- Brian Wilmer - November 20, 2015
Week 12’s edition of The Sixer looks at key games involving top teams from the American, ACC, Big 10 and Big 12 conferences.
- Brian Wilmer - October 30, 2015
Welcome back, everyone! Let’s save the extended run-up and just give you what you want…the standings! Standings Last Week Rank Selection Name W-L Pts 1 StadiumJourney 6-0 6 2 HuskerNation14 5-1 5 3 Brian 4-2 4 3 dukeallstar 4-2 4 3 Jeffbell57 4-2 4 3 RebelLandShark 4-2 4 3 jerryw 4-2 4 8 Msstate_Texan 3-3…
- Kevin Kelley - October 14, 2015
The Kansas State Wildcats and the Stanford Cardinal have scheduled a home-and-home football series for 2016 and 2021, the two schools announced today.
- Brian Wilmer - September 25, 2015
Well, well, well. We’re through three weeks here in The Sixer, and as is always the case, nothing (or, very little) is going according to plan. I’m not the quality prognosticator our buddy Eric Taylor is — as will be clear to all of you in just a bit — which is only to show you…
- Kevin Kelley - September 10, 2015
The Pittsburgh Panthers and the West Virginia Mountaineers have announced the renewal of the Backyard Brawl football series for 2022 through 2025.
- Kevin Kelley - September 1, 2015
The Baylor Bears and the Texas State Bobcats have scheduled a three-game football series for 2021 through 2023, Baylor’s 2015 media guide indicates.
- Brian Wilmer - August 27, 2015
Picture it, everyone. Whether it’s this Saturday afternoon, when FCS powers North Dakota State and Montana square off, or next Thursday for one of 18 contests, you’ll be there. Whether you’re eating grilled food at a tailgate and settling into a seat at your favorite stadium, or ordering a pizza and settling down for an…
- Kevin Kelley - August 13, 2015
The Texas Longhorns have added the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs to their 2019 football schedule and pushed back their game vs. USF to 2020.
- Kevin Kelley - July 17, 2015
The Baylor Bears could play the Arkansas Razorbacks in Houston in 2019, Baylor head coach Art Briles said on Friday.
- Amy Daughters - July 9, 2015
Tracking attendance success isn’t as easy as saying the school with the biggest stadium wins. While on the one hand, Michigan—at 109,901 seats—has the biggest capacity, on the other, it didn’t fill them all in 2015. In fact, the Wolverines—at 95.5%—finished No. 32 in the FBS in fill rate last year. Compare that to Ole…