College football cupcakes

John Coon of Athlonsports.com has ranked the ten most embarrassing “cupcake” or mismatch games of the upcoming 2018 season. And this doesn’t even include Incarnate Word vs. New Mexico. Wouldn’t it be great if one of these teams pulled an upset? Schedule up if you want to go to the playoff!

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Top Ten College Football Traditions

We love college football. Here is a fun look at some of the top traditions nationally. Courtesy USA Today.

Get caught up in college football

If you missed this weekend’s highlights, here you go, courtesy of NCAA.

Silly Scheduling

We’re big college football fans and we love a good Saturday of big-time action. We were really excited about tomorrow knowing that four games pitting Top-25 teams against each other were on tap. Then we looked at the schedule and realized they are all scheduled to be televised at virtually the same time. #13 Auburn vs. #3 Clemson begins at 7:00 PM EST, then at 7:30 #5 Oklahoma and #2 Ohio State square off as do #24 Notre Dame and #15 Georgia. One hour later the matchup between #14 Stanford and #6 USC begins. Was there no way to space these out any better? Or is this a case of network greed for prime time advertising winning out over what’s best for the fans?

College football rankings

Are you a fan of college football? How could you not be? You’ve probably already seen the first College Football Playoff rankings and may be wondering about some of the picks. (Clemson over Michigan, one-loss Texas A&M over undefeated Washington), but if you have questions, SB Nation has the answers. Go (insert school nickname here)!

What more could a sports fan want?

The Cubs and the Indians in the World Series. College football. NFL. Hockey season has started and so has the NBA. It’s that magical time of year when the four major sports seasons collide in spectacular fashion, if only of for one more day. Savor it, sports fans. It is like the Hailey’s comet of fandom!

How does this sound?

Are you one of the legions of fans who feel that the current NCAA Football format of a four-team playoff doesn’t go far enough? There are several teams that will be left out of the playoff who may very well be better than some of the four that will be in. Here is a good take on the situation, and a solution we would love to see implemented.