CFB Huddle Q&A returns with a bang. Big kudos to this week’s respondents, who served up some fun questions, starting with the worst uniform in sports history. From worst to best, Q&A also takes on the best sequels in film history, and gets a little bit more into the David Shaw satellite camp comments. If […]
For the life of me, I can’t understand why any Georgia fan is happy about Senate Bill 323. Before I break into the psyche of Georgia fans — fraught with despair and sadness — let’s back up a bit and examine this stupid, good-for-nothing law. New coach Kirby Smart managed to (successfully) lobby the state […]
The day Georgia AD Greg McGarity handed Mark Richt his walking papers was the day Georgia fans lost the high ground on moral authority. Perhaps they never had it, as the sausage-making process in college football is ugly even for those programs who try to avoid being heartless. One of Richt’s endearing qualities as a […]
Every March, the NCAA Tournament attracts casual fans whose sports interest typically resides elsewhere for the other 11 months of the year. For college football fans, some of the teams that made the 2016 NCAA Tournament might seem foreign. This year’s Field of 68 featured 14 universities with Football Championship Subdivision programs, including 2015 FCS […]
Zach Auguste’s 19 points and 22(!) rebounds powered a Notre Dame comeback in Thursday’s ACC Tournament quarterfinal against Duke. The Blue Devils led the Fighting Irish by as much as 16 in the second half. What a comeback! Notre Dame rallies from 16 down to beat No. 19 Duke 84-79 in OT behind 19 & […]
At least Illinois is trying. That was the thought that hit me when I heard the Illini fired its head coach after only seven months on the job and hired Lovie Smith. Before we get to my initial thought, let’s back up a bit and explain what happened at Illinois over the last decade — though […]
Everyone loves a good list, right? For you fine Huddle readers who do, a warm welcome to 5 For Friday. Every Friday, CFB Huddle is highlighting five people, places, moments and topics around this great sport. The inaugural installment looks at Group of Five players perhaps under the radar ahead of the 2016 season, and […]
Auburn and Texas A&M enter the 2016 season with buyer’s remorse, and thanks to risky investments both programs face the likelihood of a coaching search unless things change drastically.
Stick to sports. Three simple words that every writer in this industry will hear at least once in their life. The instructions are as simple as the people issuing them: You’re free to use your own Twitter account for anything, so long as it involved sports. Having an opinion is totally acceptable, but it has […]
Josh Webb caught up with Josh McCuistion, co-publisher and editor of Rivals’ SoonerScoop.com, to talk Oklahoma Sooners and college football recruiting.
Editor’s Note: The below podcast featuring Ryan Burns of FootballSickness.com is a companion to the below column on Clemsoning. Host Josh Webb talks the Alabama-Clemson national championship with Ryan, but also dives into the St. Louis Rams’ impending return to Los Angeles. Will the Los Angeles Rams find competition from USC and UCLA, or vice […]
Ryan Burns, host of the Football Sickness podcast, joins CFB Huddle host Josh Webb to talk college football and the NFL.
The furthest thing from my mind as I strolled the golf course doubling as Rose Bowl Stadium’s parking lot on New Year’s Day 2016 are TV ratings. I navigate through throngs of Iowa Hawkeye fans. The black-and-gold clad masses, be they acquaintances or total strangers, toasted each other all around the Brookside Golf & Country […]
In this Episode Josh Webb talks USC Football with Paolo Uggetti Sports Editor and USC Football Reporter. Find him on twitter @Paolougetti CFB Hurry Up No Huddle: Edited and Produced by Lucio Ourique
Coordinators operate as college football programs canaries-in-the-coal-mine, or Uncle Elmer’s trick knee just before a tornado. Abrupt dismissal of a coordinator often suggests impending trouble, or damage control amid ongoing turmoil. The relatively short shelf-life of most coordinators is reflective of today’s win-now college football landscape, albeit at warp-speed. This week alone, four programs coming […]