The Roundup is here with a great collection of stories to help you get over and through Hump Day. Just click and read.
Colorado’s game-winning touchdown in its upset at Oregon came on Bryce Bobo’s one-handed catch. Here’s how it happened.
The secondary has become the cornerstone for a Washington team that might be a dark horse College Football Playoff contender.
Iowa senior quarterback C.J. Beathard has football in his blood and his family tree might be the most interesting in college football.
What if commissioner Larry Scott’s Pac-12 Network turns into a profit center and becomes the future of conference networks?
Here’s a lengthy Q and A with NCAA president Mark Emmert (suggestion: load up on caffeine before clicking).
Wisconsin athletic director and former coach Barry Alvarez uses a strength of schedule formula developed by the Michigan State director of basketball operations.
This is one potential candidate in the LSU coaching search that is far off the radar and hiring him would weaken one of the Tigers’ biggest rivals.
Ohio State’s Urban Meyer has some good arguments against an early signing date in football.
Linebacker Luke Stice, who has walked on at Houston and Texas Tech and earned a scholarship at both schools, plays for the memory of a friend and former high school teammate who died at the age of 18.