoff Hopes Wither

In other games, Notre Dame got past Navy, Wisconsin topped Michigan, and Yale won the Ivy League.

Before Thanksgiving Week Showdown, Alabama and Auburn Order Cupcakes

A pre-Iron Bowl break is a tradition for Alabama’s best teams, but using it to attack the team’s schedule is misguided.

On College Football: With Statement Win Over Notre Dame, Miami Is Back

Miami, or The U, made a strong case for a berth in the College Football Playoff while simultaneously declaring the return of its brash personality.

On College Football: At 9-0, Georgia Is So Close, and So Far, From Its Goal

The Bulldogs improved to 9-0 against South Carolina and are No. 1 in the College Football Playoff rankings. But Auburn and possibly Alabama await.

Georgia 24, South Carolina 10: Georgia, the Playoff Committee’s Top Dawg, Holds Off South Carolina

The Bulldogs had a bumpy start in their first game after being rated No. 1 by the College Football Playoff selection committee, but they remained unbeaten.

College Football’s Biggest, Boldest Advertisements Now Have 18 Wheels

First it was facilities, then amenities and uniforms. Now football programs are spending thousands of dollars to draw attention to the big rigs that haul their equipment.

Georgia Tops First College Football Playoff Rankings

The Bulldogs (8-0) were followed by Alabama (8-0), Notre Dame (7-1) and Clemson (7-1) in the playoff committee’s initial rankings.

On College Football: Could the College Football Playoff Shut Out 2 Power Conferences?

The College Football Playoff selection committee will release its rankings Tuesday night, and Notre Dame, Alabama and Oklahoma have more at stake than usual.

How the Big Ten Got Back to the Top of College Football

Overshadowed for years by the SEC, the Big Ten now has three of the top six teams in the Associated Press rankings.

Columbia Gives Its Neighbors a Football Team Worth Cheering

The Lions are 5-0 this season, a rare sight for the neighborhood fans who have followed the team for decades.

The Blogger Who Became One University’s Scold

Daniel Libit has broken news about the University of New Mexico athletic department in a singularly specific quest to uncover wrongdoing in college sports.

Howard Cheerleaders Add Voices to the Anthem Debate by Taking a Knee

The cheerleaders at Howard, a historically black university, kneel during the national anthem before football games. Players don’t get the chance.

Iowa State 38, No. 3 Oklahoma 31: Backup Quarterback and Iowa State Stun Oklahoma

The loss ended Oklahoma’s nation-leading 14-game winning streak and the Sooners’ 18-game run against the Cyclones, which dated to 1990.

On College Football: New Coach Reminds Fans That Purdue Has a Football Team

As Jeff Brohm is showing at Purdue, a coaching change is still the most effective way to turn a program, and its energy, around.

Did Nick Saban Break L.S.U.?

A program with a proud football history struggles to coexist with a rival that’s simply better, and a nagging sense of what it lost.

On Colleges: North Carolina Looking to Slip Through Hole in N.C.A.A. Rules

University lawyers have argued that the N.C.A.A. has no right to punish the university for a scandal centered on academics.

Sports Briefing: Nine Florida Football Players Face Fraud Charges

The players are accused of transferring money from a stolen credit card to their campus bookstore accounts and using it to buy electronics.

A Big College Sports Business Is About to Get Bigger

If Learfield merges with IMG College, it will command near total control over the niche but lucrative market of college sports multimedia rights.

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