BYU De-rails Wisconsin’s Playoff Dreams with 24-21 Upset in Madison

Posted on September 16th 2018

It was difficult to analyze BYU’s opening win over Arizona. Was it a fluke or had the Cougars managed to pull together an improved squad for 2018? Last week’s 21-18 home loss to California only muddled the question. But the waters have cleared in week four……Cal is looking mighty good sitting at 3-0, and BYU… Read more »

Colorado Freezes Frost’s Debut at Nebraska with 33-28 Come From Behind Win.

Posted on September 9th 2018

In a game very reminiscent of the glory days from the old Big 8, Colorado and Nebraska literally battled to the bitter end. The Buffaloes, seasoned from an opening wallop of Colorado State last week jumped out to a 14-0 lead thanks to Cornhusker mistakes. Nebraska initially looked overwhelmed after not having played their opening… Read more »

Longhorns reeling after stunning 34-29 loss to Maryland

Posted on September 2nd 2018

The much anticipated, highly hyped second season for Tom Herman at the helm of the Longhorn program started with a thud Saturday as the Terps Surprised Texas 34-29 in Landover, Maryland. It was the second consecutive win for Maryland over Texas following last year’s stunning upset in Austin in Herman’s debut game. The Longhorn faithful… Read more »

Hawaii Stuns Colorado State 43-34

Posted on August 26th 2018

College Football didn’t have to wait long for it’s first major upset of the 2018 season. The 17 point underdog Rainbow Warriors traveled from rain soaked, flooded Hawaii to Fort Collins, Colorado and shocked the Rams 43-34. For three quarters it was all Hawaii with the Warriors leading 37-7 at one point. Colorado State caught… Read more »

Billingsley Releases 2018 Pre-Season Rankings

Posted on August 11th 2018

To no one’s surprise 2017 National Champion Alabama starts on top of 2018’s Pre-Season rankings. Georgia, Clemson and Ohio State round out the Top Four. Highlights from the just released Billingsley Report finds the Big 10 projected for another strong season with four teams, #5 Wisconsin, #6 Penn State, #11 Michigan State and #13 Michigan… Read more »

Opening Weekend Schedule for 2018 Reveals Gems

Posted on April 28th 2018

As has been the custom for several years now, College Football opening weekend starts out with a bang. The first weekend of play will be Saturday August 25 with 4 games slated, but the “official” opening weekend is a 5 day Labor Day Weekend Marathon beginning Thursday August 30 and moving through Friday August 31, Saturday… Read more »

SEC Still Reigns in Conference Comparison; Alabama Remains All-Time Top Program.

Posted on February 1st 2018

The Southeastern Football Conference topped the list of Billingsley’s Conference Comparison for the 11th consecutive year. The SEC has been on top since the now disbanded Big East took the top spot in 2006. Alabama widened it’s lead over Notre Dame as the nation’s top rated program fueled by yet another National Championship in 2017…. Read more »

Second Half Turn of Tide Dooms Dawgs 26-23 in Overtime

Posted on January 9th 2018

After leading Alabama 13-0 at the half, it appeared Georgia was headed for their first National Title since the Dooley led Dawgs won it all in 1980. But in a bold move Alabama turned their fortune over to a Freshman QB who rallied the Tide to a dramatic 26-23 overtime win. It is the 5th National… Read more »

National Semi-Finals Highlight Bowl Game Schedule

Posted on December 10th 2017

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 »