College Football

Justin Fields
Lukas Weese - Jan 12, 2021

The Ohio State Buckeyes lost in the National Championship Game Monday night 52-24 to the Alabama Crimson Tide. Day’s team became the latest victim to the Crimson Tide’s vaunted offensive attack, which put up the most points in CFP National Championship history.


Brandon Russell - Dec 22, 2017

On Friday, December 22, 2017, the Atlanta Havoc of the American Arena League (AAL) announced that they have signed former Jacksonville Sharks Defensive Back Micheaux Robinson. Micheaux Robinson Signs with Atlanta Havoc Robinson is now the third Shark in the last few weeks to sign with the Havoc. Defensive Back LaRoche Jackson and Wide Receiver […]

Via Last Word on College Football, by Tony Siracusa When you are dealing with young people, you get used to a lot of eye-rolling if you say something that is a little off kilter. Likewise, when we were putting together the list of games to keep an eye on this weekend, we imagined plenty of […]

Last Word Staff - Sep 22, 2017

Once again, the SEC East division faces a similar scenario. The Georgia Bulldogs appear to be the favorite, but overall the division is wide open. There is, however, a slight twist this season. It seems that the parody will be because the bottom teams have improved, not that the top teams have regressed. The East […]

Last Word Staff - Sep 13, 2017

We are only two weeks into the 2017 season, and the South Carolina Gamecocks are already building some solid momentum. With back-to back wins over Power Five opponents, South Carolina has already tested themselves this year. Coach Will Muschamp’s young team now has wins in a border war over N.C. State, and a SEC victory […]

College Football Top 25
Mike Loveall - Sep 10, 2017

  Last Word on College Football Top 25 Week 2 It was an incredible Saturday of college football. Three Top-15 match-ups plus another intriguing Top-25 match-up in South Bend. After two full weekends of college football, we finally have some lingering off-season questions being answered. Alabama slipping? Nope. Is USC for real? Yep. Can Clemson reload […]

Via Last Word on College Football, by Tony Siracusa UCLA got the win it expected, a 56-23 blowout of Hawaii Saturday before a crowd of only 50,444 at the Rose Bowl. The Bruins also got more than what they bargained for, with injuries, a coming suspension, a MIA player and a porous run defense. A […]

Last Word Staff - Sep 6, 2017

Via Last Word on College Football by Lindsay Higgins A win is a win, but the Gophers have room for improvement after a 10-point victory against Buffalo in the opener. Although the defense was excellent, I was left with concerns about other areas of the game. Here are three things to look for as Minnesota […]

Last Word Staff - Sep 6, 2017

Via Last Word on College Football by Hebreu Maxis The week two matchup between the Arkansas State Red Wolves and the Miami Hurricanes is now officially cancelled. With Hurricane Irma looming, the attention has turned to the well being of the staff, student-athletes and their families. University of Miami athletic director Blake James released a […]

Book Review: Violated
Mike Loveall - Aug 21, 2017

LWOCFB book review: Violated looks that the upcoming book about the Baylor sexual assault crisis and why it is a must read for college football fans.

Mike Loveall - Aug 14, 2017

The season is almost upon us. The Last Word On College Football 2017 Preseason Top 25 highlights the top teams entering the 2017 campaign.

Via Last Word on College Football, by Tony Siracusa UCLA coach Jim Mora has always had a chippy relationship with the media in his six-year tenure. This pre-season, he has restricted media access to the team and even more so to the players. It is all the more curious then how his biggest media nightmare, […]

Last Word Staff - Aug 5, 2017

Via Last Word on College Football, by Kate Pearson Halyburton Seven Types of College Football Fans When you attend a college football game, you see a variety of football fans. There are generally seven types of fan categories: the students, football families, family fans, casual fans, opposing teams fans, the randoms, and diehard fans. Which, the die […]

Ole Miss Receivers
Last Word Staff - Aug 5, 2017

While Ole Miss receivers might not have the depth at receiver it has had in the past, the Rebels will still have one of the top receiver units in the SEC.

Kentucky Wildcats Position Preview
Mike Loveall - Aug 4, 2017

By: Kevin McGuffey, LastWordonCollegeFootball.com It is hard to believe it is less than a month until the 2017 season kicks off. That means it is time to take an in-depth look at Mark Stoops‘ fifth squad in Lexington. Over the next couple of weeks we will be breaking down each position. Today it is the Kentucky […]



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