In news that shouldn’t shock too many of us: Ivy League colleges produce more billionaires than any other institutes of higher learning. Out of the top 20 schools producing the most billionaires, four of the top five were Ivy LeagueShow More Summary
The midterm, low-turnout, national elections of early November have given way to a season in which the political froth can't be contained in its own moonshine jug.
Five things to watch this week in college football:
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The SEC should be ready to go after a weekend full of cupcakes is just one thing to come from this college football weekend.
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Cupcakes were abound in Week 13 of the college football season, so there wasn't much change at the top of the rankings. However, one Top 10 program continued to slide after a shocking blowout loss. Alabama, Oregon and Mississippi State all throttled their opponents to remain in the Top Four of the rankings. Show More Summary
Week 13 of the college football season felt like the calm before the final storm this year. The top teams generally all had winnable games, the major rivalry games were a week away and some of the most anticipated matchups of the season...Show More Summary
Those hoping the college football playoff picture would be clearer after Week 13 were sorely disappointed. A week filled with few Top 25 matchups finished largely as expected, with the nation's elite keeping themselves in the title picture. Florida...Show More Summary
Yawn. Is it Tuesday yet? What tortured logic will the selection committee come up with this week to go with "game control" and "eye test"? Will the new monarchy of college football keep last week's top four intact or shuffle things around after decreeing a new metric? At this point, it's anybody's guess. Show More Summary
There weren ’t nearly as many upsets Saturday as there were in weeks previous, but there was still plenty of college football action, and the Week 14 Amway Coaches Poll reflects the madness. With top programs like Alabama, Oregon and...Show More Summary
You're not going to believe this, but Florida State barely won a game on Saturday. Surviving and advancing is something Florida State has done all season. Clemson, Louisville, North Carolina State and Miami have all jumped out to leads...Show More Summary
An absence of massive upsets created rare stability in the college football rankings. As a result, the race for the Heisman Trophy remained relatively unchanged. The top contenders either bolstered their respective stocks with stellar...Show More Summary
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston shoved an official out of the way in the third quarter of his team's narrow 20-17 win over Boston College on Saturday. The ESPN announcing team laughed when it happened, and no penalty was called. Show More Summary
Compared to some previous weeks this season, Week 13 was relatively timid in terms of the ranked teams falling. Florida State survived a tough test against Boston College, and Ole Miss was shut out by Arkansas. Beyond those two games, nobody in the top 15 was tested. Show More Summary
The warpath to the inaugural College Football Playoff came to a screeching halt in Week 13. Weeks of upsets, intrigue and tough tasks placed on the shoulders of pollsters everywhere evaporated as the top four teams in the nation took...Show More Summary
For seemingly the first time since the College Football Playoff rankings were unveiled, the committee might not have a reason to change its Top Four from one week to the next. That obviously remains to be seen until the Week 14 rankings...Show More Summary