By Dave Miller, National Football Post The most sacred of days in college football is upon us. And although the BCS national championship game is still six days away (and that's not the only game left on the 2012-13 slate),
The Wayland Police Department kicked off 2013 with three New Year's Day arrests, including two on assault charges. Perhaps not unexpectedly, the first arrest of 2013 came in the form of an OUI for 22-year-old Garrett Moore of Henry's Mill Lane in Sudbury.
On January 1, 2013 at approximately 3 a.m., Emmanuel Siegel, 31, of Long Island City, NY, was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Siegel was observed to be operating a 2001 Jeep without headlights, making an illegal U-turn, and driving over the
New Year's Day is still the biggest day in college football, but from January 2 through the BCS national championship on January 7, there is a steady diet of great action for fans as well. The rest of the BCS bowl schedule will play out, and Johnny
Every single day ever is college football day, but no day means more to college football, and vice versa, quite like New Year's.