Peach, Holiday among the best bowls to watch

11:35 am Dec. 19, 2014

Hopefully you’ll be able to get away from work during the holidays. If so, clear time to watch bowl games.

Not all of them, of course. There’s only about 3,476 bowls these days, so I don’t

Will Muschamp begins work at Auburn

8:33 am Dec. 16, 2014

Will Muschamp went right to work.

Two days after being hired to make Auburn’s defense more stout, Muschamp watched the Tigers practice on Monday, dressed in Auburn blue and orange, not Florida’s familiar colors.

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College football TV viewing guide: Five games to watch

9:49 am Nov. 28, 2014

There are about 30 rivalry games on this week’s FBS schedule that began on Thanksgiving night. That means several trophies, cups and assorted pieces of hardware, including a gigantic axe (Minnesota and Wisconsin play for

Paul Finebaum will be live during Iron Bowl

8:54 am Nov. 25, 2014

If you want to talk about the Iron Bowl while it’s being played, here’s your chance.

ESPN radio personality Paul Finebaum (Does he really need an intro?) will be taking calls during Alabama’s annual grudge match

SEC Power Rankings: Week 13

6:30 am Nov. 24, 2014

Rivalry weekend is here and neither division race has been decided. Missouri or Georgia can still win the East and the West will come down to Alabama or Mississippi State. It all starts back again

Mississippi State stays No. 1; Oregon moves into fourth

7:48 pm Nov. 4, 2014

Mississippi State remained No. 1 and Oregon moved into No. 4 in the College Football Playoff Rankings released Tuesday night.

The Ducks defeated Stanford and took advantage of Auburn’s win over Ole Miss to move into a national semifinal spot.

Florida State is No. 2 and Auburn is third.

Alabama is fifth, followed by TCU.

Some highlights from this week’s rankings:

Ole Miss dropped from No. 4 to 11th after the loss at Auburn.
Kansas State,