A very murky college football picture for the 2020 season is, maybe, starting to take shape, but there are still more questions than answers, and with, whatever label we are choosing to put on this, the recent spike in Covid-19 cases, all this planning may be for naught...
Much has been made in the breathless blogosphere that surrounds the Notre Dame Fighting Football Irish about November 11, 2019, the date "the Streak" ended. After 273 consecutive home games, dating back to 1973, there will not be a sell-out crowd in South Bend.
Notre Dame's Football rivalries against the University of Michigan and Michigan State are the stuff of college football lore and legend. Much less known is the walloping the boys from South Bend have historically put on non-Big 10 Michigan schools.
We’re still in the first month of the season, but some fanbases (and even coaches) are already hitting the panic button. After last week’s rash of upsets, here are some of the big questions for this week in college football.
Michigan State and Oklahoma showed they will be players in the title hunt while Auburn narrowly avoided the biggest upset in history. Those are just some of the story lines from Week 2 in college football. Here are some of the things we learned this week.