Our staff breaks down the entire bowl season with analysis from every game.
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From postgame celebrations to the best on-field moments, follow along for the highlights of bowl season.
- McCall to stay at Coastal for '22, puts NFL on hold
- MAC commish: End of Cure Bowl 'unacceptable'
- CCU coach more optimistic on QB McCall's return
- Coach: Coastal QB McCall's season may be done
Bowl season is upon us. Here's what you need to know about every game, through the College Football Playoff.
Grayson McCall, who has started the past two seasons at quarterback for Coastal Carolina, is a draft-eligible redshirt sophomore who projects as an NFL prospect, but he will stay in college and play for the Chanticleers next season.
MAC commissioner Jon Steinbrecher criticized referees for what he called an "unacceptable" end to the Cure Bowl that saw Northern Illinois lose to Coastal Carolina 47-41.
— Grayson McCall threw four touchdown passes and Coastal Carolina held off Northern Illinois 47-41 in the Cure Bowl on Friday night, with the game ending with the Huskies at the Chanticleers 4.
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— Grayson McCall raced untouched for a 25-yard touchdown on the first play of overtime, Silas Kelly sacked South Alabama's Jake Bentley on the final play and Coastal Carolina beat the Jaguars 27-21 on Friday.
— Grayson McCall tied a school record five touchdown passes and Coastal Carolina maintained possession for more than 35 minutes in a 35-21 win over Texas State on Saturday.
Oklahoma is shocked while the rest of the top-10 cruises. The bottom half of the top-25 is up for grabs, however, following several losses in Week 11.
— Georgia State's Darren Grainger had the homecoming he'd dreamed about all season.
Coastal Carolina coach Jeremy Chadwell told ESPN on Wednesday he is hopeful that quarterback Grayson McCall will be able to return this season after injuring his shoulder on Oct. 28.
Injured Coastal Carolina quarterback Grayson McCall could miss the rest of the season for the 22nd-ranked Chanticleers, coach Jamey Chadwell said.
Coastal Carolina quarterback Grayson McCall is out indefinitely with an upper body injury. Through eight games, McCall has thrown for 2,063 yards with 17 touchdowns and two interceptions.
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— Facing another tight finish with Troy, Coastal Carolina coach Jamey Chadwell remembered something Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians puts on his play sheet: “No risk it, no biscuit.”
Several college football coaches are embracing values similar to the wildly popular character Ted Lasso -- passion, energy, enthusiasm and positivity.