As we approach week 7, we are officially halfway through the regular season slate of the 2016 college football season. This season has been filled with upsets and surprises through six weeks, and the latter half should be just as exciting.
The opening weekend of college football was electrifying, but week three could be even better. There are numerous games that could decide divisional winners, but there are also some of the best non-conference matchup of the year. Enough of the intro talk, though, let’s get to the games.
Stakes are high as the Big Ten Challenge continues tonight with No. 9 UNC and No. 2 Maryland
Illinois coach John Groce scored his second major commitment in as many weeks Thursday night when No. 28 senior recruit Quentin Snider (Louisville, Ky./Ballard) chose the Fighting Illini over UCLA.
Ohio State evaluated Miller’s left knee and put it in a brace. Coach Urban Meyer said at halftime that Miller had a sprained knee, and Miller did not return to the game. They Buckeyes went on to win 42-7.
Devin Gardner, wearing No. 98 to honor Michigan great Tom Harmon, threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score to lead the 17th-ranked Wolverines to a 41-30 win over the 14th-ranked Fighting Irish.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Real estate magnate and Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has donated $200 million to the University of Michigan for its business school and athletics programs.
Seven men, including Jerry Sandusky’s adopted son and a Sandusky victim key to legendary coach Joe Paterno’s firing, have finalized deals with Penn State over claims of abuse by the school’s former assistant football coach, their lawyer says.
With QB-Spectaculaire, Denard “Shoelace” Robinson having moved on to the NFL, what can we honestly expect from the Michigan Wolverines this season?