Picks 'N' Pints: Week 15 in NCAA College Football

Conference championship weekend is upon us. Like a good chocolate porter, it's bittersweet. Bitter because it's the last weekend of college football's regular season. Sweet because it provides us with great match-ups and a ton of intrigue as to which teams will lock up the four spots in the NCAA College Football Playoff. 

Picks 'N' Pints: Week 14 in NCAA College Football

Now that your belly is full of Thanksgiving dinner, and hopefully pie, it's time to get back to business. Not only does NCAA College Football not take a day off for the holiday - it starts early this week.

UCF dominates South Florida, 34-7

Dillon Gabriel threw for 270 yards and two touchdowns, Adrian Killins rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown, and UCF concluded its regular season with a 34-7 win over South Florida in the War on I-4 on Friday night.

USF honors those who gave ultimate sacrifice

Saturday night's University of South Florida's football game against the Cincinnati Bearcats was more than just tackles and touchdowns. It was USF's annual Salute to Service night, a night dedicated to honoring those willing to make the ultimate sacrifice.

Picks 'N' Pints: Week 12

It's week 12 of college football, which means Sports Director Scott Smith and Chris Cato are feeling the chill of national championship pressure.

USF Bulls test the future of football helmet safety

The University of South Florida Bulls are the first football team in the county to use a brand-new, high-tech helmet. For the last two weeks, the Bulls have been practicing and playing in headgear that could be a game-changer for the safety of the sport.

Florida State fires head football coach Willie Taggart

Florida State fired second-year football coach Willie Taggart on Sunday, less than 24 hours after the Seminoles lost to rival Miami and with the team in danger of missing a bowl game for the second consecutive season.

Picks 'N' Pints: This week in NCAA College Football

Which sounds better: Oklabama or Alahoma? FOX 13's Chris Cato could not decide whether his alma mater, No. 1-ranked Alabama, or No. 6-ranked Oklahoma will win this week's matchup, so he chose both.