Week 1 42 : 7 L Recap
Week 2 20 : 14 W Recap
Week 3 24 : 31 L Recap
Week 4 41 : 10 L Recap
Week 5 24 : 55 L Recap
Week 7 7 : 44 L Recap
Week 8 14 : 0 L Recap
Week 10 0 : 56 L Recap
Week 11 14 : 38 L Recap
Week 12 45 : 21 L Recap
Week 13 16 : 20 L Recap
Week 14 56 : 36 L Recap
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Purdue: The Thorn In Ohio State's Side
by Matt Natali
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Old Brass Spittoon, the Little Brown Jug, Paul Bunyan’s Axe and the Old Oaken Bucket — those are just a few of the trophies boasted in the Big Ten’s most storied rivalries...
Round And Round In The Pac-12
by Steve Barnes
The Pac-12 round robin continues. UCLA faces Oregon this week seven days after the Bruins fell to Stanford. Stanford had fallen the week before at Utah to give the Cardinal and UCLA a conference loss...
Purdue Names Freshman Etling Starting Quarterback
by Christopher Wuensch
Purdue coach Darrell Hazell made it official on Wednesday, naming Danny Etling as the new Boilermakers quarterback...
What To Watch For: Weekend Games
by Steve Barnes
Finally the chat rooms throughout fiber-optic land have something to argue about this week. Forget verbal commitments, arrests and autograph controversy. There will at long last be college football to be played...
Kickoff Countdown: Tailgating Anecdotes
by Christopher Smith
Kickoff Countdown: Six Days Editor's Note: This is the second in a seven-day series designed to sustain college football fans until North Carolina and South Carolina kick off the season Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. ET...
2013 Supplemental Draft: Welcome To Baggage Claim
by David Seigerman
Radio City Music Hall, for the moment, stands empty, awaiting final preparations for the arrival of “America’s Got Talent” later this month. Chris Berman is resting his backbackback, getting ready for Monday’s Home Run Derby...
Spring Lessons From Each Big Ten Program
by Joe Coughlin
Spring is done. It's that quick and that relatively painless for college football games. A few headlines, a few injury scares, some position battles, and then: poof! It's college football's version of the Dark Ages for three months...