It seems to happen every season. School A gets tired of basking in mediocrity and fires its coach late in the season. The firing and subsequent hiring of the latest up-and-coming hotshot sparks a chain of changes in the college football landscape.
It is the ultimate week of the season for college football fans. The days between Christmas leading to New Year’s Day are full of some of the most intriguing matchups of the season including the College Football Playoff.
It was the holiday season’s first full bowl featuring 13 games for the rabid college football fan. The week began with a fine performance by one of college football’s best quarterbacks as Western Kentucky beat South Florida 45-35 in the Miami Beach Bowl
College football’s bowl season got underway Saturday with a slate of five games, a full feast for the rabid college football fan. Excitement abounded and fans were elated as three of the five were decided by a touchdown or less.
Another step closer to the College Football Playoff and two more teams fall from the ranks of the unbeaten. In the de facto Big 12 championship picture, Oklahoma moved a step closer to a conference title and a possible CFP berth with a win over a TCU team that played without two of its stars.
The 2015 college football season just keeps getting better. After a wild Week 10, Week 11 did not disappoint fans either. Four Top Ten teams lost and seven of the nation’s Top 25 fell over the weekend.
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