While Aaron Rodgers was critical of the Packers' engagement level in a Nov. 1 loss to the Vikings, Matt LaFleur vented about his team’s “juice” in a Nov. 15 win over Jacksonville, though he later said he might have overreacted in the immediate aftermath of the game.
After overcoming a torn ACL and suffering personal loss, UW junior Scott Nelson has become a voice for mental health awareness.
State Journal beat reporters Colten Bartholomew and Jim Polzin are back to break down the Gophers canceling the Battle for Paul Bunyan's Axe due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
"A little of what I expected the first time with these guys," said JSU coach Ray Harper, who has 11 new players on a roster of 15 players. "I thought we competed, but when we gave up second and third shots, they made us pay."
Tilmon's continued progress stood out in Missouri's 91-64 win over Oral Roberts Wednesday.
Mike Dawson took to the radio, and among the highlights from his appearance is his strong praise for JoJo Domann.
Steven M. Sipple and Parker Gabriel preview Nebraska's Black Friday game at Iowa.
Arizona's thin secondary became slimmer, after safety Christian Young opted out of the season.
Nebraska's offense and defense each rank dead last in the Big Ten in third-down conversions. It adds up to a 1-3 start.
Nebraska and Boston College both have to win recruiting battles on the road, primarily for three-star targets, says Mike Farrell of Rivals.com.
Breaking down Nebrasketball's big win its season opener, previewing the football team's Black Friday clash and more.
After a tumultuous offseason, Iowa started the season 2-0. Then it won its rattled off three straight blowout wins ahead of Friday's clash.
Walters missed the team's game versus South Carolina but will be back with the team against Vanderbilt.
Drew Lock led the Broncos to an upset win over the Miami Dolphins, while Sheldon Richardson tallied two QB hits for Cleveland.
Make sure the remote control has good batteries. Here is your TV guide to the weekend in college football: