Missing the NCAA tournament and spring football? Well, here's an early look at what might happen if Mike Leach had his way and we had a 64-team college football playoff.
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With players making their NFL draft declarations and many programs shuffling their coaching staffs, our second Way-Too-Early Top 25 looks a lot different than a month ago, as the offseason challenges mount for defending champ LSU, among others.
- Boise State files lawsuit against Mountain West
- Boise St. promotes Kiesau to offensive coordinator
- Boise St. sack master Weaver to enter NFL draft
- LSU atop CFP again; Alabama stays at No. 5
New quarterbacks at LSU, Alabama and Oklahoma and familiar coaches in new places have us eager to kick off the 2020 season.
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In a lawsuit filed last week in Idaho, Boise State alleges that the MWC reneged on two promises the league made when the Broncos agreed to stay -- and not leave for the Big East -- in 2012.
These are the players, led by No. 1 Clemson's WR Joe Ngata, who are expected to make big leaps next season.
Boise State promoted Eric Kiesau on Wednesday to offensive coordinator, replacing the departed Zak Hill.
It's never too early to take a look at the top 25 for next season, right? Right. Here's our first take on next season after LSU wrapped up its national title.
Boise State junior linebacker Curtis Weaver, who finishes his college career with 34 sacks in 39 games over three seasons, will enter the 2020 NFL draft, he said Saturday.
Jacob Eason threw for 210 yards and a touchdown and Washington sent out coach Chris Petersen with a 38-7 victory over No. 18 Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl on Saturday night.
Everyone seems to know Jon Anderson, a 42-year-old with special needs who has been welcomed into the football and basketball programs. 'There's no one more loyal,' says former coach Chris Petersen.
Will Alabama show up with a point to prove against Michigan? Who will get a bowl bump heading into next season and which game could feature a points explosion? These are the storylines we'll be watching.