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Happy Valley Rocks as Nittany Lions Shock Buckeyes 24-21

Posted on October 23rd 2016

As the saying goes……on any given day, uh, well, night in this case, anything can happen in college football. James Franklin finally got the signature win he so desperately needed as Penn State blocked a late field goal attempt and ran it back for a touchdown, giving the Nittany Lions a stunning 24-21 upset of… Read more »

Boise State puts Playoff Hopes on the Line Against Brigham Young

Posted on October 19th 2016

Boise State faces one of the toughest challenges of the 2016 season Thursday, hosting A 4-3 Brigham Young team that could just as easily be 7-0. The Cougars have lost by 1 point to Utah, 3 points to UCLA and 3 points to West Virginia. Brigham Young has posted a schedule strength of 13th in… Read more »

Alabama and Ohio State Take Center Stage In Tough Road Tests

Posted on October 12th 2016

The #1 ranked Crimson Tide and # 5 Buckeyes hit the road Saturday, highlighting this weekend’s slate of games. Alabama at Tennessee – The Volunteers may still be smarting from the heartbreaking loss at Texas A&M in double overtime, but there is nothing like facing your most bitter rival to take your mind off of… Read more »

Texas A&M Tops Tennessee 45-38 in Double Overtime

Posted on October 9th 2016

Billingsley Reports Delayed Until Monday to accommodate Sunday’s Games   The Volunteers appeared headed toward another miracle finish before throwing an interception in the second overtime, giving the Aggies a hard fought home victory. Tennessee heads home to host unbeaten #1 ranked Alabama next Saturday. Around the nation, Hurricane Matthew forced postponements and cancellations among… Read more »

Race for Conference Crowns Begin in Earnest as October Unfolds

Posted on October 5th 2016

Most of the warm ups are behind us as non-conference games draw to a minimum and conference games take center stage. All 10 conferences races appear to be wide open. Even mighty Alabama has significant challenges ahead. Florida State at Miami – Whether this game will even be played is somewhat up in the air… Read more »

Washington’s 44-6 Rout of Stanford Lands Huskies in Top 10

Posted on October 2nd 2016

It’s been a long time coming, but Washington finally put together a much needed signature win over a top 10 program. The result thrust the Huskies into the national spotlight themselves, garnering the Huskies their first Top 10 appearance in the Billingsley Report since November of 2001 (coming in at #8). Although the season is… Read more »

Louisville at Clemson Highlights Upcoming Weekend

Posted on September 28th 2016

One down, one to go…..that what Louisville has on tap in the race for the ACC Atlantic Division crown. After demolishing Florida State at home two weeks ago, the Cardinals have Clemson set in their sites in a quest for a possible nod in the college football playoff. Beating the Seminoles was a shocker for… Read more »

Weekend Shockers! Duke Outlasts Notre Dame, Colorado Runs Past Oregon

Posted on September 25th 2016

In what has to be one of the greatest wins in Blue Devil history, Duke, a 21 point underdog, outlasted the Irish 38-35 under the watchful eye of Touchdown Jesus late Saturday afternoon. Duke has made great strides under David Cutcliff, including four straight Bowl Games, and this huge win over the Irish in South… Read more »

Tennessee Seeks First Win Over Florida in 11 Years

Posted on September 21st 2016

The #19 Florida Gators travel to Neyland Stadium Saturday boasting a series record 11 straight wins, and needless to say, Volunteer fans are restless and eager for a win. #7 Tennessee has done nothing to impress me in their first 3 games, struggling over Appalachian State, Virginia Tech and Ohio (although App. State and VTech… Read more »