More college football players are entering the transfer portal each year. As the season winds down, we will analyze top players as they enter the portal and make new commitments.
The Big Ten announced Wednesday that Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud is its offensive player of the year and freshman of the year.
- Ohio State QB Stroud is Big Ten offensive POY
- Mouthguard sensors provide player safety data
- Wisconsin RB Mellusi out remainder of season
- Defense carries Wisconsin past No. 9 Iowa
On the final regular-season weekend in college football, the internet trolls were active, especially since it's Rivalry Week.
— Minnesota's fans gleefully converged on the field as Paul Bunyan's Axe was slowly paraded through the crowd, eager for a peek at this long-sought trophy that has gone so often to Wisconsin.
From the Bedlam Bell to the Platypus Trophy and everything in between, Rivalry Week's traveling trophies add an extra layer of motivation.
Beyond the obvious protection for teeth and jaws, mouthguard sensors being used by players at several schools this season are providing valuable data to help prevent serious head injuries.
— Braelon Allen continued a tradition of Wisconsin running backs steamrolling Nebraska defenses.
An Oregon stumble paves the way for Cincinnati to climb into the top four but are the Bearcats the best team in Ohio? The Buckeyes certainly have something to say about that. How did Week 12's biggest games impact this weeks Power Rankings?
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.
The chaos of the 2021 college football season continued, and the trolls were active with their commentary.
— Braelon Allen understood the importance of his role following Chez Mellusi's injury, sidelining Wisconsin's leading rusher for the rest of the season.
Wisconsin leading rusher Chez Mellusi will miss the remainder of the season because of a leg injury, Badgers head coach Paul Chryst announced on Thursday.
— Not only has Wisconsin put its horrid 1/3 start behind it, everything is suddenly within reach for the Badgers.
Ohio State, Auburn, Washington State and Wisconsin have all found ways to turn this season around.
Michigan State offers advice to Michigan alum Taylor Lewan, Wisconsin and Baylor celebrate Halloween
Week 9 in college football was filled with tricks, treats and trolls. Michigan State offered advice to Michigan alum and current Tennessee Titan Taylor Lewan, while Wisconsin and Baylor celebrated Halloween.
Graham Mertz scored on two quarterback sneaks and threw a touchdown pass to help Wisconsin trounce No. 9 Iowa 27-7 on Saturday for its fourth consecutive victory.