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  • Times' college football rankings: Alabama is No. 1 after Stanford's loss

    Rankman's pipe dream of Stanford and Northwestern meeting in the BCS title game at the Rose Bowl is over. Gone is the utopian idea two schools with integrity and academic standards might also compete on football's grandest stage. We're left now with a No....
  • College football top 25 countdown: No. 25 Oklahoma

    Don't get mad, Sooner Nation, get nostalgic. Ranking Oklahoma at No. 25 seems almost sacrilege until you rewind tape of last year's Cotton Bowl drubbing by Texas A&M. Johnny Manziel embarrassed Oklahoma's defense for 516 total yards in a 41-13 win...
  • Auburn, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Vanderbilt pull off SEC shockers

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Nick Marshall accounted for four scores and No. 24 Auburn battered Johnny Manziel in a 45-41 win over No. 7 Texas A&M on Saturday. Tre Mason's 5-yard score with less than two minutes to play was first ruled down at the 1, but...
  • No. 1 Alabama rolls past Virginia Tech; No. 2 Ohio State tops Buffalo

    No. 1 Alabama rolls past Virginia Tech; No. 2 Ohio State tops Buffalo
    ATLANTA -- Christion Jones became the first Alabama player since at least the 1940s to have two returns for touchdowns, Vinnie Sunseri brought back an interception for another TD, and the top-ranked Crimson Tide overcame a sluggish offensive performance...
  • Atlantic Coast Conference gets its turn in the spotlight

    Atlantic Coast Conference gets its turn in the spotlight
    The Atlantic Coast Conference has been waiting so many years for this stand-alone moment it might collectively have to take a nervous pill and sit down. The ACC has spent years failing to prove it was more than just a basketball conference. It wanted so...
  • Some routs just don't follow the rules

    Some routs just don't follow the rules
    North Texas visited Oklahoma on opening weekend in 2007 and was clobbered, 79-10. A few days later, sitting in his home office a few blocks from where the wipeout took place, Barry Switzer said North Texas got what it deserved. "They had no game...
  • College football: Play it forward

    1: Oklahoma looks to avenge last year's shocking 30-13 home loss to Notre Dame when it visits South Bend. The win legitimized Notre Dame as a national title contender and improved its all-time record over Oklahoma to 9-1. The Sooners' lone win in the...
  • Power conferences in college football gain even more strength

    College football commissioners were going to end their three-day unity conference in Pasadena with a round of "Kumbaya" at the hotel's valet carport. That was before the consulting firm that dreamed up "College Football Playoff" suggested something more...
  • College football: The Times' top 25

    College football: The Times' top 25
    A week of lopsided matchups produced the anomaly of no schools dropping in, or out, of the rankings. Rankman could only rearrange the flowers in his vase and subtly chide-slide Michigan for flirting with losses in consecutive games. The bottom could...
  • Oklahoma, Ole Miss must put aside history for Saturday's games

    It's time to get ready-set-hut for two of Saturday's marquee games: Oklahoma at Notre Dame and Mississippi at Alabama. Both are intriguing and consequential, with all four schools dripping with pedigree. The teams enter with an average Associated...
  • Pac-12 provides more late-night drama and controversy

    Pac-12 provides more late-night drama and controversy
    The Pac-12 continued its (Eastern) time-honored tradition of playing host to some of the most compelling football ever played after midnight in Altoona. Anybody can roll out great games on CBS in broad daylight, but the Pac-12 excels at impasses with...
  • Teel Time: Explaining Virginia Tech's rash of early football games

    Teel Time: Explaining Virginia Tech's rash of early football games
    Virginia Tech’s home football game Saturday against North Carolina will start shortly after 12:30, ideal for newspaper hacks fighting early deadlines, anathema to fans who crave more tailgate time and believe Lane Stadium rocks best after dark....