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College Football Playoff: What happens if Clemson or Alabama lose?

Coming into championship week in college football this week it appears the four-team College Football Playoff is nearly set. Oklahoma, 11-1 and champion of the Big 12, appears to be locked into one of the four available playoff spots with no more games to play. 531 more words

Rumor Mill

Reviewing the NIT Tipoff and Looking Ahead to December

(Editor’s Note: Chris Stanziale also contributed to this piece.)

Once again, Villanova leaves Brooklyn as champions. With wins over Stanford and Georgia Tech in the NIT Season Tipoff at the Barclays Center, Villanova has now won the last three November tournaments it has played in. 843 more words

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Playoff Picture: Championship Week

We are so close to knowing what the second college football playoff and New Year’s Six matchups will look like, and this year, unlike last year, we don’t even really need a committee.   1,589 more words

College Football

College Football Playoff: Stanford Killed The Chaos

Stanford beating Notre Dame was bad for the playoff scenarios business. Despite David Shaw’s darndest efforts pocketing timeouts, that’s what happened. Heading into championship weekend, the picture appears rather settled. 237 more words

College Football

Notre Dame devastated by last-second field goal

STANFORD, Calif. — Conrad Ukropina likely woke up as public enemy No. 1 in South Bend on Sunday morning — luckily, he’s about 2,200 miles away. 502 more words

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NCAA football podcast with Michelle Richardson: Field goal bails out Stanford at last second, Ohio State in no contest win over Michigan, plus playoff talk

by Michelle Richardson

photo credit bing images: Stanford Cardinal running back Christian McCaffrey

The finish of the Stanford Cardinal (10-2) against the  Notre Dame Notre Dame (10-2) was one of the most exciting finishes of all time the fact that it came down to a game winning field goal that’s the kind of the way you want to win it. 140 more words


Hogan's Veteran Performance Carries Cardinal Past Irish

By: Ben Leonard
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STANFORD, Calif. —

What a way to go out. Legendary, in fact.

Fittingly, in his last game at Stanford Stadium, senior quarterback Kevin Hogan heroically lead his ninth-ranked Stanford Cardinal with 269 passing yards and four touchdowns to a roller-coaster-ride 38-36 victory over the sixth-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish. 722 more words