Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer of USC, Clemson running back C.J. Spiller and Eastern Illinois star Tony Romo headline the 2021 College Football Hall of Fame class announced Monday.
Kansas State quarterback Skylar Thompson, a multiyear starter who suffered a season-ending shoulder injury Oct. 3, will return in 2021.
- Stoops, Romo among 2021 college HOF class
- QB Thompson returning to Kansas State in 2021
- K-State (4-6) first Big 12 team to opt out of bowl
- KSU loses 'upwards of 20 guys' due to outbreak
Kansas State is the first Big 12 team to opt out of playing in a bowl, with school officials telling the conference it would not have enough players to prepare for and play in a bowl game.
— Bijan Robinson and Roschon Johnson combined for 311 rushing yards and six touchdowns and Texas beat Kansas State 69-31 on Saturday afternoon.
Last year, LSU vs. Alabama was a marquee game. Earlier this season, Virginia Tech vs. Clemson could have been. But not anymore, as this season saw big-time programs struggle.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack discuss playoff scenarios and their Week 14 picks; Andrea Adelson on the ACC's schedule change; and Ivan Maisel on the lack of diversity among head coaches
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing College Football Playoff scenarios, who has the edge between Alabama and Notre Dame, College GameDay showcasing Coastal Carolina-Liberty, Jaret Patterson, and their Week 14 picks. Then, Andrea Adelson hops on to talk about the ACC’s schedule change, the possibility of Clemson and Notre Dame both making the playoff, and watching Sarah Fuller’s debut with her daughters (36:00). Later, Ivan Maisel drops by to talk about a very different Alabama-LSU matchup and the lack of diversity among head coaches (52:27).
— John Mayers kicked a 30-yard field goal on the final play of the game and Baylor beat Kansas State 32-31 Saturday night, ending the Bears' five-game losing streak.
The CFB Pod: The guys look at the first CFB Playoff rankings, preview Notre Dame-UNC, make their Week 13 picks and talk to Rece Davis
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the first batch of College Football Playoff rankings, Notre Dame heading to North Carolina down two offensive linemen, Northwestern surprisingly smashing Wisconsin, David’s Dude of the Week, Coastal Carolina’s offense, Maryland-Indiana, JT Daniels impressing in his Georgia debut and their Week 13 picks. Later, Rece Davis hops on to talk about being in the spotlight with Northwestern’s success, BYU landing at No. 14, a nightmare playoff scenario for Cincinnati, the deck being stacked against the Pac-12 and the start of the college basketball season (48:39).
Tom Allen says Indiana can be both a basketball and football school. Saturday's game against Ohio State will go a long way to showing if that's true.
From Ryan Day to Hugh Freeze to Dana Holgorsen, we dissect some of the most promising -- and troubling -- starts.
Kansas State has had a coronavirus outbreak among its younger players that has left the Wildcats without a scout team in practice this week.
D.J. Uiagalelei impressed in his first start, but a few other Tigers -- with both Clemson and LSU -- make the top 10.
Ohio State stays at No. 1, but there was some interesting movement within the top five of SP+ this week.
Week 9 action got off to a fun start with the breakout performance of Taulia Tagovailoa and continued on Saturday.
The CFB Pod: Heather Dinich on the canceling of Wisconsin-Nebraska. Plus, Pollack and Negandhi give their Week 9 picks
The podcast kicks off with the breaking news of Wisconsin-Nebraska being canceled because of an outbreak amongst the Badgers. Heather Dinich hops on the pod with Negandhi to talk about the cancelation and if Oklahoma State has the makings of a championship team. Then, Pollack and Negandhi discuss Pollack staying up late to watch Rutgers tape, not being overly impressed with Ohio State, what they’re watching for in Oklahoma State-Texas, Trevor Lawrence leaving the door open to stay for another season and their Week 9 picks (9:35).
The Big Ten returned and it did not disappoint, with some incredible performances and epic finishes. What does it mean for the AP Top 25? Let's break down what's next for each ranked team.
The Big Ten, led by No. 1 team Ohio State, has finally taken the field. What did a wild first weekend mean for the SP+ rankings?
How would you rank each team in the three Power 5 conferences that have already begun play? Let's have a look.
Trevor Lawrence and Clemson put up 73 points on Sunday, but it wasn't enough to claim the top spot after Alabama's big win over Georgia. The Bulldogs don't fall far, though, while North Carolina tumbles after an upset loss in Tallahassee.