— Brad Roberts rushed for two touchdowns, Emmanuel Michel ran for 123 yards and a score as Air Force rolled up 511 yards on the ground to defeat UNLV 48-14 in a season-ender on Friday.
- Mountain West to stay intact amid rumblings
- MWC follows suit, orders forfeit if team can't play
- Air Force-Navy game moving to 9/11 next year
- Army-Air Force to be played in Texas next year
— Haaziq Daniels threw for two touchdowns, including a 92-yarder for the longest pass in school history, and Air Force turned back Colorado State 35-21 on Saturday night for its fifth straight win.
Honoring the armed forces, color coordination and helmet heat highlight college football's best uniforms for Week 11
Fire fits are on full display in Week 11, as teams show their thanks to the military and eye for color.
— Jordyn Law recovered teammate Christian Anderson's fumble at the goal line for an overtime touchdown and Army defeated Air Force 21-14 on Saturday.
— A change in San Diego State’s defensive scheme helped the Aztecs slow down Air Force’s run-heavy offense.
— Brad Roberts rushed for 138 yards and two touchdowns, Air Force’s defense turned in another stifling performance, and the Falcons knocked off Boise State 24-17 Saturday night.
— Brad Roberts had 33 carries for 140 yards and a touchdown, Haaziq Daniels threw a TD pass and Air Force beat Wyoming 24-14 on Saturday night.
— Brad Roberts ran for 142 yards and scored twice as Air Force scored on its first four drives to build a big early lead then coasted to a 38-10 win over New Mexico on Saturday.
Multiple schools have fielded interest from the American Athletic Conference about joining its ranks, sources confirmed to ESPN, but the AAC said Friday no invitations have been made. The Mountain West, meanwhile, said its membership would stay intact.
— Haaziq Daniels ran for two early touchdowns, including a 94-yard jaunt, and Air Force scored the game's first 24 points in a 31-7 victory over Florida Atlantic on Saturday.
— Calvin Tyler Jr. raced 61 yards for the go-ahead touchdown with just under four minutes to play to lift Utah State to a 49-45 win over Air Force in the Mountain West Conference opener Saturday night.
— No matter the result, this was going to be a special day to play football for Air Force or Navy.
From the first game played after 9/11 to an 1,800-mile walk, coaches and former players recall how 9/11 influenced them 20 years ago and now.
— Haazig Daniels ran for three touchdowns and Air Force beat Lafayette 35-14 on Saturday.
If a Mountain West team is unable to play a game because of COVID-19 issues, it will have to forfeit -- a policy similar to the ones most conferences have already announced.
Bill Connelly breaks down the MWC Mountain division and whether there is any real threat to Boise State's dominance.
Next year's installment of the annual football game between Air Force and Navy has been moved from Oct. 2 to Sept. 11 in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
— Jakobi Buchanan scored on a 1-yard run with 73 seconds left, and Army rallied past Air Force 10-7 on Saturday to win the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy for the ninth time.
Army and Air Force will play at a neutral site for the first time in more than a half-century when the rivalry game moves next year to the Texas Rangers baseball stadium that hosted the last World Series.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack look at the CFBP rankings; Finebaum previews the SEC championship; Adelson previews the ACC championship; Luginbill on National Signing Day
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the latest head-scratching College Football Playoff rankings, no one mentioning Texas A&M, David’s Dude and their conference championship picks. Then, Paul Finebaum hops on to discuss Alabama-Florida, if this is Nick Saban’s best team, the favorite to land the Auburn job and if Hugh Freeze will return to the SEC (29:04). Next, Andrea Adelson stops by to talk about Clemson-Notre Dame, why this game will be very different from the first and the improvement the Irish have shown throughout the season (44:16). Finally Tom Luginbill talks National Signing Day, hitting on the toughest recruiting cycle ever in college football, Maryland and Ole Miss trending upward, Michigan and Texas trending downward, and the role the transfer portal will play this offseason (54:28).