JACKSONVILLE — For all the North Alabama football team’s problems and deficiencies the first two weeks of the season, Saturday night felt a little bit different.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Auburn's appearance in a "white out" ended in white-knuckle fashion with a final throw toward the end zone falling incomplete and the Tigers losing 28-20 to Penn State.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Bryce Young heard all about the Swamp. He knew it would be deafening at times and difficult, if not impossible, for a visiting quarterback to communicate.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Jaquan Brisker skipped across a field littered with white pom poms and toward a row of Penn State students painted white from head to toe.
Auburn’s attempt at a game-tying drive fell short, but the Tigers showed a few good signs in a 28-20 loss at Penn State. Here’s a quick glance at Saturdays’ performance.
Florence senior cross country runner Trey Hurt set a school record for the second straight weekend, breaking the record he set last week with a time of 15:44.64 in the Southern Showcase over the weekend in Huntsville.
JACKSONVILLE — North Alabama, after struggling so mightily in last week's home loss to Chattanooga, were big underdogs at Jacksonville State on Saturday before losing 27-24.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — All ears were ringing, and the game wasn't pretty, but No. 1 Alabama football managed to escape The Swamp with a 31-29 victory over No. 11 Florida on Saturday.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Tests don't come much more difficult than the one No. 1 Alabama faced in a packed Ben Hill Griffin Stadium against No. 11 Florida that often shook as deafening noise filled the air. But the Crimson Tide came away with a 31-29 victory to improve to 3-0.
On the way to another ho-hum Alabama rout, 11th-ranked Florida seized the momentum and threatened to send a seismic wave through the world of college football.