Alabama begins its quest to repeat as national champions against Washington in the first playoff game of the year.
Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl – College Football Playoff Semifinal
Dec. 31 at 3:00 PM ET (ESPN)
No. 4 Washington (12-1) vs. No...
The Washington State Cougars pulled off a nail-biting win over UCLA last Saturday earning them a spot in the Associated Press top 25 poll.
The Cougars are ranked at 24, their highest ranking in the AP poll since 2003!
WSU's football team continues to prove they are PAC-12 North contenders this year...
The 2013 college football bowl games were announced and set on Sunday night. Both Apple Cup teams managed to score non-BCS bowl berths, the first time in over a decade that both have been rewarded a bowl game!
The college football season is nearing the end, which means conference championships are being held and the final games for hundreds of senior student athletes. For Cooper Kupp, a 2012 Davis High School grad and current freshman wide receiver at Eastern Washington University, his college career is just beginning and is off to a great start.
It’s an intriguing week in college football. There are only three matchups between ranked teams, and seven of the Top 25 are on byes. But there are some big rivalry games and plenty of big names on upset alert. Here are some of the big questions this weekend:
99 times out of 100, I could care less about the halftime 'entertainment' at a football game. The Ohio State University Marching Band are making people like me second guess our midway trip to the concession stand or restroom by putting on some incredible performances. Not just musically, but visually.
The Ducks are going pink this weekend! Joining in on the fight against breast cancer the University of Oregon football team will be wearing pink cleats, socks, gloves and even helmets on Saturday when Washington State comes to Eugene.
Nike has created numerous looks for Oregon over the last few seasons and has teamed up with the NFL for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but this will be the first tim
Title says it all. I respect the talent of players, but I don't like college football. I think the offenses are ridiculous. Spread? Read option? Pistol? It doesn't translate into the pro level, like a lot of its players. I want to know what you think...