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Bowl Predictions 2015: Projections for College Football Playoff

Surprise teams such as Utah, Florida, Northwestern and Michigan have shaken up the NCAA football rankings this year and will likely find themselves in respectable bowl games. The No. 5 Utes have seven first-place votes in the latest Associated Press poll, though, and have a clearer path to the College Football Playoff. Show More Summary

Daily fantasy football draws attention, ire of NCAA

Watch any of the weekend's college football games and it's hard to go even 30 minutes without seeing a commercial for upstart sites DraftKings and FanDuel. As a debate intensifies about whether the loosely regulated industry should be considered gambling, the ads are creating an uncomfortable association...

Live Streaming: The No. 1 Reason The NCAA Will Regret Arguing That Athletes Lack Publicity Rights

For college football fans who are disappointed with the way athletic conferences and television networks have profited from student-athletes' work product, here is the perfect chance to voice a protest. Fans who have already purchased tickets to this Saturday's Georgia-Tennessee football game at Neyland Stadium could live stream the game on Meerkat and [...]

College Football Teams Who Wish They Could Have a Restart to 2015 Season

If you ever played the NCAA Football video game, you probably hit the reset button the moment you found yourself down 21-0 in the first quarter. Real life, of course, doesn't have that reset button. The constant challenge football teams face is to overcome adversity when things don't immediately go their way. Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2015: Week 6 Polls, Top 25 Standings and Analysis

After a weekend that turned the Top 25 on its head and produced numerous surprising results, Week 6 brings the potential for more unpredictable outcomes and epic finishes. For the second straight year in college football, the opening weekend of October served as a murderer's row for some of the nation's top teams. Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2015: Predicting the Top 25 After Week 5

The upset bug came back with a vengeance in Week 5 of the college football season. Four Top 10 teams lost to lower-ranked opponents, including a pair of SEC powers that lost big cross-divisional games by the exact same scoreline. The...Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2015: Week 6 Standings for College's Top 25 Teams

Take what you thought you knew about the college football elite and throw it out the window, because an upset-filled weekend of action has left the Top 25 looking drastically different. The previously ranked No. 1 team had to scrape and claw its way to a win over Indiana. Show More Summary

Tulane’s Aaron Golub becomes first legally blind player in NCAA football game

Aaron Golub was born with Peter’s Anomaly, which left him blind in his right eye and nearly so in his left. However, Golub had a passion for football and he didn’t let his genetic condition prevent him from pursuing it. On Saturday, Golub made history as the first known legally blind player to play in an NCAA football […]

Aaron Golub, Tulane Long Snapper, 1st Legally Blind Player to Play in NCAA Game

Tulane’s Aaron Golub made history on Saturday by becoming the first legally blind athlete to play in an NCAA football game. Golub longsnapped a successful PAT with 8:20 left in the fourth quarter to give the Green Wave a 45-17 lead in...Show More Summary

College Football Rankings 2015: Final NCAA Overview of Week 5 Standings

The margin between Ohio State and Michigan State for the No. 1 spot in the Associated Press poll is only 85 points. In the Amway poll, it's exactly 100. If the Buckeyes don't start winning in more convincing fashion, the reigning national...Show More Summary

NCAA, you probably survived O'Bannon. Can you survive a lawyer who just beat Roger Goodell?

Good morning! It's your wakeup roundup of college football stuff, but first, a word on the NCAA. A year after a district court found in the Ed O'Bannon trial that the NCAA's amateurism rules were breaking antitrust laws, a court of appeals partially affirmed and partially reversed that decision. Show More Summary


NCAA BAN ON PAYING COLLEGE ATHLETES VIOLATES FEDERAL ANTITRUST LAW:  The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled today that the NCAA’s ban on any pay for basketball or football players in Division I schools violates federal antitrust law. Ruling that the Supreme Court has not settled the issue, and setting the stage […]

Illini students are first to announce NCAA football games in Chinese

After Middle Tennessee State missed a game-winning field-goal attempt against Illinois on Saturday, junior Liaohan He jumped from his seat in the Memorial Stadium broadcast booth and shouted into his microphone. "It didn't go in," he exclaimed in Mandarin Chinese to his listening audience. "Illinois...

EA Sports might make 'NCAA Football' games in the future, circuit court concludes

"This has made you money before, so you'll probably want to make money on it again" seems like pretty sound logic. A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that the NCAA violates antitrust laws by curbing how much athletes can receive...Show More Summary

Athletic Conferences Don't Have The Right To Stop Daily Fantasy Sports, But Players Might

Last week, the NCAA and several member athletic conferences expressed an intent to crack down on daily fantasy sports.  Yet, neither the college football trade association nor any of its member conferences has the power to prevent daily fantasy football websites from using college football players' names and statistics in their [...]

College Football Rankings 2015: Week 5 NCAA Standings and Top 25 Team Records

The Top 25 for Week 5 reflects a Week 4 that wasn't nearly as straightforward as fans anticipated. Oregon—the top-ranked Pac -12 team heading into the season—was not only defeated by Utah, but thoroughly dominated. The Utes blew out the Ducks 62-20 and moved into the Top 10, according to the latest AP Poll. Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2015: Latest Polls, Underrated Teams Poised to Climb

Week 4 of the college football season didn ’t look like much on paper. There were obvious mismatches, a dearth of games between ranked teams outside of the Pac -12 and plenty of last-minute cupcakes before conference season was in full...Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2015: Week 5 Standings and Analysis for Latest Polls

Even without many changes to the Top 10, a few West Coast blowouts helped change the perception for a number of college football teams heading into Week 5. Utah surprised almost everyone with a dominant road performance at Oregon, while UCLA easily handled Arizona on the road. Show More Summary

College Football Picks Week 5: Predictions and Odds for Top 25 Schedule

Ahh, Week 5. Another chance for the NCAA college football Top 25 to reshape itself in what will surely be another Saturday of carnage. Last week saw Michigan yank BYU out of the rankings and insert itself into the Cougars' No. 22 position after a 31-0 victory. Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2015: Predicting Week 5 AP Poll Post-Week 4 Results

Week 4 of the college football season represented a chance for some of the nation's biggest programs to steady the ship and develop some rhythm entering October, and several teams capitalized on golden opportunities Saturday. So with...Show More Summary

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