Texas Longhorns outlast Kansas State for first win in Manhattan since 2002

MANHATTAN, Kansas — Texas hadn’t won a game in Manhattan, Kansas, since 2002. Texas also hadn’t started the season 4-1 since 2012. Well, the Longhorns rectified both problems with a 19-14 win over Kansas State on Saturday. Click here for the RoadTripSports.com photo gallery for this game. The Longhorns (4-1, 2-0 in Big 12) still don’t have an explosive offense, so they got scoring from all three areas of the…

September 30, 2018

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

Longhorns closing in on bowl eligibility with win over Kansas

FACEBOOK GAMEDAY GALLERY: Texas Longhorns 42, Kansas Jayhawks 27 AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Longhorns rode a fast start to a 42-27 Big 12 Conference victory over Kansas in front of 96,557 fans at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Texas (5-5, 4-3) is now one win away from being bowl eligible under first-year head coach Tom Herman. The Longhorns play at West Virginia and at home against Texas Tech to…

November 16, 2017

FBS Hot Coaching Names: Nov. 12 Update

It’s our third Hot Coaching Names update for the 2017 season here at College Football America Yearbook. These are just some of the coaches that could be in for a head-coaching job at the end of the season. Some appeared in our yearbook. Others have been added this season. But before we get updated, we’ll note that Butch Jones’ tenure at Tennessee has finally come to an and after he…

November 14, 2017

Hot Seat Coaches: Nov. 6 update

This is our third Hot Seat Coaches edition for the 2017 season. In the College Football America 2017 Yearbook I highlighted our Hot Seat Coaches for this year. Now, no one likes to see a coach get fired (well, maybe some of you do). But there are realities to college football. Head coach is a performance-based job and if your team doesn’t perform, well, that can sometimes lead to a…

November 6, 2017

Lengyel to receive AFCA’s Tuss McLaughry Award

Courtesy of the American Football Coaches Association Former college football coach and athletic administrator Jack Lengyel has been chosen as the 2018 recipient of the AFCA’s highest honor, the Tuss McLaughry Award. Lengyel will receive the award at the American Football Coaches Awards on January 9 during the 2018 AFCA Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. “I am humbled and honored to be selected for the American Football Coaches Association’s Tuss…

November 2, 2017

Postscripts: Week 9

Postscripts is my weekly wrap of the week that was on the road and in college football. Look for my travel news and notes here each Thursday, along with some of my opinions about what’s happening in the college game we all love. – Matthew Postins I’m going to be home this weekend. This is going to be weird. This will be the first time I’m home for a weekend…

November 2, 2017

FBS Hot Coaching Names: Oct. 25 Update

In the Hot Coaching Names portion of our College Football America 2017 Yearbook I pointed out coaches, both head coach and assistant, that may have a shot at a head coaching job somewhere else in 2018. For instance, Lincoln Riley was on our list at press time before Bob Stoops went and retired at Oklahoma. So things can change quickly for some of the coaches we have listed here. Below…

October 25, 2017

FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll released for Week 8

The FWAA-NFF Super 16 has been released for Week 8, and as it’s been all season long, the Alabama Crimson Tide is still at No. 1. Alabama’s grip on the No. 1 spot tightened after Clemson lost at Syracuse, and the Tide are still a unanimous selection at No. 1. The best you can hope for these days is a shake-up in the No. 2 slot, and we got it this week as…

October 23, 2017

Texas’ Dickson nabs Ray Guy Punter of the Week again

Courtesy of the Augusta Sports Council and the Ray Guy Award AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Augusta Sports Council and the Ray Guy Award are proud to announce Michael Dickson of the University of Texas as the Ray Guy Award Punter of the Week for Week 7 games. This is Dickson’s second time this season as the Ray Guy Award Punter of the Week. Dickson punted 5 times during the Saturday game…

October 16, 2017