If anything, Week 4 of the 2015 college football season gave fans a clear favorite in the Heisman Trophy race. LSU’s Leonard Fournette ran all over Syracuse in a 34-24 victory on Saturday.
TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin, Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott, and a host other players enter the 2015 college football season on everyone’s radar. There are a number of others though who will make a name for themselves this season far away from the headlines.
The 2015 college football season got off to a grand start with a long Labor Day weekend full of interesting matchups. The weekend started early with a Battle of the Carolinas and ended on Monday night with a rematch between defending national champion and Virginia Tech
The current era of college football is blessed with some of the best head coaches in the sport’s history. While names like Rockne, Hayes, and Schembechler will forever command the respect of the game
As we head into 2015, the state of college football is alive and well. The first-ever College Football Playoff proved to be exciting and enjoyable for fans around the nation
I love college football, just like most Americans. The school pride, the competition, and the excitement of the games is hard to rival.
Ohio State defeated Oregon 42-20 to claim college football’s national championship, the first-ever in the new College Football Playoff era. Would it have been any different if the Ducks’ Darren Carrington and Ayele Forde could have played?
It marked a changing of the times in college football. The 2014 season was the first in the new College Football Playoff era and what it a season it was. Here is a recap of some of the highlights as well as the lowlights from 2014