Army Navy Game 2014 it wouldn’t matter if the two teams were winless going into the final game of the year. When Army and Navy face each other, it’s a big deal.
The two military academies look forward to this annual rivalry all season long as the only real game that matters. Navy has had some good performances this season and goes into the last week with a 6-5 record. Army has struggled a bit more, but it still managed to go 4-7. Continue reading →
Somehow, Ohio State’s win over rival Michigan on Saturday might have hurt — if not destroyed — the Buckeyes’ chances of qualifying for the inaugural College Football Playoff. Quarterback J.T. Barrettwas carted off the field with an air cast on his leg in the second half of OSU’s 42-28 win over the Wolverines. Ohio State announced shortly after the game that Barrett is done for the season. The College Football Playoff’s official website lists five criteria that will help the selection committee “distinguish among otherwise comparable teams.” The last of those five reads as follows: Continue reading →
Amari Cooper tied his own school record with 224 yards receiving and caught three touchdown passes in No. 2 Alabama’s 55-44 comeback victory over No. 15 Auburn on Saturday night in the highest-scoring Iron Bowl.
Quarterback Blake Sims and the Crimson Tide (11-1, 7-1 Southeastern Conference) turned to the Heisman Trophy contender for touchdown strikes of 39 and 75 yards in the third quarter. Continue reading →
Jameis Winston threw for 273 yards and two touchdowns and No. 2 Florida State held off No. 5 Notre Dame 31-27 on Saturday night after an offensive pass-interference penalty wiped out the Irish’s apparent go-ahead touchdown pass with 13 second left.
Notre Dame moved to the 2, and C.J. Prosise locked up Florida State safety Jalen Ramsey in the end zone, helping Corey Robinson get free for the pass from Everett Golson. Continue reading →
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Rex Ryan has endured last-second comebacks in Denver and shutouts in San Diego, five-turnover debacles in Tennessee and blowouts in Cincinnati, but never has he been as livid after a loss, as bang-his-head-against-the-wall incensed, as he was late Thursday night at Gillette Stadium. Continue reading →
SAN FRANCISCO — It was 63 years ago and a continent away that the Giants, then in New York, won the National League pennant on the strength of Bobby Thomson’s home run. And while that shot might have been heard round the world, as baseball lore persists, the one that Travis Ishikawa hit in the bottom of the ninth inning Thursday night might have been more remarkable. Continue reading →
Ray Allen remains a free agent and has not signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers, league sources told FOX Sports Ohio on Tuesday.
Several Twitter reports stated Allen and the Cavs had reached an agreement, with one calling it a “done deal.” But there remains no news and nothing official pertaining to Allen.
Cavs general manager David Griffin admittedly has spoken with Allen’s representatives and has expressed a desire for the 18-year veteran join the team. Members of the Cavs, including LeBron James, have also recruited Allen. Continue reading →