FSU and Notre Dame tangle this weekend and we know all about the Egg Bowl, so the first college football playoff will not leave out any unbeaten teams.
Still hungover from last weekend's football apocalypse, the Nole World Order trudges on to Week 7
Ole Miss should be ashamed of themselves!
The state of Mississippi ruled the craziest day of college football in a decade, but neither is #1. What's next this season?
Plant yourself on the couch and don't move this weekend. You may get bedsores. It's that good....
After number two Oregon, who was a 24-point favorite, was upset at home by unranked Arizona Thursday, a playoff spot opened up. The Ducks, who will drop in the rankings, haven’t seen their championship hopes completely dashed, but with
Former University of Mississippi basketball player Marshall Henderson has successfully outraged the Twitterverse. But all for an experiment. He tweeted just three hours ago that he’s “boycotting SportsCenter until all this Michael Sam nasty is off. My
Another close win for the No. 2 ranked Florida Gators, this time on the road as they defeated the Ole Miss Rebels 75-71. Three Gators scored in double figures with senior guard Scottie Wilbekin leading the team with 18
The Southeastern Conference fined four schools a combined $60,000 for violating league policies during the football season. Mississippi State and Mississippi were the hardest hit, with each school receiving a $25,000 fine. For more on this story visit: ESPN
According to ESPN's SportsCenter, Ole Miss G Marshall Henderson is suspended three games, including the first two, because of his behavior last season in the NCAA Tournament.