Princeton quarterback Quinn Epperly and Harvard defensive end Zach Hodges were named the Asa S. Bushnell Cup winners as the Ivy League football players of the year on Monday.
Alabama's AJ McCarron has captured the 2013 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, presented annually to the top college quarterback in the nation.
After missing out on the final at- large BCS bid, No. 10 Oregon will have to settle for a meeting with Mack Brown and the Texas Longhorns in the Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30.
It was as wild a month to finish a college football season in recent memory.
The University at Albany will reportedly hire Maryland assistant head coach Greg Gattuso this week as the next head coach of the Great Danes.
Head football coach Craig Bohl will finish the season at two-time reigning FCS champion North Dakota State before departing for his new duties leading the University of Wyoming program.
Middle Tennessee accepted an invitation Sunday to play Navy in the Armed Forces Bowl on Dec. 30.
East Carolina announced Sunday it has accepted an invitation to participate in the 2013 Beef O'Brady's Bowl.
Florida State and Auburn are the top two teams in the Associated Press college football poll heading into the bowl season, while Ohio State tumbled from second to seventh following its loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten title game.
Second-round FCS playoff action ended in dramatic fashion Saturday night as No. 4 seed Southeastern Louisiana scored on a touchdown pass from Bryan Bennett with 36 seconds remaining to give the Lions a one-point win over Sam Houston State.
For the record 11th year in a row, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has won the vote as NASCAR's most popular driver by the fans.
There are no more five-year plans in the NFL.
Right-hander Roy Halladay will reportedly call it a career on Monday.
Center Tiago Splitter will not be joining the San Antonio Spurs on their upcoming two-game road trip because of tightness in his left calf.
The Philadelphia Flyers have placed forward Vincent Lecavalier on injured reserve.