After three and a half years, it’s time to move on.
After six years of running Bruins Nation, this is a bittersweet farewell. I may not be around BN as much, but you’ll still be able to find me.
In the wake of the coronavirus crisis, the Pac-12 has elected to cancel all upcoming events.
The Tigers, who played a weaker schedule than the Buckeyes, are looking to repeat as National Champions.
This new law takes effect on January 1, 2020.
The loss by the Utes gives the Big 12 schools a chance to get into the College Football Playoff.
How to Watch the 2019 Pac-12 Championship Game Oregon vs. Utah: Game Time, TV Schedule, Stream, More
It’s the Huskies vs. the Utes tonight in the Pac-12 Championship Game.
The Utes are looking to claim the Pac-12 South title with a win today over the Colorado Buffaloes.
Plus, Alabama faces Auburn in the Iron Bowl.
It’s also "Cupcake Week" for a couple of ranked SEC teams.
Four of today’s late games are #Pac12AfterDark games.
The Crimson Tide need to beat Mississippi State to have a chance of moving back into the CFP Top Four.
The game between the Golden Bears and the Cougars is today’s only #Pac12AfterDark game.
#2 LSU and #3 Alabama will clash, as well as #4 Penn State and #17 Minnesota.
Both teams are trying to become bowl-eligible. Washington needs one win while Oregon State needs two wins.
The Ducks haven’t lost a Pac-12 conference game yet this season. Tonight, they visit Southern Cal looking to stay unbeaten in the Pac-12.
The winner of the Gators-Bulldogs game will likely win the SEC East.
Besides UCLA’s game, there are also two other #Pac12AfterDark games tonight.
In other early action, #13 Wisconsin visits #3 Ohio State and Arizona plays Stanford in a Pac-12 game.
Our "other favorite team" — Colorado this week — plays tonight at home in a #Pac12AfterDark matchup.
One of tonight’s teams is still, rather amazingly, undefeated while the other has been accused of tanking the season.
This will be a Pac-12 South knockdown, dragout battle
This Pac-12 game is one of just three games today between a pair of ranked teams.
This week, our second favorite team hails from South Bend, Indiana. Go Irish!