Thursday Night College Football ICYMI

In case you missed Thursday night’s college football — and, with the start of a new NFL season, you probably did — CFB Huddle’s ICYMI has you covered. The sole FBS game Thursday was a dandy, with Conference USA favorites Louisiana Tech and Western Kentucky going to the wire. The Hilltoppers led wire-to-wire, but had […]


College Football Night 1 Odds and Ends

The first bit of college football history made in this 2015 season comes courtesy of quarterback Trey White. White ran six yards to cap a 12-play, 84-yard drive: the first scoring drive in Kennesaw State football history. TOUCHDOWN!!! Trey White gives KSU the lead!! Owls lead 7-3 with 1:32 remaining in the first. #WitnessKSU #Believe […]


Aug. 31 News: Miami Loses Running Back Gus Edwards

Miami opens a critical season for head coach Al Golden with six pivotal games out of its first eight, and no Gus Edwards at running back. Gus Edwards, one of the candidates to replace star Duke Johnson as Miami’s No. 1 back, sustained a season-ending foot injury per Christy Cabrera Chirinos of the Sun Sentinel. […]


Happy National Dog Day from CFB Huddle

Aug. 26 is officially National Dog Day, but it’s national dog day year-round across the United States — including on college football Saturdays. Ten Div. I football programs are nicknamed the Bulldogs, and this doesn’t include teams like James Madison (Dukes) or Georgetown (Hoyas), which adopted Bulldogs as their mascots. Another four Div. I programs […]


Aug. 26 News: Big 12 Favors Transfer Restrictions

With details of Sam Ukwuachu’s transfer from Boise State to Baylor still surfacing, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby tells Ralph D. Russo of the Associated Press conference brass favors restrictive transfer regulations for candidates with histories of violence. Russo writes Bowlsby describes “unanimous” support for “a policy draft similar to that of the (Southeastern Conference).” […]