The Latest: Police Comb Through Video of NYC Subway Bombing
Here is the time line of the latest new on the bombing in New York City. New York City police are combing through video of the bombing in the subway system.
Mayfield, Jackson, Love are Heisman Hopefuls
Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield, Louisville's Lamar Jackson and Stanford's Bryce Love are the finalists for the Heisman Trophy being presented Saturday in New York.
Falk Tops Mayfield to Win Burlsworth Award
Washington State quarterback Luke Falk wins the Burlsworth Award, given annually to the top college football player who began his career as a walk-on.
Brown, Boswell Lead Steelers to 23-20 Win Over Bengals
The Cincinnati Bengals had the Pittsburgh Steelers reeling in the first half. But, there is always the second half you have to play and the Steelers rallied back with two quick scores highlighted by a 39 yard field goal by Chris Boswell for a 23-20 victory.
Masterful Russell Wilson Leads Seahawks Past Eagles 24-10
Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes and the defense was shut down the league's highest scoring team to keep the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC playoff hunt with a 24-10 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Leach Meets With Tennessee AD About Coaching Job
Is Mike Leach looking to leave Washington State University? Rumor has it that Mike Leach met with Tennessee's A.D. to discuss the Volunteers' coaching vacancy.
Defensive Player of the Year?
Still lacking some recognition? Bobby Wagner is having his name tossed around for the top defensive award in the NFL.
UCLA Brings Former Oregon Coach Chip Kelly Back to the Pac-12
Chip Kelly is returning to the Pac-12 -- UCLA has hired the former Oregon coach after he tried his hand in the NFL.
Wilson Throws For 2 TDs, Runs For Another As Seahawks Win
Russell Wilson threw for two touchdowns to give him 150 career TDs passing and also ran for a short score, and the Seattle Seahawks overcame a sloppy start to beat the San Francisco 49ers 24-13.
Clemson, Oklahoma are Nos. 1 and 2 After Wild Weekend
Clemson is the new No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll, taking a close vote with Oklahoma after the top two teams in the rankings lost in the same weekend for the first time since 2012.