College Football News May 26: Arizona State Honors 100-Year-Old Alum

Since his hire in December 2011, Arizona State head coach Todd Graham has touted building the program toward to its future while honoring its history. No one goes back further into Sun Devil — or Bulldog — history than 100-year-old Louis “Greg” Rappaport, and’s Kevin Gemmell chronicled Rappaport’s centennial anniversary, which included receiving a […]


College Football News May 7: No Big 12 Championship Game, For Now

Conference meetings are afoot in Phoenix for both the Big 12 and Pac-12. For the former, this offseason is one of potentially pivotal decisions after its co-champions were both left out of the College Football Playoff. Big 12 Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby announced Wednesday that the league won’t make a hasty decision. Per George Schroeder […]

The Madness of College Football Saturday

I have often heard and read this particular Thursday and Friday of March described as the best sports days of the year. I’m hard-pressed to disagree. But, as someone whose love of college football and college basketball are about on equal footing, I get the same joy from a stacked college football Saturday that I […]