College Sports

Blog: Are Spartan Fans Scared Of The Wolverines' Success?Michigan State has been underwhelming and has dropped in the polls while Michigan has climbed and has shut out the last two teams they've played.
Top 25 Shake-Up: Gators Up, 'Dawgs Down, Buckeyes Still 1
Talking Hoops With Detroit Titans' Head Coach Ray McCallumVan Gundy and McCallum will join forces for a night of basketball chat called "Talkin' Hoops In The D."
No. 2 Michigan State Holds Off Purdue, 24-21The Spartans led 21-0 at halftime, but Purdue had the ball near midfield with a chance to tie or take the lead before David Blough threw incomplete on fourth down with about a minute to play in the game.
No. 22 Michigan Smothers Maryland, 28-0, In Big Ten OpenerIt was the second straight shutout for the Wolverines, who have allowed a total of 14 points in their last four games.
Beilein: Irvin Should Be Able To Practice By Start Of SeasonThe school announced Sept. 9 that Zak Irvin was having back surgery and would miss 6-to-8 weeks.
No. 9 LSU And Fournette Ready To Run Vs. Eastern MichiganThere will be no shortage of interested observers this weekend, not to mention Heisman Trophy voters, eager to see what LSU's Leonard Fournette will do next.
Ohio State Looks To Extend Big Ten Streak Against IndianaThe numbers tell the story for coach Urban Meyer during his time at Ohio State: 24-0.
Michigan-Maryland Game Shifts To Noon Because Of JoaquinThe starting time of the Big Ten opener Saturday between Michigan and Maryland has been moved to noon because of the threat of bad weather.
Jim Harbaugh: 'I Dreamed About Being Derek Jeter'“It was really good to have Derek Jeter on the sideline, personally for me. I took great pleasure in that. As a youngster, I wanted to be a major league shortstop. I dreamed about being Derek Jeter.”
Harbaugh: Game Against Maryland Saturday Will Be 'The Trifecta'Hurricane Joaquin is hurtling its way to the east coast. But “God willing, and the creek don’t rise,” Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh said. “We’ll be there.”
Barry J. Sanders Responding To Challenges At No. 18 Stanford [VIDEO]Barry J. Sanders would prefer you drop the Jr. from his name. He likes the emphasis on 'Barry J,' which is what his Stanford teammates call him.