College Football America Top 30: Rivalry Week Was Everything

The Storyline Rivalry weekend was everything it’s supposed to be with upsets, near upsets, and shootouts everywhere you looked. But nothing was bigger than the Michigan Wolverines’ takedown of Ohio State at the Big House (which our College Football America editor Matthew Postins attended, by the way. Check out his photo gallery from the game).Continue reading “College Football America Top 30: Rivalry Week Was Everything”

College Football America Top 30: Oregon is Done

The Storyline The Oregon Ducks are out. The Ducks’ resume was built on a road win at Ohio State early in the season, and it was the only thing keeping them locked into one of the Top 4 spots reserved for the College Football Playoff after a terrible midseason loss in overtime at Stanford. ButContinue reading “College Football America Top 30: Oregon is Done”

Texas Loss to Kansas Grabbed Attention For All The Wrong Reasons

The Texas Longhorns entered Saturday’s game well out of our Top 30 at No. 44, but on a week when most of the top teams were going through the motions against lesser opponents, the Longhorns managed to grab attention Saturday night with one of the day’s biggest stories. Unfortunately for Texas, it’s not a goodContinue reading “Texas Loss to Kansas Grabbed Attention For All The Wrong Reasons”

Wake Forest, Michigan State Losses Have Different Impacts

The Storyline After singing the praises of undefeated Michigan State and Wake Forest in last week’s edition of “The Storyline,” the story this week is that neither team survived the weekend unscathed. Both had tough road games, with Michigan State losing, 40-29, to No. 35 Purdue, while Wake Forest lost to North Carolina, 58-55. BothContinue reading “Wake Forest, Michigan State Losses Have Different Impacts”

‘Tennessee has the worst fan base in college football’

Note: This is an editorial by our College Football America Yearbook publisher Kendall Webb. The views are entirely his. It was another crazy, beautiful Saturday of college football action in Week 7. But, unfortunately, “the storyline” this week is about the non-football action on the field at Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium late Saturday night. Near theContinue reading “‘Tennessee has the worst fan base in college football’”

College Football America FBS Top 30: Georgia Holds Firm at No. 1

At the top of our College Football America Yearbook FBS rankings for Week 7, Georgia holds on to the No. 1 spot after beating No. 9 Kentucky, 30-13. Look, the visiting Wildcats did all they could do, but they just couldn’t crack Georgia’s defense. But then again, nobody has figured out how to do thatContinue reading “College Football America FBS Top 30: Georgia Holds Firm at No. 1”

CFA Top 30: Alabama Gets Rolled, Georgia At The Top

Wow. What a Saturday it was in college football, and it’s hard to know where to start. So let’s just break it down from the top and start with the end of the day and Texas A&M’s mind-blowing win over No. 1 Alabama. If you thought Alabama was going to wipe the field with TexasContinue reading “CFA Top 30: Alabama Gets Rolled, Georgia At The Top”

CFA Top 30: Florida Fails to Nudge Alabama Out of No. 1

In one of the games that could ultimately help determine the College Football Playoff field, the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide started fast and then held on for dear life against the CFA No. 8 Florida Gators. Alabama raced out to a 21-3 first-quarter lead at The Swamp, but Florida consistently outplayed the Tide at homeContinue reading “CFA Top 30: Florida Fails to Nudge Alabama Out of No. 1”

Longhorns finally set aside pride to rejoin Aggies in the SEC

Shortly after our College Football America Yearbook Editor-in-Chief Matthew Postins signed off on the final proofs for our 2021 edition, we went to press, only to be upstaged by the biggest news of the offseason — Texas and Oklahoma were headed to the SEC. While the timing was a surprise, the actual news itself wasn’tContinue reading “Longhorns finally set aside pride to rejoin Aggies in the SEC”