Favorites Remain at the Top in College Football

The NCAA Division I college football season is in full swing and, through nine weeks, has not disappointed. There have been countless upsets, coaching scandals, and many debates about the teams primed to make the four team playoff for the national championship.

How old is he?

In 2009, the San Diego Padres drafted Donavan Tate, an athletic outfielder from Cartersville, Ga., with the third overall selection in the First-Year Player Draft. The First-Year Player Draft takes place in June, and there are over 40 rounds with over 1200

College football playoff preview

The calendars have been flipped to November. The final third of the college football season is here. As the dust settles and a clearer picture of the state of many teams emerges, it seems apt to look forward to the College Football

Now who’s number one?

There are only two words to describe college football this week; Lamar and Jackson. Admittedly, I could use those words every week – that’s just how dominant the University of Louisville quarterback has been through these first four weeks of the season.

As autumn nears, college football takes the stage

Can you smell it in the air? The freshly cut grass, the pungent scent of brand new leather, the cookout on a hot Saturday, the sweat of thousands packed into a stadium? Probably not, because you’re at Swarthmore. Imagine for a moment