Alabama fans are still trying to put their lives back together after the Crimson Tide lost to Ohio State in the playoff, but there's always next season. Alabama is listed at 10/1 to win the 2015-16 championship, behind Ohio State (6/1) and Texas Christian (15/2), according to odds posted by Bovada.
The site also posted odds on who will be the Buckeyes' starting quarterback to open the 2015 regular season.
It's good to see that Scott Wolf of the L.A. Daily News still has it. Wolf added another shot to his cheerleader collection when he got together with members of the Oregon squad after the Ducks' victory over Florida State in the Rose Bowl.
Houston saved its best for last on Friday, scoring 29 points in the fourth quarter to complete an improbable 35-34 victory over Pittsburgh in the Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth. The announced crowd at Amon G. Carter Stadium was 37,888. But as you can see from Wiz correspondent Greg Laughlin's photos, the actual number was considerably less.