It’s game week in college football and the Roundup has a bunch of stories that will get you fired up for the season. Just click and read.
New BYU offensive coordinator Ty Detmer is starting his college coaching career at the school where he won the Heisman Trophy.
Former Virginia coach Mike London is re-starting his career as an assistant coach at Virginia.
Arizona assistant coach Rod Smith, a big man with a big personality, is one of the best recruiters on the Wildcats’ staff.
Inside the beautiful – and brash – mind of UCLA sophomore quarterback Josh Rosen.
Veteran scribe Lee Barfnecht explains why Nebraska hasn’t won a conference championship in 16 seasons.
Baylor fans are ready for the season to start after what was “definitely not the typical offseason.”
Reasons why defensive coordinators are figuring out schemes to slow down no-huddle, fast-break offenses in college football.
Before they meet in Saturday’s season opener, interesting back story on USC and Alabama “warring” over use of a song.
Iowa’s 2015 season didn’t end well but quarterback C.J. Beathard and the Hawkeyes are ready to make another run at a Big Ten title.
Coach Kevin Wilson believes the Indiana program has turned the corner.