Colorado QB Sefo Liufau has thrown 89 straight passes without an interception. He is questionable for Saturday’s game against Oregon with an ankle injury suffered last week against Michigan
“You will never have to worry years from now if this group of men will remember your son,” Academy superintendent Lt. Gen Robert L. Caslen said to Davis, an Iraq war veteran of the Army reserves. “You may have lost Brandon, but you have gained about 120 new sons. And about 4,000 cadets.”
Five things to know for week three of the college football season.
“We go through their video, because it’s always nice to see yourself in action and it helps confirm that I’m not just making things up,” Agresta said, laughing. “People actually believe it when they see it on the video.”
“College sports is part of the fabric of North Carolina. It’s part of the culture. I can say with confidence that there’s no other state in the country that loves its college sports more than North Carolina. That’s why it hits so hard and feels so personal,” said Scott Dupree, executive director of the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance, which was coordinating four of the events being moved.
The Buffaloes have been a little better than expected after blowing out rival Colorado State and Idaho State in their first two games
“On a personal note,” Swofford said, “it’s time for this bill to be repealed as its counter to basic human rights.”
“Things weren’t going right, but I couldn’t panic because my team needed me behind the wheel,” said Francois, just the fourth freshman to start the season as the Seminoles’ quarterback.
The first weekend of the college football season is loaded. Here are five things to know as you prepare to immerse yourself in football.