It has been discussed since the late 1990s, and it is now reality. Tennessee will play Virginia Tech at the 160,000-seat Bristol Motor Speedway on Sept. 10, 2016.
The first weekend of college football is not historically loaded with must-see matchups. This year, however, there are a handful of games that will be worth setting aside time to watch.
After another week of college basketball that featured exciting finishes, confounding losses, and clutch performances, Andy Bottoms looks at five teams on the rise and five teams on the decline.
The youthfully exuberant passion that was on display in Blacksburg, Virginia over the weekend was a reminder of what makes college sports so great.
Rich Brown provides some guidance for your week 1 college football betting picks with four locks. He picks against the point spread for Boise State-Oregon, Alabama-Virginia Tech, Oklahoma State-Georgia, and Missouri-Illinois.
Preview: Rich thinks it could be a rough weekend for Nick Saban, but Ron Zook and the Fighting Illinois should ski to a week 1 win over Missouri.