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We're only days away from the release of the final BCS standings. Not the final BCS standings for this season, but the final BCS standings ever.
Yes, somehow, someway, it seems Auburn's senior defensive end knew the team's run of good fortune was just beginning following its win over Georgia.
If you had told SEC fans at the start of the college season that the 2013 conference title game wouldn't feature Alabama, LSU, Georgia or Texas A&M, they would have laughed.
In a season in which the quarterback play in this league was as good across the board as it's ever been, a funny thing happened on the way to Saturday's SEC championship game.
Kris Frost and the rest of his Auburn teammates proved they are contenders for the national title by knocking off Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel and the Aggies 45-41 in College Station, Texas, last week.
Auburn's unlikely victory over top-ranked Alabama in the Iron Bowl on Saturday will be remembered for a long time.
The ball that spoiled Alabama's national championship three-peat hopes and sent Auburn fans into a frenzy last Saturday night has been recovered.
College football fans across the country are still buzzing over the shocking outcome of the Alabama-Auburn game.
The two college football teams subject to the greatest debate atop the polls and BCS standings this week also are the subject of the Football Four Playoff Projection panel's greatest debate of the season.
Missouri's Dorial Green-Beckham pulled down one of his four touchdown catches over defense from Kentucky's Nate Willis.
No, the senior fullback doesn’t do anything glamorous — as the nature of the position would dictate.
College football teams provide their own balls when their offense is on the field or attempting a field goal, so when Alabama attempted a game-winning kick on Saturday, the Tide was using one of its own balls.
No. 3 Auburn's Davis turned in one of the most memorable plays of college football history with his 109-yard, last-play return of a missed field goal to beat No.
Toilet paper still draped the trees in Toomer's Corner on Tuesday morning. The nation still marveled in awe at Auburn's dramatic 34-28 Iron Bowl victory over Alabama, when -- maybe you've heard -- cornerback Chris Davis returned a missed field goal 109 yards for a touchdown on the game's final play.
Owens peeled off the jersey, and equipment manager Dana Marquez went to work on a Viking Emerald Series 116 sewing machine.
There has been bizarre fallout in the days since Auburn beat Alabama in one of the greatest endings in college football history.