Tickets to this year’s Orange Bowl match up between Florida State and Northern Illinois University are selling like hot cakes on NIU campus.
Florida State has regained its perch atop the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The Florida Gators’ victory over in-state rival Florida State not only ended the Seminoles’ slim hopes of Bowl Championship Series championship consideration, but also likely guaranteed the Gators a trip to the Sugar Bowl.
The Orange Bowl may be inviting a Mid-American Conference to the legendary game if Kent State University manages to move up one spot in the Bowl Championship Series rankings.
Just four weeks after suffering its first loss of the season, No. 6 Florida suddenly finds itself back in the national title hunt.
The University of Miami will not be going bowling for a second consecutive season as the school announced a self-imposed postseason ban Monday morning, just two days after becoming bowl-eligible.
Miami’s decision to self-impose a second-straight postseason ban didn’t come as a surprise to most observers, even though it is unprecedented in NCAA history. But, with such a young roster, the move could be especially wise.
Devonta Freeman ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns, Florida State’s top-ranked defense lived up to its billing and the No. 10 Seminoles rolled past Maryland 41-14 Saturday to earn a spot in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.
Playing this year’s Florida State Seminoles team can be tough enough if you have a completely healthy roster. But Maryland heads into Saturday’s game with a linebacker at quarterback and multiple players sidelined with injuries.
After Texas A&M sprung the improbable upset of Alabama Saturday, the top of the college football rankings were going to undergo some change. The AP released its rankings Sunday and the Oregon Ducks is the new number one team in the nation.