A lot has changed for Louisville since it throttled Miami last December at the Russell Athletic Bowl.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher let loose a sly smile when asked if he had followed the Texas coaching search during his final press session before the BCS championship game.
Louisville and Miami will be playing for more than a trophy in Saturday’s Russell Athletic Bowl. The matchup will also provide both teams with a glimpse of what’s ahead.
Terell Floyd and the Louisville Cardinals gave the embattled Big East Conference at least one more triumphant night in a major bowl — and at the expense of a top team from the mighty SEC.
If Northern Illinois hadn’t blown up the Bowl Championship Series this year, the Florida Gators would be preparing for a Sugar Bowl matchup against the Oklahoma Sooners.
An extra inch or two here, one fewer mistake there, and things might have been much different for Florida International.
The FIU Panthers finally have that upset of a team from a Bowl Championship Series conference, and they can thank the senior receiver nicknamed Goodbye for playing a key part in a very big victory.
Florida International University is heading to Louisville to face the Cardinals just a week after the Panthers pasted the North Texas Mean Green.
When the University of Miami fired former head coach Randy Shannon, they knew there would be recruiting consequences. The biggest recruit in Miami’s class, Northwestern quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is really making the Canes pay.
When Gator nation awoke Thursday morning, the shock of head coach Urban Meyer leaving was finally starting to subside. Now, the focus of every Florida Gators fan turns to who will be the next coach at UF.