The much-maligned Bowl Championship Series will get underway in January for the final time, but not before going out with a lineup of games that are both stellar and underwhelming.
The Atlantic Coast Conference began the 2013 season hoping to get back into the race for the national championship and boost the conference’s overall image.
The Southeastern Conference is once again dominating the Bowl Championship Series standings and hopes to get two teams into major bowls. Still, multiple teams are jockeying for prime bowl position and others are simply hoping to qualify for the postseason.
The American Athletic Conference confirmed what has been known for weeks; the conference will host the annual Miami Beach Bowl starting next season. It just won’t be played on Miami Beach.
At the current pace, major college football may have bowl games for teams that simply show up each Saturday.
After more than two years of a dark cloud hanging over his program, University of Miami head coach Al Golden has his team poised to make a run at the Atlantic Coast Conference championship.
The remnants of the Big East Conference, which is now called the American Athletic Conference, is considering putting together its own bowl game and one of the mentioned possible locations could spark quite a conversation in South Florida.
After decades of waiting, it appears a four-team playoff for major college football is finally here.
As conference commissioners continue to finally put together a college football playoff for the Football Bowl Subdivision, some details are starting to trickle out ahead of a predicted full roll out later in June.
As the 2012 Bowl season heads down the final stretch, it’s safe to say that the best football in the country is played in the SEC and the Big XII.