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Texas Fires Charlie Strong
After weeks of speculation and rumor, Texas officials finally ended the Charlie Strong era, firing the coach Saturday after three seasons.
Alabama Tops Clemson for National Championship
Alabama rallied for a fourth quarter comeback to beat Clemson, 45-40, and secure the Crimson Tide’s fourth national championship in seven years.
Alabama vs. Clemson — Your College Football Championship Preview
The nation's top two teams square off Monday night with the national championship on the line.
Ole Miss Routs Oklahoma State, 48-20, For Sugar Bowl Victory
Chad Kelly threw for 302 yards and four touchdowns as Ole Miss blew out Oklahoma State to take home the Rebels’ first Sugar Bowl trophy since 1969.
McCaffrey’s Record-Setting Day Leads Stanford to Rose Bowl Win Over Iowa
On the first snap of the game, Christian McCaffrey took a pass 75-yards for a score. That was just the beginning of a record-setting day for the Heisman runner-up.
Ezekiel Elliott Leads Ohio State in Fiesta Bowl Rout of Notre Dame
Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 149 yards and a bowl record-tying four touchdowns as Ohio State blew out Notre Dame, 44-28, in the Fiesta Bowl.
Alabama Shuts Out Michigan State in Cotton Bowl
No. 2 Alabama was in championship form in the Cotton Bowl, shutting out No. 3 Michigan State, 38-0, and punching its ticket into the national title game.
Clemson Runs Over Oklahoma to Advance to National Title Game
No. 1 Clemson’s undefeated season continued as the Tigers locked up a spot in the national championship game with a 37-17 win over No. 4 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl.
Ward’s Big Day Leads Houston Past Florida State in Peach Bowl
Houston quarterback Greg Ward, Jr. ran for two touchdowns and threw for one more as the No. 18 Cougars upset No. 10 Florida State, 38-24.
College Football Bowl Games Preview, TV Schedule — December 19-25
Directional schools. Corporate sponsors you’ve never heard of. Teams with sub-.500 records playing in the postseason. But you’re still glued to the TV. Must be the first week of bowl season.