Lamical Perine ran 88 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, Florida’s defense delivered another gem and the No. 10 Gators beat seventh-ranked Auburn 24-13 in the Swamp on Saturday.
Khalil Tate threw for 404 yards and three touchdowns in his return from a leg injury and Arizona used stops at the goal line and midfield on Colorado's final two drives to wrap up its 35-30 win on Saturday.
Years one and two were for building. Bobby Hurley needed time to set the foundation and standards at Arizona State, recruit the right players.
No one needs to warn the Colorado Buffaloes about Khalil Tate . They know Arizona's dual-threat quarterback all too well.
Becoming a hall of famer, no matter at what level, is undoubtedly one of the highest honors an athlete can earn. And on Saturday, Oct. 19, a player, two coaches and a softball team will be inducted into Yavapai College’s 2019 Hall of Fame.
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If every match was smooth sailing, the Roughriders would have no meaning to their own name. Yavapai’s conference match against Arizona Western on Wednesday was just the latest installment of the team showing exactly why they’re called the “Roughriders.”
UCLA coach Chip Kelly was succinct when asked his opinion of California’s new law that would allow college athletes to be paid for the use of their names and likenesses.
Clemson has taken a step back in the rankings and many of the Tigers are saying that’s not a bad thing.
In a little over an hour, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University dismantled the visiting Pacific Union College Pioneers in a three set sweep on Saturday. The Eagles (13-5, 5-0 Cal Pac) didn’t allow more than 10 points in any of the sets played.
Grant Gunnell threw for 352 yards and a touchdown and Arizona held on to beat UCLA 20-17 Saturday night after JJ Molson missed a 39-yard field goal in the closing seconds.
Julian Okwara had three sacks of Notre Dame's eight sacks and caused a fumble that was returned for a touchdown as the Fighting Irish overcame a halftime deficit to beat Virginia.
There was not a shortage of goals scored in northern California Friday afternoon, when Embry-Riddle scored a dozen goals against Simpson University in a 12-0 win in their first California Pacific Conference match of 2019.
Travis Jonsen ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns to lead Montana State back from a 21-0 first-half deficit to a 49-31 win over Northern Arizona in a Big Sky Conference opener on Saturday.
The ball sat on the 3-yard line, forcing top-ranked Clemson into the most unexpected of positions.
Eno Benjamin scored his third touchdown of the game on a 3-yard run with 4:41 remaining to lead Arizona State to a 24-17 victory over No. 15 California on Friday night.
Notre Dame tries to bounce back from a painful loss and Southern California tries to build on the momentum of a surprising win in the two most notable college football matchups this week.
UCLA pulled off an epic comeback against Washington State last weekend, saving its season, possibly coach Chip Kelly's job.
Embry-Riddle (11-5, 3-0 Cal Pac) faced off against the Simpson Red Hawks (3-10, 1-3 Cal Pac) Thursday night in a blowout match.
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The start of the season couldn't have gone much better for California: a win at nationally ranked Washington to open conference play, a thrilling victory on the road against an SEC team last week and a 4-0 record that has given the 15th-ranked Golden Bears their highest ranking in a decade.
As any artist who has ever produced a hit record will attest, the follow-up can be a real challenge.
Following California’s victory over Mississippi, coach Justin Wilcox said: “We find a way to make it interesting.”