Your college team may have battled its way into a top bowl game, but are its fans die-hard enough to fly in for the match-up?
A week ago, The Internet was all aflutter that Nick Saban would ride into Austin, Texas as the all-conquering messiah of the Texas Longhorns football program.
Today I hit the wall simply by reading the NCAA's schedule of bowl games. Here it is only two days after the bowl pairings were announced and I am already approaching that semi-nauseous state of bowl fatigue.
High school seniors set all of their hopes on that one college, and they find out right before their final exams of first semester if they got in. With social media, the notification process is public; when a student gets admitted, everyone knows.
The 2013 college football regular season will conclude this Saturday when Army faces Navy in Philadelphia for its traditional rivalry game.
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When I read Angela's college application essays this week, my heart broke. She revealed information that I never knew about her and her family even though her mother has worked as my cleaning lady for almost 10 years.
With just one week left on the college football regular season schedule, the BCS bowl picture is nearly set.
I've always been a champion of kids pursuing their dreams. But sometimes in life, extraordinary circumstances may force us to temporarily put our dreams on hold. The most important thing is to never lose sight of that dream, no matter what punches life may throw in our way.
Ultimately, this game features two very good teams that are pretty good at just about everything, yet none rank within the top five nationally in anything.
The game, which takes place at Mississippi State, is the seventh most expensive game of the week at an average price of $115. It's also the most expensive Mississippi State ticket all season.
On any given Saturday, a community like the one in Madison Wisconsin is not divided by class, race or creed but instead united by their football team.
Two weeks ago in this same feature, we projected Oklahoma State's upset win over Texas Tech. This week, Oklahoma State is getting too much credit as a three point favorite on the road against one of the most experienced and hottest teams in the country.
As Texas A&M and Georgia have proven in the past two seasons, attacking Alabama with multiple, physical weapons and a fast pace is the best way to stay in the game with the Crimson Tide.
The football season on the professional level and every tier below it has become an iconic fall tradition of American culture. This glorification of a sport, particularly in the case of college athletes, put priorities in the wrong spot though.
Should there even be high school football? Just asking that question is probably an affront to players and their fans at every level. But I'm asking because the question needs to be asked. Because don't we put student safety above all else?