Shane is back from his trip! He talks about how fun it was, and how the Mariners went 0-4 in games he attended. So, you can blame Shane for the … Continue Reading The BS Show: What Servais would you say you provide here?
The Pac-12 saw very little movement in the AP Poll despite USC’s loss to Notre Dame.
College football is back, and it’s going to be an action packed weekend. Here are three things to watch for.
This fall camp has been calm so far this season for Washington State…and that’s surprising.
Alabama’s demolition of the Badgers, Ohio State’s slow start against Virginia Tech, and much, much more from the first week of college football.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are the 2015 national champions. It wasn’t even a close game between them and the Oregon Ducks.
The No. 2 Oregon Ducks look to end their national title drought against No. 3 Ohio State. We take a look at three things to watch for during the National Championship game.
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Stanford rocks Pac-12 title race with upset of No. 8 UCLA in blow-out win
The college football playoff selection committee released its top 25 Tuesday night. Three teams from the SEC made the top four spots, and the Pac-12 was surprisingly well represented in the poll.
The Cougars were expected to lose this game by a 17 points. Stanford ended up covering the spread, thanks to a late touchdown. While it was a tough game for Cougar fans to watch, it wasn’t all that surprising.
Cougar football lost a tough game to Cal. We take a look at Connor Halliday’s record setting night, two big kick returns, and a lot of random stuff in college football’s wacky nightcap.
The Cougars overcame a 21-0 first quarter deficit to upset Utah, in Utah. Washington State’s senior QB Connor Halliday had himself on hell of a game in the second half.
The Washington State Cougars should have upended No. 2 Oregon in its conference opener. Connor Halliday picked apart the Ducks’ defense, and the Cougar defense picked apart Oregon’s offensive line. But the Cougars couldn’t pull out the win.
The third week of college football saw a major upset in the Top-25, and the Pac-12. Find out how that impacted out power rankings.
No. 7 UCLA’s trip to Charlottesville, Va. was supposed to be a chance for the Bruins to show case the team’s talent and national title inspirations; instead it became the … Continue Reading Virginia third-string QB Matt Johns steals the show in Charlottesville