Strange thinking observed in New York Times, Chicago Tribune
College football kicks off this weekend, and anything is possible—even the thought of someone besides Alabama winning the national championship.
Perpetually the whipping boy in the formidable, old-school Big Ten, they’ve often lacked the fortitude to hold off the conference’s big boys.
Let’s talk about something more pleasant than the No. 1 ranked Irish. Please.
The improbable tale of how I found comfort in cheering for Texas A&M
A rare instance in which I am forced to change the subject away from college football
I hate it when I’m right about my team losing
Michigan and Michigan State get ready to square off on the football field for the 105th time
A string of flops by football teams in purple, including my favorite, leaves me displeased
In football, the numbers don’t lie, except when they do
This week’s roundup of college football in the Big Ten and beyond
Lots of patsies are on the football schedule this week, except for Michigan, which will of course beat Notre Dame
On the upside, there’s lots of room for improvement in Big Ten football
Hate is a strong word, but I really, really, really don’t like Notre Dame football
A look at this week’s matchups in the Big Ten and beyond