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College Football Week 2: Horns Down and Ducks Fly Together

Early upsets continue with Oregon, Arkansas, and Stanford leading the way. Plus Iowa's 1950s offense might just be enough to keep winning and bore everyone to tears.

By Justin Cates | September 13
College Football Week 1: On Execution, Upsets, and Mayonnaise
Football

College Football Week 1: On Execution, Upsets, and Mayonnaise

The first weekly look around the wild world of college football. Needless to say, the opening of the season did not disappoint.

By Justin Cates | September 07
So Long Kenny Mayne
Media

So Long Kenny Mayne

A reflection on the great career of Kenny Mayne and how SportsCenter has changed over the years, for better or worse.

By Justin Cates | June 02
Deep threat or screen nightmare? Your best wide receiver options for the EA Sports College Football video game
Football

Deep threat or screen nightmare? Your best wide receiver options for the EA Sports College Football video game

Alabama. Oklahoma. LSU. Who else has provided us with electric downfield plays?

By Ashton Pollard | May 25
Quarterbacks, SEC Dominance and College Reunion Rankings: NFL Draft Day 1 Recap
Football

Quarterbacks, SEC Dominance and College Reunion Rankings: NFL Draft Day 1 Recap

In addition to the five passers, offensive linemen and linebackers were abundant on Thursday night

By Ashton Pollard | April 30
It didn’t have to get here: Supreme Court hears Alston case
Football

It didn’t have to get here: Supreme Court hears Alston case

The NCAA takes its NIL issues to Washington

By Ashton Pollard | April 12
All-purpose monster or human bulldozer? An EA Sports running back wish list
Football

All-purpose monster or human bulldozer? An EA Sports running back wish list

Your 10 best bets on the ground (and in the air?) for the highly-anticipated return

By Ashton Pollard | April 06
March Madness Finale: Championship Game
Basketball

March Madness Finale: Championship Game

Recapping the final day of action in the 2021 NCAA Men's Tournament.

By Grant Mitchell | April 05