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College Football Playoff Moves Most Future Semis Off Dec. 31

The College Football Playoff is moving the dates of future semifinals to ensure the games will be played either on a Saturday or a holiday.

College Football Playoff to Avoid Future New Year’s Eve Conflicts

Because of poor TV ratings in 2015, the dates of future semifinals will be played either on a Saturday or a holiday.

Pick Six: Pivotal Players Who Could Help Decide Big 12 Title

As Charlie Strong has learned in two years as Texas coach, the Big 12 is not a conference for a team trying to find an offensive identity. In a league filled with fast-paced spread attacks, it is difficult to hide deficiencies at quarterback.

Tebow Won't Say Retired, Intrigued by Coaching, Politics

Tim Tebow will not call himself a retired football player though he could see himself as a future coach. A career in politics also could be appealing down the road.

Delany Does Not See Rose Bowl Move to Accommodate Playoffs

Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany does not envision the Rose Bowl moving from its New Year's Day spot in order to accommodate the College Football Playoff semifinals.

Woman Shares Her Sexual Assault Story With Baylor Players

A woman who said she was raped by two Oregon State football players and two other men in 1998 shared her story with the Baylor football team Monday.

Sandusky Scandal Still Casts Shadow at Penn State

Penn State coach James Franklin sees an improved team in Happy Valley — and a program that can't escape the shadow cast by the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

ACC Gets New Look With Arrival of 4 New Coaches for 2016

The Atlantic Coast Conference's four new coaches find very different challenges ahead for the 2016 season.

Florida State Stands Between Clemson and Another Chance at a Title

The Tigers or the Seminoles have won the past five A.C.C. championship games. They meet again Oct. 29 in Tallahassee, Fla.

ACC, ESPN Extend Deal to 2036 That Includes New ACC Network

Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford said Thursday the league has extended its media deal with ESPN through the 2035-36 season, which includes the eventual launch of an ACC TV channel.

Potential Expansion Candidates for the Big 12, BYU to Tulane

Commissioner Bob Bowlsby has referred to what the Big 12 is about to step into as it moves toward expansion as a seller's market.

Mayfield, Mahomes Among Top QBs to Watch on Field in Big 12

Baker Mayfield once hosted Patrick Mahomes on a recruiting visit at Texas Tech.

Records Show Big 12 Expansion Candidates Vying for Attention

The good news for the Big 12 Conference is that there is no shortage of suitors.

Pick Six: Pivotal Players to Watch in the Pac-12

The Pac-12 has one Heisman Trophy favorite in Stanford's Christian McCaffrey, another legitimate contender in Oregon's Royce Freeman and maybe the most talented quarterback in the country west of Deshaun Watson in UCLA's Josh Rosen.

Baylor Players Heartbroken by Pepper Hamilton Report

Baylor quarterback Seth Russell was on a mission trip in Brazil with other athletes from the private Baptist school when he got the text message from Art Briles saying he was no longer their football coach.

Big 12 Directs Commissioner to Evaluate Expansion Candidates

The Big 12 presidents have directed Commissioner Bob Bowlsby to evaluate schools that are interested in joining the conference, stopping just short of announcing it was committed to expansion.

New Baylor AD Rhoades Sees Opportunities, Not Challenges

Mack Rhoades doesn't pretend to fully understand the mistakes Baylor has made. The school's new athletic director is just intent on doing his part to make sure they don't happen again.

Bowlsby: Big 12 Schools Committed to Ending Sexual Assaults

Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said Monday that league members are committed to the difficult task of "eradicating sexual assault" on their campuses in the aftermath of a scandal at Baylor that has damaged the image of the conferen...

Cal's Australia Game Is New Move to Take Football Down Under

California coach Sonny Dykes has prepared for the travel challenges associated with a season-opening game in Sydney.

Adoree’ Jackson Returns to U.S.C. Football Team After His Olympic Bid Falls Short

Jackson, who plays on offense, defense and special teams for U.S.C., failed to qualify for the United States track and field team.

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