Michigan football's Devin Bush Jr.: 'I hate Michigan State'

Michigan football's Devin Bush Jr.: 'I hate Michigan State'

Linebacker: Devin Bush(Photo: Rick Osentoski USA TODAY Sports) Michigan football junior captain Devin Bush Jr. made his rivalry thoughts clear.  He doesn’t like Ohio State. But he hates Michigan State.  Speaking with WXYT-FM (97.1)’s “Jame and Stoney Show,” in an interview that aired Friday, Bush was asked which of Michigan’s rivals he disliked more.  “I hate […]

OSU football: Beavers see improvment on offensive line

OSU football: Beavers see improvment on offensive line

Jim Michalczik admits it is possible for an offensive line coach to be happy. It’s just not all that often that is the actual case. And while Oregon State’s offensive line is progressing, there is still plenty of work to be done, according to Michalczik. “Yeah, but I’m not (happy) yet,” he said Tuesday. “… […]

Tristan Wirfs returns from suspension eager to make a difference for Hawkeyes

Tristan Wirfs returns from suspension eager to make a difference for Hawkeyes

CLOSE Iowa offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs talks about how difficult it was to miss the season-opener and how great it felt to be back for Week 2 swarm Mark Emmert, memmert@gannett.com Buy Photo Iowa offensive lineman Tristan Wirfs talks with reporters during Iowa football media day on Friday, Aug. 10, 2018, in Iowa City.(Photo: Joseph […]

College football: Stanford sits Love, still sore from USC

College football: Stanford sits Love, still sore from USC

Pierce, who ran for 168 yards and two touchdowns against the Buckeyes, injured his elbow Saturday. Jefferson, a freshman from Harbor City Narbonne, took over and ran for 238 yards and four scores against Southern Utah. He leads the Pac-12 with an average of 142.5 yards in two games. Source link

FSU Football: Why Samford was most embarrassing win in program history

FSU Football: Why Samford was most embarrassing win in program history

FSU football was in danger of losing for the first time ever to a FCS opponent this weekend before pulling the game out – but they shouldn’t brag at all. Over five hours after the game was originally scheduled to kick off (mostly because God wanted everyone to talk about the Virginia Tech game a […]

BC football keeping an eye on Hurricane Florence

BC football keeping an eye on Hurricane Florence

With Hurricane Florence making its way toward North Carolina, strengthening to a Category 4 storm as of Monday, Boston College’s Atlantic Coast Conference opener against Wake Forest is in jeopardy. While residents of parts of North Carolina have been ordered to evacuate in the face of a storm projected to be the worst the region […]

The 2018 College Football Empires Map, updated after Week 2

The 2018 College Football Empires Map, updated after Week 2

Welcome to Week 3 of the 2018 College Football Empires Map. To begin the season, each FBS team was given control of its surrounding territory. Each game that involves one or two teams with territory results in the winner claiming all of it. Results carry on week to week, so teams are always in the […]

10 takeaways from a stunning weekend of college football

10 takeaways from a stunning weekend of college football

Ten takeaways from a substantive and occasionally stunning weekend in college football: 1) Here lies the remains of Power Five football in the state of Florida. Time of expiration: 10:09 p.m. EDT. That’s when Florida completed its dismal home loss to perennial foil Kentucky — yes, Kentucky, which hadn’t beaten the Gators since 1986. The […]

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