Ohio State Freshmen Shine in Win Over Akron


Ohio State finally looked like a top-ten program against Akron, defeating the in-state opponents 59-7. True freshman Kyle McCord made the start and looked a little shaky at the beginning. Akron took advantage of McCord’s slow start and took an early 7-0 lead. After that, McCord settled down and Ohio State went on to score […] READ MORE

YSU Falls To Michigan State 42-14, Falls 3-0 in All-Time Series


For the first time since 2013, the Youngstown State Penguins under head coach Doug Phillips would head to East Lansing and Spartan Stadium to take on the Michigan State Spartans and head coach Mel Tucker.   The first meeting between the two was back in 2011 with familiar faces in Kirk Cousins and Le’Veon Bell beating […] READ MORE

Sixth-Straight, It’s A Hawkeye State


In another Iowa defensive showcase, the Hawkeyes leave Ames with their sixth-straight Cy-Hawk victory after dominating Iowa State. The Hawks recorded four turnovers including a scoop-and-score touchdown in their 27-17 rout of the number nine ranked Cyclones. With this win in Ames, Iowa has the best resume in college football, and for the sixth-straight season, […] READ MORE

2021 Week Two College Football Watch Guide


We’ve made it through the first full weekend of the season and experienced two great games with Georgia’s narrow victory over Clemson in a defensive struggle and witnessed Notre Dame hold on to defeat Florida State on Sunday night. Oregon travels to the shoe to face the Buckeyes and the Cy-Hawk Trophy is up for […] READ MORE

The New College Athletics Alliance

The Pac-12, Big Ten, and ACC have responded to the latest growth by the SEC by forming an alliance among the three Power 5 conferences. There were not a lot of details when it came to the new college athletics alliance. But scheduling and the current power structure of college sports seemed to be at […] READ MORE

What An Expanded Playoff Means For The Wisconsin Badgers


The College Football Playoff management committee will be evaluating this week the possible expansion from four to 12 teams. There is a big picture for college football as a whole. And there is what an expanded playoff means for the Wisconsin Badgers. Since the inception of the College Football Playoff in 2014-15, the debate surrounding […] READ MORE

12 Team Playoff Expansion Gaining Momentum


It’s the annual respite between Spring practice and Fall camp starting for college football. With that, inevitably comes the discussion of playoff expansion. Discussions will move forward in July and further in the Fall. However, among university officials, athletic directors across the country, and media executives around the game a 12 team playoff expansion is […] READ MORE