1:54 AM EST, Fri November 28, 2014
NCAA Rumors & News
Times-Picayune 1 min ago
Miles avoids first three-game losing streak at LSU
Times-Picayune 6 mins ago
Aggies lose fourth straight to LSU
Texas College Blog | Dallas Morning News 7 mins ago
James McFarland (40) of the TCU Horned Frogs sacks Tyrone Swoopes (18) of the Texas Longhorns at the Darrell K Royal -Texas Memorial Stadium on November 27, 2014 in Austin. Texas. (Photo: Chris Covatta/)
Times-Picayune 11 mins ago
LSU and Texas A&M kickoff at 6:32 p.m.
Times-Picayune 12 mins ago
An expected rebuilding year teetered on the brink of much better--and much worse--sometimes all within the same game.
Times-Picayune 17 mins ago
The Tigers rushed for 384 yards.
Times-Picayune 20 mins ago
LSU beat writer Jim Kleinpeter and columnist Ron Higgins break down the Tigers' 23-17 victory over Texas A&M.
Columbus Dispatch 21 mins ago
As tradition dictates, the Ohio State seniors will be introduced one at a time before Saturday’s 111th game with Michigan, and they will stride onto the field with a rose in hand but, to hear them tell it, a void in their competitive hearts.
Seattle Times 23 mins ago
WASHINGTON 78, San Jose State 56
After a down-to-the-wire, 1-point game last year at Michigan, No. 6 Ohio State (10-1, 7-0) gets its turn to host The Game against the Wolverines (5-6, 3-4) on Senior Day. Ohio State has already won its Big Ten division, while Michigan needs a victory to be bowl eligible.
Here are five key factors for Ohio State to beat Michigan.
Fact is, the real threat to the rivalry isn’t the Buckeyes’ recent dominance or Michigan’s recent problems, but the Big Ten’s division setup and league championship game, which ensures that the stakes for this game will never again be as high they once were.
Here are the predictions of our experts -- and baseball manager who played for Michigan -- for the Ohio State game against Michigan.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer 32 mins ago
(AP) — Donaven Dorsey scored 17 points and Robert Upshaw tied his own school record with seven blocked shots, powering Washington to a 78-56 rout of San Jose State on Thursday night in the opening round of the Wooden Legacy tournament. Washington (4-0) built a 40-23 halftime lead, shooting 53.8 percent from the field while holding San Jose State to 28.1 percent (9 for 32).
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