Posted by Matt Fitzgerald on November-22-2014 Add Comments

Duke vs. Stanford: Score, Twitter Reaction from Coaches vs. Cancer Classic 2014

The AP fourth-ranked Duke Blue Devils lived up to their gaudy early-season standing on Saturday, defeating Stanford 70-59 in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic championship at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Even though the Cardinal aren't ranked, they presented a considerable challenge for the mighty Blue Devils, with key pieces from last year's nucleus that went to the Sweet 16 returning. Jonathan Givony of highlighted how Stanford matched up rather favorably: Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski was squaring ...
Posted by Ben Kercheval on November-22-2014 Add Comments

Winners and Losers from Week 13 of College Football

A dreary and rain-soaked Week 13 didn't stop college football from delivering the fireworks. While Saturday's slate looked light on paper, it was heavy with thrilling finishes from the Big Ten to the Ivy League.  From Oklahoma running back Samaje Perine breaking Melvin Gordon's one-week old rushing record, to another Florida State scare, a lot happened on Saturday. UCLA took full control of the Pac-12 South race and Missouri came one step closer to clinching the SEC ...
Posted by Tim Keeney on November-22-2014 Add Comments

USC vs. UCLA: Score and Twitter Reaction

 The Victory Bell will remain in Westwood.  In one of college football's most famous rivalries, No. 9 UCLA remained right in the thick of the College Football Playoff picture with a dominant 38-20 win over No. 19 UCLA. After five consecutive defeats in the all-Los Angeles matchup, the Bruins have now won three in a row. And as ESPN Stats & Info noted, they have done so in emphatic offensive fashion: Brett Hundley threw for 326 yards and ...
Posted by Tristan Thornburgh on November-22-2014 Add Comments

Duke’s Justise Winslow Jumps over Stanford’s Chasson Randle for Block

Duke freshman Justise Winslow put in all he had to make sure there was no chance at an and-one basket here. As Stanford's Chasson Randle drew a foul, his attempt to get a tough layup to fall was thwarted by Winslow jumping clear over him to get the block. [Vine]Read more College Basketball news on
Posted by Brian Jones on November-22-2014 Add Comments

Samford vs. Auburn: Game Grades and Analysis for the Tigers

After a two-game losing streak, the Auburn Tigers looked to get back on track against the Samford Bulldogs at Jordan-Hare Stadium. They really didn’t get back on track, but the Tigers did win 31-7. Here’s a look at the final box score thanks to Auburn trailed 7-0 early in the second quarter. But the Tigers did go on a 31-0 run to win their eighth game of the year. As good as the Tigers looked in ...
Posted by Adam Kramer on November-22-2014 Add Comments

College Football Fans Deserve Better Than Cupcake Saturday in November

For the first time in a long time, I left a college football Saturday completely unsatisfied. It’s as if this was only a tease—a warm-up, if you will—and the main act was still to follow, even with the schedule completely out of options.  There had to be more. Given all the intrigue and excitement that we’ve been treated to over the course of this season, there’s no possible way this FCS-laced, blowout-heavy installment could come with ...
Posted by Tristan Thornburgh on November-22-2014 Add Comments

Student Reporter Says Talk Around School Is ‘Jesus, Girls and Marcus Mariota’

Oregon football coach Mark Helfrich wanted to know what high school students thought about quarterback Marcus Mariota's draft status, but he may not have realized how important the decision was to everyone. A student from O'Hara Catholic High School in Eugene, Oregon, broke down what high school conversations revolved around, and it apparently comes down to "Jesus, girls and Marcus Mariota." [YouTube]Read more College Football news on
Posted by Bob Ferrante on November-22-2014 Add Comments

FSU’s Ability to Finish Games Makes ‘Noles the Most Dangerous Playoff Threat

Give Florida State points for creativity. The Seminoles find players—and ways—to win almost every Saturday. FSU has won by playing poorly in the first half only to make second-half adjustments. The team has alternately leaned on quarterback Jameis Winston, cornerback Jalen Ramsey, the freshmen, the running game and, on Saturday, a Roberto Aguayo field goal with three seconds left to seal a 20-17 win. While critics have hammered FSU for what it's not, the Seminoles can enjoy ...
Posted by Team Stream Now on November-22-2014 Add Comments

Should Jameis Winston Have Been Ejected After Shoving Referee?

Florida State quarterback Jamies Winston was involved in a bizarre play during Saturday's 20-17 win over the Boston College Eagles when he came in contact with an official in the midst of running the hurry-up offense. Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Michael Felder discusses the incident in the video above. Should Winston have been ejected?Check out the video and let us know! Read more College Football news on
Posted by Phil Callihan on November-22-2014 Add Comments

Michigan’s Loss to Maryland Should Seal Brady Hoke’s Fate

The Michigan Wolverines had battled back from the brink of disaster after a disappointing 2-4 start to their season. Brady Hoke had survived the turmoil that claimed athletic director David Brandon and had rallied his team. Michigan needed a victory over Maryland to seal a bowl bid, a goal that a month ago had seemed nearly impossible. But instead of becoming bowl eligible, Michigan collapsed in a flurry of bad penalties, losing a game that it ...