FLASHBACK: Oregon’s Dillon Brooks commits biggest flop ever

We’ve seen plenty of flops over the years. They can range from subtle to outright ridiculous. But this flop from Oregon’s Dillon Brooks goes far beyond that. Let’s just say that the crowd at Utah wasn’t impressed. Seriously, what was he thinking? The Academy Awards are in late February, maybe he was trying to get … Read more

Crazy Stat of the Year: The No. 17 team in college football has lost EVERY week

So on Thursday, the North Carolina Tar Heels, ranked No. 17 in the latest College Football Playoff polls, lost on the road to conference foe and arch-rival Duke, 28-27. On the surface of things, it just seems like another upset of a ranked team losing to an unranked opponent. But no, this loss by UNC goes … Read more

Top 5 Plays ffrom Week 9 of College Football

‘Tis the season for college football. The College Football Playoff rankings come out this week and we finally see the pieces shifting together. Alabama, Clemson, Michigan, and Washington continue to chug along as undefeated teams. Western Michigan seems to keep rowing the boat, possibly into a New Year’s Bowl. West Virginia, Baylor, Nebraska, and Boise … Read more

W2W4: Top 5 must-see college football games in Week 9

Now theoretically speaking, one could park their rear end on the sofa this Saturday and watch ten straight hours of Big Ten football on the ESPN family of networks. It starts with the latest chapter in the storied rivalry of Michigan and Michigan State at noon ET. But if one really wants to soak it all … Read more

Top Plays of College Football’s Week 6

78-0. That’s a Big Ten conference game final score. Tennessee almost came back from a porous first half again. Alabama took care of business yet again. Schools that had success the year before continued to struggle as well. Storied programs like Texas, Notre Dame, Stanford, and Michigan State continued to struggle in 2016. Here are … Read more

5 for 5: Top 5 Plays from Week 5 of College Football

Week 5 brought with it a sense of real purpose. Three top-10 matchups were played and many teams showed whether they were really pretenders or competitors. Michigan and Wisconsin duked it out in Ann Arbor, Clemson and Louisville had an ACC shootout, and Washington shut down one of the best players in the country. Things … Read more

Schools who have benefited from conference realignment

With the newest college season on the horizon, we decided to re-analyze the biggest catalyst of college sports in the last decade; conference realignment. There have been seismic effects of the realignment process and some schools have truly thrived with the new changes. Newer schools in the realm of both college football and college basketball have … Read more

NCAA Tournament Preview – Midwest Region

[tps_header]The Midwest Region may be the toughest region in this year’s NCAA Tournament with two familiar foes seeded 1 and 2. Top-seeded Virginia Cavaliers and 2nd-seeded Michigan State Spartans could meet in the tournament for the third consecutive year, as the Spartans have spoiled the Cavaliers’ postseason dreams each of the last two years. This … Read more

Conference Tournament Preview – Pac-12

[tps_header]If there is a basketball conference as unpredictable as any, it could very well be the Pac-12 conference. In the Associated Press’ preseason rankings for the 2015-16 season, one would see just three teams from the Conference of Champions ranked in the top 25 – Arizona at No. 12, California at No. 14, and Utah … Read more

WATCH: Brent Musburger says he feels sorry for Mormons who can’t drink during BYU blowout

If you had the chance to watch the first quarter of the BYU–Utah game on Saturday, you saw one of the oddest quarters you will ever see. BYU turned the ball over five times, which led to a 35-0 deficit. At halftime, with Utah leading 35-7, Brent Musburger, who was calling the game, made a … Read more

Projecting the College Football Playoff rankings following Week 10

  [tps_header] Week 10 of the college football season definitely lived up to its billing as ‘Separation Saturday.” Four of the top 10 teams lost and the College Football Playoff rankings are sure to see quite the shakeup. Here is what we project the new College Football Playoff rankings will look like following Week 10. … Read more

College GameDay crew defends Harbaugh, UM’s first game

The 2015-’16 college football season unofficially began on Saturday when ESPN’s “College GameDay” was live from Fort Worth, Texas for the primetime game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Wisconsin Badgers. Throughout the three hour telecast, the crew dissected games that were slated for Saturday, as well as recapped games that had taken place earlier … Read more

10 Things to Watch For: Michigan vs. Utah

[tps_header]Tonight’s the night. We’re hours away from first year Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh’s debut and the nation is eager to see what he can do with Team 136. So what should Michigan fans look out for in the first game in Salt Lake City? We give our top ten things to watch for in tonight’s 8:30 PM … Read more

GAMEDAY: Michigan Wolverines at Utah Utes

Who: Michigan Wolverines at Utah Utes Where: Rice-Eccles Stadium, Salt Lake City, Utah    Capacity-45,807 When: Thursday September 2nd at 8:30 PM ET Weather: Partly cloudy, with a low around 69. South southeast wind around 20 mph. TV/Radio:  Fox Sports 1; WWJ-AM (950), WTKA-AM (1050). Latest Line: Utah by 4 1/2   Mathcup: The day … Read more

LOOK: Jim Harbaugh releases Michigan’s depth chart for game at Utah

With the first game of the season scheduled for Thursday, University of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh has released the team’s depth chart for the first time, sorta. "The oldddddddddd depth chart" … (part 1) pic.twitter.com/Snhbfget3z — Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) August 31, 2015 Part two pic.twitter.com/OKU7zSCgK7 — Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) August 31, 2015 Part three … Read more

Utah trying hard to be underdog vs. U-M

NOTE: The views expressed in this EDITORIAL do not necessarily reflect the views of Detroit Sports Nation or a majority of its writers and should not be misconstrued as such. The views contained within are the views of the author and the author alone. The college football season officially kicks off on September 3rd when … Read more