OK, you’ve probably survived the Back To Work Blues for this Monday, but you can cheer yourself up by reading some of these great stories in The Roundup. Just click and read.
Michigan State is proving that its recruiting power is strong and that it doesn’t rebuild, it reloads.
Georgia running back Nick Chubb shredded his knee last season but he’s back on the field thanks to some special training – in taekwondo.
Dan Wolken of USAToday checks in with his weekly Misery Index ranking of the college football programs feeling the most pain.
A breakdown of one Ohio State scoring drive illustrates the mismatch Oklahoma found itself in Saturday night. Great work here by Guerin Emig of the Tulsa World.
It has been 20 years since college football changed to the overtime format, eliminating ties.
A thrifty librarian donated $1 million from his savings to New Hampshire … and many are outraged that the school used the money to buy a new scoreboard for the football stadium.
HBCUs – historically black colleges and universities – have to help finance their football programs by playing “money” games against FBS schools.
Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune opposed the College Football Playoff. But as it heads into Year Three, he admits he was wrong.
Basketball is just around the corner and here’s a good read on how Davidson coach Bob McKillop (remember, he coached Steph Curry) has stocked his roster with international players.