- Geek & Sci-Fi
Paul Finebaum bet an Auburn fan that if the Tigers made the BCS Championship Game, he'd take him to Pasadena. Guess how that turned out.
To celebrate their first Rose Bowl victory in almost 30 years, the Michigan State Spartans broke out a YES chant a la WWE's Daniel Bryan. YES! YES! YES!
Turns out the football team is a big fan of the Atlanta rapper.
Someone was recording the Wisconsin Badgers as Randall Cobb scored the game-winning TD for Green Bay and the resulting video is pretty great.
Because of her love for the Alabama Crimson Tide football team, a woman named her newborn son Krimson Tyde, and people think it's a tad ridiculous.
ESPN's Chris Fowler Tweeted that Jesse Palmer saved him with the Heimlich maneuver when he began choking on a chicken sandwich at the Pinstripe Bowl.
Young Colin is on his way to see his Auburn Tigers play the Florida State Seminoles in the BCS Championship game because Christmas is magical and adorable.
The LSU Tigers took a break from preparing for the Outback Bowl to sing '12 Days of Christmas' for all of their fans.
Former Tennessee Vols QB Erik Ainge expressed anger at Kenny Chesney on Twitter over a photo of the singer wearing an Alabama hat with Nick Saban.
Boise State QB Joe Southwick took a lie detector test to prove that he didn't pee from a hotel balcony in Hawaii last week.
When the Oregon Ducks take the field at the Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30, they'll be wearing their brand new 2014 Nike Mach Speed uniforms.
Washington State fans that have voiced their opinions over the team's 10-year bowl game absence may have found themselves banned from buying tickets.
Heisman trophy winner Jameis Winston went on Late Show with David Letterman to read a top 10 list about huddling.
MLB great (?) Jose Canseco wants to coach the Texas Longhorns (??) and detailed a plan for success that includes goat friendship (???).
Coach's 16-year tenure at the university set to come to an end.
In case a reminder was needed of how utterly ridiculous Reggie Bush was in college.
After a lot of fans blamed Cade Foster for Alabama's loss in the Iron Bowl, former President George W. Bush sent the kicker a letter to show compassion.
Brown and his attorney deny reports.
The new choice for Worst Punt Ever goes to Joel Maddock of Arizona Western and this kick that scores two points (for the opposing team).