The Alabama Crimson Tide’s Nick Saban will coach another championship team, so long as it’s not in the NFL.
Between two Republican electoral strongholds playing the College Football Playoff National Championship Monday, Trump is guaranteed a victory.
Even if a savvy prosecutor can fit this reign of terror into a proper criminal indictment, why would he? Besides, doesn’t the FBI have better things to do with its time?
Stirewalt and Ham cover food and beverage controversies, and discuss the latest on Trump and Gov. Jim Justice, all the Federalist Radio Hour.
Bob Stoops’ high-caliber teams brought Oklahoma back into the upper echelon of college football, and made it a consistent powerhouse in the Big 12.
One of the grittiest football guys of all time recently sat down with the two grittiest bloggers ever in what became one of the best interviews in all of sports.
The college football playoff is a four-team death clash featuring the greatest athletes the sport of football has to offer.
Mary Katharine Ham and Gracy Olmstead host today’s Federalist Radio Hour.
How joining a middle-aged ladies’ book club in college changed a young football star’s life and got him tweeting an Oscar winner.
Even though Navy’s Keenan Reynolds holds the college record for rushing touchdowns, ESPN suddenly removed his name from an ESPN/Nissan Heisman fan poll.
Stuart Stevens reflects on experiencing the Ole Miss football season he with his father as well as his time on the Romney 2012 campaign.
We can’t pull a clear, unambiguous champion out of the beautiful mess that is college football. It’s a terrible idea to try.
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