The Southeastern Conference has two schools in the state of Mississippi — and almost an entire division, in fact — stalking a berth in the new college football playoff. The Big Ten, often maligned, has Michigan State on a course for the national semifinals and a couple of other ranked, one-loss schools standing by if the Spartans falter. The Big 12 and Pac-12 each have a handful of teams in the polls, too.
Even during Duke's worst years under David Cutcliffe, the Blue Devils could always count on beating Virginia.
North Carolina State suspended seven players — including its leading tackler and a second defensive starter — for this week's game against Louisville for their involvement in a BB gun incident, coach Dave Doeren said Monday.
The penalties are adding up for North Carolina again.
The Tar Heels are among the nation's most penalized teams for the third time in as many seasons under Larry Fedora. And those mistakes have played a significant role in UNC's four-game losing streak heading into Saturday's home game with Georgia Tech.
The Kansas City Royals prefer to simply savor their exceptional performance at Camden Yards rather than ponder the historical ramifications of where it's gotten them.
Shane Carden led three long second-half touchdown drives and No. 19 East Carolina shrugged off a slow start to come back and beat South Florida 28-17 on Saturday night.
Notre Dame made too many big plays, and North Carolina made too many mistakes.
The combination was too much for the Tar Heels in a 50-43 loss to the sixth-ranked Fighting Irish on Saturday night.
No Todd Gurley? No problem for Georgia.
This time, anyway.
Strike another long losing streak off Duke's record.
Anthony Boone threw for 123 yards and a touchdown, Josh Sneed rushed for 102 yards and a score, and the Blue Devils snapped a 10-year skid against Georgia Tech by knocking off the No. 22 Yellow Jackets 31-25 Saturday.
N.C. State’s ACC losing skid climbed to 11 games Saturday evening with a 30-14 loss to Boston College in Carter-Finley Stadium.