Sewanee holds off Austin College for 28-20 win on The Mountain

SEWANEE, Tenn. – The Sewanee Tigers started slow and finished the same way putting up goose eggs on the scoreboard in the first and fourth quarters. In between, however, they piled up 28 points scoring 14 apiece in the second and third quarters before making it stand late when the visiting Austin College Kangaroos added a field goal with 7:07 to play. The 23-yarder off the boot of Mateo Pritzkau…

September 16, 2018
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Fighting Hawks fly past Delta Devils in 35-7 rout

The North Dakota Fighting Hawks jumped out to a 14-0 first-quarter lead then added a touchdown in each of the final three quarters to comfortably beat the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils. The Hawks actually extended their lead to 21-0 before the visitors finally found the end zone on a 29-yard strike from Chris Fowler to Demarcus Frazier. North Dakota, meanwhile, was led by transfer quarterback Nate Ketteringham. The redshirt…

August 30, 2018
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Hawaii holds off late Colorado State rally in 43-34 stunner

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors came to Fort Collins looking to improve upon their fortunes after posting a disappointing 3-9 record a year ago. They found their pot of gold at Colorado State’s sparkling Canvas Stadium before almost letting it all slip away. After losing seven straight games in this series dating back to 1995, the visitors from the Aloha State looked right at home in Colorado…

August 26, 2018
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Bethel (TN) stuns No. 2 Reinhardt in 2018 opener, 31-21

McKENZIE, Tenn. – Once upon a time, Brent Dearmon was a star quarterback for the Bethel (TN) Wildcats finishing as the program’s all-time leader in passing yards (7, 045) and touchdowns (77) – two records he still holds. On Thursday night, Dearmon was back in McKenzie on the Bethel sideline. This time, however, he was making his debut as a college football head coach in charge of leading his alma…

August 24, 2018
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College Football America 2018 Yearbook rolls with the Tide on cover

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — RoadTripSports.com is proud to announce the release of the 2018 edition of the College Football America Yearbook, an annual publication that previews every college football conference at every level of college football in the United States and Canada. The fifth annual print edition is available via Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com at a list price of $39.99, while the digital edition will be available via iBooks for…

July 24, 2018
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2017 RoadTripSports.com All-America Team

The RoadTripSports.com staff got together last week to vote on its All-America team, and we’re proud to present the team we feel best represents college football during the 2017 season. Just like the Dream Team we present each year in our College Football America Yearbook, the RoadTripSports.com All-America team is organized like an actual college football program with 85 positions available equating to major college football’s 85-scholarship limit. But unlike…

December 21, 2017
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College Football Playoff Projection

So all the results are in, and here’s my take: RoadTripSports.com’s College Football Playoff Pool All year, we’ve been tracking teams in four different groups in our College Football Playoff Pool. Group 1 was for undefeated teams from Power 5 conferences; Group 2 was for one-loss teams from Power 5 groups; Group 3 was for Power 5 teams with two or more losses that might receive playoff consideration; and Group…

December 3, 2017
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Analysis: College Football Playoff Scenarios

So here we are headed into major college football’s conference championship weekend, and I believe there are only eight – maybe nine teams left in the playoff pool. Let’s start first with a couple of observations that become obvious when you look at where teams were ranked in the official College Football Playoff rankings coming into this weekend: We’re sorry UCF fans, but you just don’t have a chance. True, the Knights…

November 26, 2017
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King’s big day leads Houston past Navy 24-14

FACEBOOK GAMEDAY GALLERY: Houston Cougars 24, Navy Midshipmen 14 HOUSTON, Texas — D’Eriq King connected on 21-of-27 attempts for 277 yards and a touchdown with two more scores on the ground to lead the Houston Cougars to a 24-14 win over the Navy Midshipmen Saturday. The win assured the Cougars of finishing above .500 in Head Coach Major Applewhite’s debut season which has been considered a disappointment in some corners. The…

November 26, 2017
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