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Major Applewhite Named Houston Head Coach: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

The University of Houston will reportedly promote offensive coordinator Major Applewhite to head coach Friday morning. Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports first reported the news, and Joseph Duarte of the Houston Chronicle also passed along word of the school's choice after Tom Herman left for Texas. More to follow. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

Which League's All-Conference Team Would Win in a Playoff?

The conclusion of college football's regular season brings announcements of all-conference teams, sparking debates about obvious choices and snubs alike. But if those teams actually met on the field, which league would take home theShow More Summary

Jabrill Peppers Comments on Being Named Heisman Trophy Finalist

Despite enjoying a great season that saw him produce on offense, defense and special teams for the Michigan Wolverines, Jabrill Peppers said Friday he was surprised to be named a Heisman Trophy finalist. According to the Larry Lage of...Show More Summary

Heisman Watch 2016: Odds and Predictions for All Candidates in Award Race

It may be a foregone conclusion that Louisville Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson is going to take home the Heisman Trophy, but he will have talented company in New York for Saturday's ceremony. Jackson will be joined by Oklahoma quarterback...Show More Summary

Houston promotes offensive coordinator Major Applewhite to head coach

Lane Kiffin was thought to be the leading candidate to replace Tom Herman.        

Why Army-Navy football game is so special

Former captains from series in 1990s share their stories.        

College Football Playoff 2016-17: Predictions, Odds, Schedule for Final 4 Teams

The 2016 college football season is drawing to a close. Bowl games are set to begin, and individual awards are starting to come out. It's not yet time to fret, though, football fans. The biggest event of the collegiate season is still ahead. We're talking about the College Football Playoff, of course. Show More Summary

Bowl Games 2016-17: Predictions for Most Exciting Matchups on the Schedule

With the 2016 college football regular season officially closed, a huge slate of bowl games are on tap, and many of them appear to be among the year's most intriguing matchups. The College Football Playoff is at the forefront, as No....Show More Summary

Army-Navy Game 2016: TV Schedule, Odds, Ticket Info and Predictions

It's hard not to root for Army to somehow find a way to get into the win column against Navy. This game is supposed to be the ultimate rivalry encounter, as these two proud branches of the Military should be relatively equal on the football field. But it has not been that way for a long time, and Navy has won 14 straight games in this series. Show More Summary

Nation's best celebrated at College Football Awards

Louisville's Lamar Jackson captured the Maxwell Award as the nation's top college player.        

LSU takes close look at coordinators that run creative offenses

On the list, if Lane Kiffin is unavailable: Mark Helfrich, Sterlin Gilbert, Matt Canada.        

Army building winning culture behind coach Jeff Monken

First bowl game in six seasons has Black Knights on the upswing.        

College Football Awards 2016: Results, Winners, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

College football celebrated the top players of 2016 at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta. A smattering of award winners had already been announced leading into Thursday night, but the bulk of the most prestigious prizes were...Show More Summary

Clemson's Watson beats out Louisville's Jackson for QB award

Deshaun Watson has won the Davey O'Brien award as the nation's top quarterback for the second year in a row        

Art Briles sues Baylor officials for libel and conspiracy

The lawsuit asserts tthey conspired to keep him from getting another coaching job.        

Charlie Strong: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation on Former Texas HC's Future

Although his tenure with the Texas Longhorns ended in underwhelming fashion, Charlie Strong likely won't be without options as he ponders the next step in his coaching career. The Philadelphia Inquirer's Marc Narducci reported Thursday...Show More Summary

Art Briles Sues Baylor Administrators for Libel, Slander

Former Baylor Bears head football coach Art Briles has sued three regents and a school vice president for libel and slander, Jim Vertuno of the Associated Press reported Thursday. According to Vertuno, Briles has sued regents Chairman Ronald Murff, board members J. Show More Summary

Art Briles suing Baylor officials for libel and conspiracy

Briles is suing three school regents and a vice president for libel and slander.        

Willie Taggart brings needed energy to Oregon football

Oregon football fans were ready for a fresh start, and Willie Taggart has been called upon to provide it.        

P.J. Fleck Contract: Latest News, Rumors on Negotiations with Western Michigan

The Western Michigan Broncos football team just finished its first perfect season since joining the MAC, with head coach P.J. Fleck holding all of the leverage as he seeks a new contract. Per Tony Paul of the Detroit News, Western Michigan...Show More Summary

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