Players from the big three -- Alabama, Georgia and Ohio State -- combined for 10 of the 26 slots on our All-America team for a 2022 season that is still eight months away.
After a wild season of plot twists and fantastic finishes, Bill Connelly looks back at his 100 favorite games of 2021.
- Bama QB Young leads AP All-America 1st team
- Army cadets nab wrong goat in Navy mascot raid
- Army launches fund drive for stadium project
- Army takes Vols' Liberty Bowl spot, will face WVU
Our staff breaks down the entire bowl season with analysis from every game.
From postgame celebrations to the best on-field moments, follow along for the highlights of bowl season.
Bowl season is upon us. Here's what you need to know about every game, through the College Football Playoff.
Dave Matter joins the show to talk about Mizzou football.
— Cole Talley kicked a 41-yard field goal as time expired and Army rallied to beat Missouri 24-22 in the Armed Forces Bowl on Wednesday night.
Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young and Alabama teammates Will Anderson Jr. and Jameson Williams have been selected as All-Americans by The Associated Press, giving the top-ranked Crimson Tide more players on the first team than any other school.
Alabama quarterback Bryce Young secured the Heisman Trophy Saturday, and achieved multiple historical feats in the process.
— Navy had its way with Army. It was good, aggressive, lucky and most of all angry with the idea the Black Knights had turned the tables in one of college football's biggest rivalries.
Rivalry Week is here, and of course Ohio State has not missed a beat in prepping for Michigan. Come back throughout the day for Saturday's best.
— Jakobi Buchanan ran for three touchdowns and Christian Anderson threw for a score and Army beat Liberty 31-16 on Saturday.
Army cadets attempting to kidnap the U.S. Naval Academy's mascot ahead of the annual Army-Navy football game nabbed the wrong goat during this past weekend's hijinks
— Tyrell Robinson ran for an 87-yard touchdown and finished with 137 of Army's 377 rushing yards as the Black Knights ran over UMass, 33-17 on Saturday.
— Jabari Laws passed for a score, Tyson Riley was one of eight Black Knights to rush for a touchdown, and Army rolled over Bucknell 63-10 on Saturday.
— Jordyn Law recovered teammate Christian Anderson's fumble at the goal line for an overtime touchdown and Army defeated Air Force 21-14 on Saturday.
Appalachian State got things off to a wild start on Wednesday night, beating undefeated Coastal Carolina. Wake Forest put up 70 against Army. What other excitement did college football's Week 8 provide?
— When it was over, Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson used one word to describe it: “Wow!”