College Football Games To Watch: Championship Week Is HereThe conference championship games are here, and there's still plenty to be decided for the College Football Playoff.
Watson And Clemson Dethrone Top-Ranked Tide, 35-31The Tigers junior quarterback threw a TD pass with :01 left to upset the Tide.
The Grant Napear Show featuring Doug Christie: Dan WolkenUSA Today college football reporter Dan Wolken joined the show to break down the final rankings of college football along with who he thinks will win the Heisman. Listen to that plus more... HERE!
Innocent until proven guilty; The Grant Napear Show featuring Doug Christie 12/5It's a reaction Monday and Doug and Grant are breaking down everything from the Kings loss in New York, incident involving Matt Barnes and of course the latest around the NFL. Hear all that and more on The Grant Napear Show featuring Doug Christie, heard daily 3-7 PM PT only on Sports 1140 KHTK.
Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Washington In The College Football PlayoffThe committee has spoken. These four teams will compete for this year's title.
Not another Day; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie 11/15Hear the fellas speak to numerous football analyst, both college and NFL, such as former NFL LB and current ESPN analyst Kirk Morrison, Charles Davis and Bryan Fisher of CollegeFootball Talk. Plus Kings Head Coach Dave Joerger joins the show for his weekly appearance. All that and more on The Grant Napear Show featuring Doug Christie
College Football Playoff: Remember, You Wanted ThisArguing about the committee's decisions? Well, this is what we asked for.
Local College Football Roundup: Is Pac-12 Already In Danger Of Missing College Football Playoff?The Pac-12 could be in a dangerous spot in the College Football Playoff if the first batch of rankings are any indication. Last year proved the first rankings mean very little, but the Pac-12 still is living on the edge.
College Football Playoff Rankings: Who Should Be In?The first official CFP rankings will be released tonight. Here's who we've got in the top four.
Transplant Won't Stop 83-Year-Old From Running Clock At College Football Championship GameNow 83 and little more than a month after getting a kidney transplant, Jim Ely is ready for another big game: He will operate the play clock during the first national championship game of the College Football Playoff era when Oregon and Ohio State meet at the home of the Cowboys on Jan. 12.
College Football Spotlight: Stage For Awesome Playoff Set And How The Big 12 Can Join The Fun Next YearThe stage is now set for the first College Football Playoff, and it is going to be fantastic. Unfortunately, somebody had to be left out of the big party, and this year the Big 12 saw not one but two worthy candidates be shutout of the playoff.