The Clemson Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide played an epic national title game on Monday night. The problem? A classic that ended at 12:30 am in the Eastern time zone forced many to have to choose between work/sleep and the game. It’s an unfortunate situation with no real answers. Or are there?
Ohio State headed to the College Football Playoff once again after earning a No. 3 seed in the 2016 tournament.
All the Ohio State Buckeyes can do is watch and wait in hopes of the College Football Playoff committee setting a new precedent with a non-conference champion.
With only conference championships left to play, the Ohio State Buckeyes are ranked No. 2 in both the AP and Coaches poll.
WFNY would like you to know the SEC was lucky to go 7-7 in Week 1. Oh, and the Ohio State Buckeyes are No. 4 ranked team.
National Signing Day appears to have turned the tide, placing the Ohio State Buckeyes as the odds-on favorite to win it all this fall.
In one of the greatest college football games ever, No. 4 Auburn upended No. 1 Alabama 34-28 in an epic Iron Bowl on a missed field goal return for touchdown. The upset moves No. 3 Ohio State into the BCS Championship picture. The Tigers (11-1, 7-1 SEC) trailed the Buckeyes by a sizeable margin —
In tonight’s updated BCS standings, the Ohio State Buckeyes edged fellow power conference unbeaten Baylor by just .001 for the No. 3 spot. Alabama and Florida State maintained their stranglehold over the top two spots. The Tide held on in a tight defensive battle against Mississippi State, while the Seminoles destroyed ACC foe Syracuse. But
The season debut of the BCS rankings was revealed last night, and the Ohio State Buckeyes (7-0) are fourth behind Alabama, Florida State and Oregon. If there was a surprise in the rankings, it may have been Florida State edging out Oregon for the second spot. The Seminoles beat previously undefeated Clemson 51-14 on Saturday
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And it’s over! After three days and countless trades, the Browns are down with their selections in the 2012 NFL Draft. The final selection with the 40th pick in the seventh round was tight end Brad Smelley from Alabama. Fittingly, ESPN just showcased on the bottom line that Smelley had a career-high four touchdown receptions
The Cleveland Browns traded with the Minnesota Vikings in order to get it done. In the end, they just needed to trade a bit extra to ensure they got their guy. Their guy turns out to be Trent Richardson, the No. 1 running back on the board out of Alabama. Richardson shouldn’t be unfamiliar to
I know Trent Richardson doesn’t need help from a lot of you who are already sold on the running back from Alabama, but I know many aren’t sold. For some, there are unwritten rules about taking running backs that high in the draft. I’ve even heard some people try to compare Richardson to Adrian Peterson
Now that the Browns have vacated a good portion of their front seven, the mock draft people are starting to take that cue and associate the Browns with defensive linemen. First up as Rick pointed out in WWW this morning is Marcell Dareus from Alabama. Obviously these guys will have nothing but highlights on Youtube,