Ohio State or Oregon?

Who will it be? Tonight’s NCAA Football National Championship game is expected to be the most-watched ever. For all you need to know about the big game, go here.

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Notre Dame – Michigan rivalry comes to an end

We guess everything changes. The Big Ten has 13 teams, (or is it 14? who knows?). A few years ago, TCU played in the Rose Bowl. But one constant, (at least pretty constant) since 1977 was that early in the college football season you could count on one of the greatest games and rivalries of the season either in South Bend or Ann Arbor. And, after tomorrow’s game, that ends for the foreseeable future. It’s a shame. Here is a terrific article about The Game and it’s history by SI.com’s Michael Rosenberg. Well, at least the final game will be played in the afternoon sun on the hallowed grass field at Notre Dame stadium. Oh…wait.

College Football is finally back!

We love the start of the college football season. The NFL, coming this week, isn’t bad either. This University of Miami fan knows how to represent his team. New trend starting across the country? Let’s see who can match it!

Remember him?

It’s been seven seasons since the sonorous sounds of Keith Jackson graced the Saturday airwaves of college football. L.A. Times writer Chris Erskine recently visited the 84 year-old icon and wrote this piece, full of stories from Jackson’s life and career. And if you miss the voice, like any true college football fan does, here’s a montage of calls from Michigan games Keith Jackson covered. Proof of Jackson’s greatness is that even if you detest the Wolverines, you’ll enjoy listening anyway.

We’re ready for some football!

At long last, it’s here. A day we look forward to like Christmas and Thanksgiving. The long, yawning summer of few view-worthy sporting events has come to an end and college football kicks off tonight. You can see the full slate of games for tonight and the entire season here.