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  • Point spread drops from 7 points at start to 6 as Ohio State-Oregon title matchup draws closer

    Oregon, first listed as a 7-point favorite over Ohio State by the Glantz-Culver line in Monday's national championship game, is now favored by just 6 points. The Ducks (13-1) and Buckeyes (13-1) meet in AT&T Stadium in the inaugural College Football...
  • Tressel, Snyder selected to College Football Hall of Fame

    DALLAS — Former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel and Kansas State coach Bill Snyder have been selected for induction to the College Football Hall of Fame. The National Football Foundation announced the latest Hall of Fame class of 15 players and two...
  • Tre Roberson revives career in leading Illinois State to FCS title game

    Tre Roberson revives career in leading Illinois State to FCS title game
    FRISCO, Texas — Tre Roberson was guaranteed nothing when he arrived at Illinois State's preseason football camp last summer. Unhappy with being relegated to part-time quarterback duties at Indiana, Roberson's confidence was dragging as he sought a...
  • Diaco: UConn A Long Way From Ohio State-Oregon Status

    UConn coach Bob Diaco was on ESPN last month discussing the college football playoff matchups that have yielded the game Monday night between No. 2 Oregon and No. 4 Ohio State (8:30, ESPN) for the first national championship under the new format. It...
  • Tressel, Snyder, Heisman winner Williams, the Boz selected to College Football Hall of Fame

    Former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel and Kansas State coach Bill Snyder have been selected for induction to the College Football Hall of Fame. Heisman Trophy winner Ricky Williams of Texas and Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth were also selected to the...
  • Bianchi: Bowden, not Paterno, should be college football's winningest coach

     Bianchi: Bowden, not Paterno, should be college football's winningest coach
    Running off at the typewriter … The winningest coach in college football history is once again a man who turned a blind eye to little boys being raped. Shame, shame, shame on the NCAA for settling a lawsuit Friday filed by Pennsylvania...
  • UM QB Brad Kaaya, teammates already back to work

    Nearly from the moment he arrived back on campus after winter break, Brad Kaaya began the process of turning the page on Miami’s disappointing 6-7 season. The quarterback, one of the bright spots during what was just the Hurricanes’ third...
  • Luck-Brady Will Be The Stuff Of History

    An AFC Championship edition of Half-Baked Jake: Andrew Luck is 25. Tom Brady is 37. Luck is 0-3 against the Patriots, including last year in the playoffs. He has passed for 968 yards and six touchdowns in those games, but has eight interceptions and two...
  • For former Penn State players, NCAA decision represents a start

    For former Penn State players, NCAA decision represents a start
    Restoring Penn State's vacated football victories was a good start that needs to continue with restoration of Joe Paterno's legacy, former players said Friday. A total of 111 wins were restored to Joe Paterno's record, once again making him the...
  • Lafayette's Ross Scheuerman excited about playing in the Collegiate Bowl

    Lafayette's Ross Scheuerman excited about playing in the Collegiate Bowl
    "It feels a lot like camp," Ross Scheuerman said Thursday night. "It's all about football." The "it" Lafayette College's all-star running back was talking about by telephone on "my first little bit of down time" was the week-long preparation for today's...
  • Camp Cites Clemson's Rodriguez For Valor In Iraq, Afghanistan

    Camp Cites Clemson's Rodriguez For Valor In Iraq, Afghanistan
    NEW HAVEN — As "The Star-Spangled Banner" was being sung before the start of the Walter Camp brunch Friday, no one was more serious with hand over heart than Clemson wide receiver Daniel Rodriguez. The walk-on from Virginia is receiving an award...