College Football Week 0 Live Updates: Latest News, Schedules, Matchups

get complete details of College Football Week 0 Live Updates: Latest News, Schedules, Matchups

from here, checkout more details.

August 23, 2022 at 9:05 p.m. WBS

Michael Penix Jr. set to lead a renaissance in Washington

Michael Penix Jr. has a brother who is entering his senior year of high school and another who is 12 years old, and it’s a long flight from Tampa, Florida, to Seattle. So, to support all of his children in all their athletic endeavors, family members take turns traveling to Michael’s games in Washington.

His mother, Takisha, has tickets to the Michigan State game in Week 3. His father, Michael Sr., plans to be there for the Stanford game the following week. Michael’s grandmother will be flying in for the opening game on September 3 against Kent State, a date that everyone now knows will mark another milestone in his five-year college career.

christian caple

christian caple·

Staff Writer, Washington


Michael Penix Jr. wins QB derby, set to lead a renaissance in Washington

August 23, 2022 at 17:09 WBS

Stewart Mandel’s Ten Predictions

Michigan took the Big Ten by storm last season, winning its first conference championship since 2004 and advancing to the college football playoff. I find it hard to believe Ohio State won’t get it back this year. The Buckeyes remain the most talented team in the league, led by Heisman finalist quarterback CJ Stroud, though it’s true that their offensive line and seven defensive forwards need to perform at a higher level.

In the East, I’m interested to see if the Wolverines stay ahead of new rival Michigan State, if Penn State can bounce back after two lackluster seasons and if Maryland and/or Rutgers can pull off some upsets. (Poor Indiana quickly sank to the bottom.)


Stewart Mandel’s Big Ten Predictions: It’s the Ohio State Conference to lose

August 23, 2022 at 16:07 WBS

Will Virginia Tech be patient with Brent Pry? What is the most difficult game?

We are nine days into Virginia Tech’s season which begins at Old Dominion on September 2nd. Can you feel it?

The mailbag is sorry, with plenty of general questions about how the Hokies will fare in Brent Pry’s debut season. Let’s go to some of them.

andy bitter

andy bitter·

Staff Writer, Virginia Tech

August 23, 2022 at 15:41 WBS

Boston College signs former Pro Bowl RG Chris Snee

Boston College has hired former Pro Bowl RG Chris Snee as an analyst with a focus on player personnel and scouting.

Those are now two OL starters from the New York Giants’ two Super Bowl teams who have become college analysts this year, since Memphis recently signed LT David Diehl.

matt fortune

matt fortune·

Staff Writer, CFB

August 23, 2022 at 14:24 WBS

Nebraska arrives in Ireland for the premiere

Nebraska was about 90 minutes late from Omaha on Monday night, but the Huskers arrived in Dublin Tuesday morning before their first game Saturday against Northwestern. The Wildcats arrive in Ireland on Wednesday. The game, at 12:30 pm ET, is the only Power-5 matchup of Week Zero.

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska

August 23, 2022 at 12:33 WBS

Multiple quarterbacks vs. Northwestern? Do shellers feel the pressure?

Nebraska’s full preseason roster of 110 players, plus a handful of camp additions, flew overnight Monday through Tuesday from Omaha to Dublin. Northwestern will join the Huskers in Ireland on Wednesday to prepare for their season-opening clash on Saturday at 11:30 am CT from Aviva Stadium in the Aer Lingus College Football Classic.

Here too it is time to take off. In this space, we’ll periodically this season examine a number of popular (or unpopular) beliefs about the Huskers, and determine if they are myths or truths.

Mitch Sherman

Mitch Sherman·

Staff Writer, Nebraska


Nebraska Truths or Myths: Multiple QBs vs. Northwestern? Do shellers feel the pressure?

See also  A guide to the availability of menstrual and contraceptive products at Yale College

August 23, 2022 at 11:55 WBS

Wisconsin Featured Player Candidates

Wisconsin wide receiver Skyler Bell spent most of last season plagued by a left hamstring injury and didn’t even appear in a game until the Las Vegas Bowl, when he played 14 snaps and caught one pass. Eight months later, Bell has positioned himself for a major role as a potential starter.

