NCAA Football

Boise State at Fresno State

Fresno State Rallies To Upset Boise State, 41-40

Derek Carr threw for 460 yards and four touchdowns and led the game-winning drive that helped Fresno State avoid a fourth-quarter collapse and snap a seven-game losing streak to Boise State with a 41-40 victory on Friday night.


Noel Grigsby #23 of San Jose State University catches a pass in pre-game warm up.  (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

SJSU Faces Life Without Star Receiver Beginning Saturday In Minnesota

One problem for the Spartans will be the absence of top wide receiver Noel Grigsby, who injured his knee in practice on Wednesday and did not make the trip to Minnesota.


Trent Murphy

Stanford’s Trent Murphy Growing Into NFL Prospect

At 6-foot-6 and 261 pounds, no challenge has ever seemed too much for Murphy’s muscle. Stanford’s versatile linebacker, once thought too slender for his sport, has grown into a possible first-round pick in next May’s NFL draft by making up for any shortcomings in his size with his willpower.


Kevin Hogan

No. 5 Stanford Gearing Up To Defend Pac-12 Title

Since Stanford won the Pac-12 Conference and the Rose Bowl last season, momentum has been building toward a few pivotal points on the schedule. One of those is now.


Cardinal quarterback Kevin Hogan #8 throws a pass on Sept. 14, 2013 in West Point, New York. (Ron Antonelli/Getty Images)

No. 5 Stanford Is Rounding Into Form

Kevin Hogan continues to shine at quarterback, Tyler Gaffney is a bruising force in the backfield, and Ty Montgomery is repeatedly finding wide-open spaces in the secondary.


Devin Smith #9 of the Ohio State Buckeyes catches a 47-yard touchdown pass over Isaac Lapite #20 of the California Golden Bears during the first quarter of their NCAA Football game at California Memorial Stadium on September 14, 2013.  (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Analysis: Defense A Dud For Cal In 1st Three Games

The Sonny Dykes Era has been as advertised in his first three games as California’s coach: the offense is piling up points, and the defense has been a dud.


San Jose State v Stanford

Stanford Ready For Army’s Triple-Option Offense

One of the nation’s top-ranked rush defenses squares off against one of the country’s best running teams when the fifth-ranked Cardinal visit Army on Saturday.


Nathan Broussard #22 of the California Golden Bears pressures quarterback Braxton Miller #5 of the Ohio State Buckeyes on September 15, 2012 in Columbus, Ohio.  (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

No. 4 Ohio State Tries To Stay Undefeated At Cal

Having dispatched two mediocre teams at home, No. 4 Ohio State hits the road for the first time when it travels to Cal for a game on Saturday.


Stanford wide receiver Devon Cajuste (89) scores a touchdown past San Jose State cornerback Forrest Hightower (12) during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Stanford, Calif., Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)

Devon Cajuste Catching On At WR For No. 5 Stanford

The 6-foot-4, 228-pound receiver is developing into one of the team’s top targets after selecting Stanford over eight other schools – including Harvard – because every other program wanted to turn him into a tight end.


Terrelle Pryor

Ohio St. Wants To Play Keep-Away With Run Game At Cal

This week, more than most, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer really wants his running game to control the ball and keep it away from pass-happy California.