UConn is better known for basketball than football, though the school has consistently had players move on to NFL careers. Now an independent, the university was previously a member of the American Athletic Conference. It is part of the NCAA’s Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), formerly known as Division I-A, the highest level of college football. … [Read more...] about UConn Is First Major College Football Program To Cancel 2020 Season
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Four of the team's scheduled games -- home tilts versus Indiana and Maine, as well as road contests at Illinois and Mississippi -- had already been canceled by those schools' conferences. Wednesday's news wipes out eight additional games, including matchups with Atlantic Coast Conference schools Virginia and North Carolina that were already in question. … [Read more...] about UConn becomes first school in college football’s top division to cancel 2020 season
Since the season resumed in May, Harvick and Keselowski have had similar stats. Harvick has four wins since May; Keselowski has three. Harvick has six finishes of third or better; Keselowski has five such finishes. Harvick has 13 top 10s in 16 races; Keselowski has the same total. … [Read more...] about Power Rankings: Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski remain 1-2
The CFP management committee also decided Wednesday teams competing in the national championship and New Year's Six bowl games will arrive a day later than usual in order to shorten the amount of time teams spend in the cities before games. Media day will move to a virtual setting because of the change. … [Read more...] about College Football Playoff delays final rankings; semifinals still scheduled for Jan. 1
Stewart Mandel raised this question for fans Thursday when he tweeted, “Theory: Once fans get a taste of a 10-game conference schedule with few or no buy games, they’re never going to want to go back.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) … [Read more...] about Will 10-Game Conference Schedules Become The New Normal In College Football?