A year ago against Wisconsin, Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez rolled up a career-best 441 total yards of offense.
As many times as Alabama has either won a national title or at least reached the championship game in the past decade, it's easy to think of it as a given.
The Cowboys’ defense held Utah State to 30 points and 303 yards below their season averages last season while limiting the Aggies' star QB to a season-low in passing yards.
Cats Stats: Exploring the defense’s falloff, issues (or non-issues) with the running game and what’s led to a massive field-position deficit.
The Tigers' three game losing streak has set fire to any lofty preseason expectations.
What the New Orleans Saints didn’t lose Sunday, was control.
The Los Angeles Rams came to town 11 months ago on top of the NFC West and looking like the ultimate test for an upstart Bears team that had rattled off a five-game win streak to climb to 8-3 before losing the prior Sunday in a game they gave away to…
Former Oregon wide receiver Brenden Schooler, who announced his intentions to grad-transfer from the Ducks in October, told the Journal Star he’s been in contact with head coach Scott Frost since leaving UO.
The sometimes-explosive sophomore has struggled with consistency.
BOISE — Jaylon Henderson arrived at Boise State in January 2018 unsure of what the future would look like. He had already been at two different schools the past two years, and was ready to experience big time college football.
Former UA president Peter Likins, athletic director Jim Livengood reveal something that had been known to just three people before last week.
TUSCALOOSA — Najee Harris doesn’t think he’s improved so much as made the most of the increased opportunities that he’s been given this season.
LINCOLN — Nebraska's second-leading receiver and third-leading rusher is a game-time decision for Wisconsin, offensive coordinator Troy Walters said Wednesday.
The lights in Memorial Stadium shut off.
The Packers and 49ers had been scheduled to face off at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, at 3:25 p.m. Central time. The game will be the Packers’ fifth prime-time game of the season,
Right now, UW’s program is far and away in better shape than Nebraska’s. The Badgers got back to their identity last week, and will stick to that down the stretch as they chase a Big Ten Conference West Division championship. UW’s won eight of past nine meetings, including six straight, and they make it 9 of 10 and seven straight Saturday to retain the Freedom Trophy (above).
Scott Frost’s homecoming to Nebraska isn’t going as well as Paul Chryst’s is at Wisconsin. Frost (above) is under fire to make changes to his staff as another season slips away, while Chryst and his staff were able to use a bye week to regroup and seemingly right the ship against a tough Iowa team.
Jack Dunn misplayed a couple of Iowa punts that left the Badgers pinned deep in their own territory in the second half, while Anthony Lotti had issues punting. He averaged 34.3 yards on three punts, more than 6 yards less than his season average. If cold weather was a factor, Lotti’s in luck — forecasts call for mid-50s temperatures in Lincoln on Saturday.
Nebraska uses dual-threat quarterback Adrian Martinez (above) as the conductor of its spread offense. Despite missing two games due to a knee injury, Martinez is the team’s leading passer and rusher. The sophomore from Fresno, Calif., averages 270 total scrimmage yards per game.
The Badgers ought to be licking their chops as they prepare for the Cornhuskers’ defense. Nebraska has struggled to slow opponents’ rushing attacks, ranking 11th in the Big Ten and 83rd nationally with 173.7 yards per game allowed on the ground. In Nebraska’s past three games, all losses, Minnesota (322), Indiana (104) and Purdue (145) combined for 571 yards and nine rushing touchdowns. UW seemed to find some of its mojo on the offensive line last week against Iowa, rushing for 300 yards, 250 of which came from junior Jonathan Taylor (above), and Taylor has dominated Nebraska the past two years.
The Joe Burrow discussion among Nebraska football fans is intriguing because it emanates from a simple question: Why did Burrow never become a legacy player at Nebraska? "It's really easy," his brother, Jamie Burrow, told the Journal Star. "At every turn, there just wasn't interest from Nebraska, for one reason or another."
“It’s a big deal, especially with a newer staff, when you see guys that are exactly what you want on and off the field from a character standpoint and a mentality standpoint, and those guys are that.”
Junior Keem Green and freshman Ty Robinson are both in the picture to help over Nebraska’s final three games, defensive line coach Tony Tuioti said Tuesday.
No. 2 Sacred Heart held No. 3 Bloomfield and senior quarterback Braden Eisenhauer in check in a 36-0 victory in the Class D-2 state quarterfinals in Bloomfield.
Montana State players needed to watch a single game of film to realize the gravity of this week.
A frantic scene unfolded around Isaac Okoro in the final 27.6 seconds of Tuesday’s game at a sold-out Mitchell Center in Mobile.
The latest from Star contributor Carrie Cecil.
Elsewhere, six new members enter Missouri's Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame.
The UA hopes to silence the crowd at Autzen Stadium – and has full faith that its freshman quarterback can help achieve that goal.
The redshirt sophomore connected on 15 of 23 pass attempts against Boise State to finish with a 65.2 completion percentage -- the highest clip of his career.
Important things Arizona Wildcats football and basketball said during media availability Tuesday.
Missouri receiver Johnathon Johnson continues to fight an illness as well as a shoulder strain.
TUSCALOOSA — Like Alabama junior safety Xavier McKinney said after Saturday’s disappointing 46-41 loss to new-No. 1 LSU — the Crimson Tide isn’t done yet. Not by a long shot.
UW falls despite beating CFP No. 20 Iowa at home last week.
West Orange High School (Winter Garden, Florida) teammates Jaylon Carlies and Tyler Jones both announced their intentions to play for Missouri Tuesday night.
TUSCALOOSA — Once all the usual postgame coach-speak was through, the silence that permeated Alabama’s usually rowdy Bryant-Denny Stadium locker room hit senior defensive end Raekwon Davis like brick wall.
For the third time this season but first following a victory, the Bears assistant coaches met the media Monday.