Mountain West Media Days Video: Bryan Harsin and Mike Bobo

by Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin begins his second season at the helm facing off against former colleague and longtime Broncos coach Chris Petersen. Petersen’s return to Boise State, now as head coach of Washington, promises some emotional reaction. Bryan Harsin talks the relationships coaches develop with players and the inherent challenges of taking […]


No, Notre Dame Does Not Need to Join A Conference

by Neither Colorado nor Missouri plays Notre Dame, but each program’s head coach has an opinion on the Fighting Irish. Speaking with ESPN Wednesday, Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre advocated uniformity in conference scheduling. That’s been a lingering issue in the College Football Playoff era, and with good reason. Three of the Power Five leagues […]

IRVING, TX - OCTOBER 16:  A detail view of the College Football Playoff logo shown during a press conference on October 16, 2013 in Irving, Texas. Condoleezza Rice, Stanford University professor and former United States Secretary of State, was chosen to serve as one of the 13 members that will select four teams to compete in the first playoff at the end of the 2014 season.  (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Push for College Football Playoff Expansion

by LAS VEGAS – One sentence uttered at Mountain West media days may best crystallize popular sentiment for College Football Playoff expansion. “All we want is a chance.” That’s how San Diego State head coach Rocky Long summarized the Mountain West’s place in the college football landscape, and Long said the only way it or […]


What’s Stopping Boise State from Perfection?

by LAS VEGAS – No surprise out of the Mountain West preseason media poll: defending conference champion Boise State is an overwhelming favorite to repeat in its division. Voters tabbed the Broncos atop the Mountain Division in the poll, released Tuesday at the opening of Mountain West media days. They’re projected to face West Division […]


July 28 News: American Sports Network Outpaces FS1

by The Group of Five conferences may a surprisingly sizable ally in their efforts to compete with the Power Five’s television reach. Harry Minium of The Virginian-Pilot offers details of the quiet distribution giant American Sports Network, Sinclair Broadcasting’s sports brand. American Sports Network is entering just its second season, yet reaches more homes than […]


Can Anyone in the Big Ten Stop Ohio State?

by Defending national champion Ohio State was a runaway choice to repeat as Big Ten champion in Cleveland.com’s preseason poll. It’s almost assured the Buckeyes will be a unanimous No. 1 when the Big Ten media days projections are released later this week. With all of one Big Ten loss in the last three seasons, […]


Ohio State Leads CFBHuddle Preseason All-America Team

by Your humble CFBHuddle.com publisher submitted his ballot for the Preseason All-America Team at Today’s U, and as one might expect, defending national championship Ohio State sets the pace. I have three Buckeyes nominated: defensive end Joey Bosa, late-season breakout star and College Football Playoff hero Ezekiel Elliott and offensive lineman Pat Elfein. Defensive tackle […]


Veep Co-Stars Mining College Football’s Cinematic Gold

by Elements of college football border on the comedic, and in the right hands, the sport is fodder for some outstanding film. Veep co-stars Matt Walsh and Timothy Simons apparently see the potential, as The Hollywood Reporter says the duo successfully pitched a college football-themed comedy to Paramount. Details are very scarce at this point, […]


July 25 News: Tough Schedule to Test Oregon Ducks in 2015

by A Pac-12 Conference championship, a single-season program record for wins and the Heisman Trophy; the only thing that eluded the Oregon Ducks in their dream, 2014 season was a national championship. Marcus Mariota may have changed his mailing address from Eugene to Nashville, but the 2015 Oregon Ducks will flourish without him. The question […]