That’s what you call a breakthrough player candidate.

As Wisconsin approaches its September 3 season opener against Illinois State, several other prominent candidates have emerged. Here are 10 of those candidates (plus one) for the Badgers. The list consists of players who made minimal snaps at their position last season but impressed during fall camp.

jesse temple

jesse temple·

Staff Writer, Wisconsin


Which Wisconsin badgers could break out in 2022? Skyler Bell, Rhodes Johnson and more

August 23, 2022 at 11:25 WBS

Who is drawing attention? 10 names (and more) that drive Irish optimism

Notre Dame entered full prep for Ohio State on Monday afternoon, with players from the scouting team playing the part of the key Buckeyes. Freshman Steve Angeli is now Heisman candidate CJ Stroud, for example.

As for what Notre Dame looks like, the last two weeks have been a learning experience for coaches and players. In other words, what the Irish are today might not be exactly what the Irish thought they were when the camp opened. That’s thanks to some significant preseason impressions made up and down the list, from individuals and position groups. These are the players (or groups) that attracted the most attention in August.

pete samson

pete samson·

Editor, Notre Dame


Notre Dame Fall Camp: Who Gets the Attention? 10 names (and more) that drive Irish optimism

August 23, 2022 at 10:55 WBS

Marshall RB Rasheen Ali will be out of the team

One notable piece of news here, Marshall RB Rasheen Ali, a potential All-American, will be out of the team for an unknown length of time.

chris vanini

chris vanini·

Senior Writer, CFB

August 23, 2022 at 10:42 WBS

Varsity Sports 40 Under 40

Three million people have watched Notre Dame football coach Marcus Freeman parody “The Hangover” alongside two players on a mission to retrieve alternate uniforms from somewhere in Las Vegas.

Cool isn’t usually an adjective associated with Notre Dame, one of the most storied programs in college football. But Freeman, 36, has defied that in his first eight months in charge, connecting with his players and the younger Fighting Irish fans in creative ways as he keeps expectations on the field higher than ever. His total performance for this year’s Shamrock Series uniform reveal was just another lovely reminder.

See also  After meeting at the Clubhouse, a New York Jew is working to help an Afghan man get out of Kabul.
Athletic college football staff

Athletic college football staff


College Sports 40 Under 40: Top Young Coaches, Players, Executives, Game-Changing Influencers

August 23, 2022 at 9:30 WBS

Projecting Washington’s Offensive Depth Chart

In less than a week, you can expect a real depth chart from the Washington Huskies. They may be able to name a starting quarterback even sooner.

Until then, we project the starting lineup, starting with offense and continuing tomorrow with defense. One caveat: This is our projection for the season and not just for the Sept. 3 opener against Kent State. So keep that in mind with regards to Jaxson Kirkland, in particular.

christian caple

christian caple·

Staff Writer, Washington


Projecting Washington’s offensive depth chart ahead of the 2022 season

August 23, 2022 at 8:58 WBS

What the move from USC and UCLA to the Big Ten means for sports other than football

Kaiya McCullough held in her hand the sheet of paper that every UCLA student-athlete must complete at the beginning of each academic term. From class to class, she bounced around the Westwood, California campus, introducing herself to her instructors, telling them that she was a defender for the Bruins women’s soccer team and that from August to probably November, her athletic and academic life it would be constant. contradicting each other.

christopher camrani

christopher camrani·

staff writer


What the move from USC and UCLA to the Big Ten means for sports other than football

August 23, 2022 at 7:56 WBS

Cincinnati’s Tre Tucker is now more than speed

The Cincinnati Bearcats are not lacking in speed at wide receiver. Tre Tucker ran a 4.29-second 40-yard dash this offseason, matching teammate and close friend Tyler Scott’s personal best.

Sophomore wide receiver Drew Donley ran 4.31 40 and topped 23 mph, too fast a human being for a school zone. However, Tucker swears that if the three of them raced 100 times this offseason, Scott could have claimed five, Donley another five and he would have kept the other 90.

justin williams

justin williams·

Staff Writer, Cincinnati


Cincinnati’s Tre Tucker has always been fast, but he’s become so much faster.