2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- Cincinnati's positive tests postpone Tulsa game
- Arkansas State postpones game against Tulsa
- Tulsa RB Brooks (ACL) misses Oklahoma St. tilt
- Tulsa-Okla. St. season opener postponed a week
Despite Nick Saban's coronavirus diagnosis, the Alabama-Georgia game is on as scheduled. Amid the uncertainty, it remains the game of the week.
Positive coronavirus tests at Cincinnati have caused the postponement of the Bearcats' game against Tulsa.
The CFB Pod: The guys preview Georgia-Alabama and give their Week 7 picks. Plus, Ivan Maisel with his early season observations
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing David’s Dude of the Week, team defense across the sport improving as the season goes on, what Georgia’s offense needs to do against Alabama, the issues with LSU’s defense, why Mississippi State has gone 20 straight possessions without a score and their Week 7 picks. Later, Ivan Maisel joins the pod to talk about what has stood out during the early part of the season, Mack Brown’s turnaround at UNC, Tom Herman being in a tough spot at Texas and Spencer Rattler’s growing pains.
You thought this college football season would be different just because the entire world is unlike anything we've experienced before? Oh, how wrong you were.
Zach Smith threw three touchdown passes and Tulsa erased an 18-point first-half deficit to beat No. 11 UCF 34-26, snapping the Knights' 21-game home winning streak Saturday night.
The college football season rolls on into Week 5. Alabama debuts its latest addition to Bryant-Denny, Bailey Zappe's numbers continue to turn heads and even more as the SEC gives us some must-see matchups this week.
With "players still displaying symptoms" after some positive COVID-19 tests, Arkansas State has postponed Saturday's home game against Tulsa.
Chuba Hubbard was limited to 35 yards in the first half but scored on a 3-yard run on the first play of the fourth quarter to lift No. 11 Oklahoma State to a 16-7 victory over Tulsa in the season opener for both teams.
An ACL injury kept Tulsa RB Shamari Brooks sidelined for the Golden Hurricane's loss Saturday to No. 11 Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma State's home opener against Tulsa that was scheduled for Saturday has been postponed until Sept. 19 because of what Tulsa said was a nine-day workout pause due to COVID-19 protocols.