|In the FCS Huddle: EWU makes them see red
Every time Sacramento State quarterback Garrett Safron looks at the back of his right hand, he sees the scar from a cut that split open when he fell on the field during a 2012 game at Eastern Washington.
|Stars are aligned for Georgia to win SEC
Two years ago, the Georgia Bulldogs almost made it to the BCS National Championship. Unfortunately, they came up short, failing to score on their final drive versus Alabama in the SEC title game.
|In the FCS Huddle: 2014 Big South Preview
The Flames have been so close to making the FCS playoff field over the last decade that they are ready to rewrite the ending. They tied Coastal Carolina for the Big South championship last season, but lost the head-to-head meeting in overtime, and ultimately fell oh-so-short of the postseason.
|Kent State football player dies
Kent State football player Jason Bitsko died Wednesday. He was 21 years old.
|NCAA Football Preview - Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Hawaii struggled to produce an offense that could compete, particularly in the early going when it was being outscored by a combined 94-36 against the likes of USC, Oregon State and Nevada. However, in the first Mountain West Conference home game in late September the squad actually threw a scare into nationally-ranked Fresno State, before dropping a 42-37 final.
|In the FCS Huddle: 2014 MEAC Preview
Over half of the FCS conferences have at least 10 teams - seven of the 13 - so navigating the schedule is an arduous process that demands talent, execution and luck for the championship team.
|Ohio State QB Miller to miss season
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the entire 2014 season with a right shoulder injury, the school confirmed Tuesday.
|New book chronicles Eastern Illinois football
Names such as Tony Romo, Sean Payton, Mike Shanahan and Jimmy Garoppolo are familiar to football fans.
|Report: Ohio State QB Miller to miss season
Ohio State senior quarterback Braxton Miller will reportedly miss the season with a right shoulder injury, according to ESPN.
|NCAA Football Preview - UTSA Roadrunners
Larry Coker's third season at the helm of UTSA's football program was also the third-ever season for the Roadrunners as a football team, which started up in 2011. UTSA topped out its greatest win total at eight games in just its second year in existence in 2012, and has had only one losing season in three years. The Roadrunners finished off their 2013 season on a five-game win streak.