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National Semi-Finals Highlight Bowl Game Schedule

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Army defeated Navy 14-13 to capture the Commander-in-Chief Trophy, closing out the college football regular season in dramatic fashion. It was the second victory in a row for the Black Knights of West Point. 39 Bowl Games begin to unfold beginning next Saturday, December 16. New Year’s Day features playoff semi-finals in the Rose Bowl… Read more »

Buckeye Win Leaves Committee With Tough Decision

Posted on December 3rd 2017

Alabama sat idle Saturday, hoping for upsets in Conference Championship games that would open the door for the Tide to sneak into the playoff. Unfortunately, the way things played out, the door is open but only by a tiny crack. If Auburn and Fresno State had won, the Tide’s resume would have looked slightly better… Read more »

Wild Scramble for Top 4. Playoff Participants Still Up For Grabs

Posted on November 26th 2017

Auburn’s upset over previously undefeated Alabama, coupled with Pittsburgh’s stunning win over Miami (Fla.), left the door wide open for a wild final weekend of College Football on Championship Saturday December 2. With all Power Five Championship Games now set, the big question remains…..which conference will be left out. The winner of the SEC, either… Read more »

Nation Awaits Rivalry Weekend as Playoff Remains Up For Grabs

Posted on November 19th 2017

College Football’s top teams rolled over lesser opponents Saturday with all eyes now looking forward to next week’s rivalry games. The nation will be focused on the Iron Bowl where # 1 Alabama travels to the Plains to take on what many believe is the hottest team in the nation, the Auburn Tigers. The coveted… Read more »

Alabama Escapes, Georgia Falls To Auburn, Miami and Oklahoma Roll

Posted on November 12th 2017

The Crimson Tide barely escaped Starkville with a 31-24 win Saturday night as a well prepared Mississippi State gave Alabama a complete game from start to finish. Georgia was not so lucky. The Bulldogs ran into an Auburn machine that was clicking on all cylinders and Georgia lost their first game of the season to… Read more »

Big Shakeup In Big 10

Posted on November 5th 2017

One week after Ohio State re-established themselves as the top team in the Big 10 with a stunning comeback over Penn State, the Buckeyes were ambushed and completely dismantled in a 55-24 loss at Iowa. The Ohio State loss leaves the Big 10 East Division in control of Michigan State, for now. The Spartans surprised… Read more »

Buckeye Comeback Stuns Nittany Lions

Posted on October 29th 2017

Penn State dominated Ohio State for 3 quarters Saturday until J. T. Barrett engineered a stunning 4th quarter comeback lifting the Buckeyes to a 39-38 win. The victory vaulted Ohio State to # 4 in the Billingsley Report behind two undefeated SEC teams, Alabama and Georgia, and surprising ACC front runner Miami (Fla.). Iowa State… Read more »

Nittany Lions Crush Wolverines 42-13

Posted on October 22nd 2017

Penn State moved to 7-0 on the season, thrashing Michigan in Happy Valley Saturday night. It was sweet revenge for the Nittany Lions who suffered a lopsided loss to Michigan in the Big House last season. Around the nation, Notre Dame dismantled USC in South Bend 49-14, most likely ending any hopes the Trojans held… Read more »

Top Teams Tumble As Wild Weekend Concludes

Posted on October 15th 2017

Four heavily favored Top 25 teams, Clemson, Washington, Washington State and San Diego State all fell from the ranks of the undefeated over the weekend while SEC heavy weights Alabama and Georgia continued on in their quest for an unbeaten match in the conference championship game. Around the nation: Miami (Fla.) squeaked by Georgia Tech… Read more »

Defensive Woes Doom Sooner’s Season

Posted on October 8th 2017

We should have seen it coming, this shocking Sooner loss, but we were all blinded by the spectacular defensive performance over Ohio State earlier in the season. Barely escaping a loss to Baylor two weeks ago showed the chink in the Sooner’s Armour and Iowa State took notice. The Cyclones exploited a very weak Oklahoma… Read more »