Some players aren't made for college football. Louisville running back Michael Dyer fits that description. That's not an indictment on Dyer. The NCAA system is such that it demands athletes take care of athletics and academics at the same time—or at least enough to get by. Show More Summary
ACC commissioner John Swofford was 'perplexed' with the College Football Playoff selection committee's choice to drop FSU in its weekly rankings, but he wasn't afraid the Seminoles would be excluded if they won out.
Michigan supposedly offered 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh a $42 million contract, which would him the highest-paid coach in the NCAA. Why they should offer even more.
Mount Union and Wisconsin-Whitewater will meet for the NCAA Division III football title on Friday night at 7 p.m. EST, in a game that will be televised by ESPNU. Many of you are probably saying: Who are these teams, and why are you writing about them? Well, it’s only one of the greatest rivalries you’ve […]
While the season-long narrative in NCAA football focused mainly on how and why the playoff committee would choose the four teams to contest the inaugural College Football Playoff, those plot points are moot, and the discussions surrounding...Show More Summary
West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck, who also serves on the College Football Playoff selection committee, is reportedly set to leave his post to take on a prominent role with the NCAA. Mike Casazza of the Charleston Daily Mail...Show More Summary
The NCAA has a complicated set of rules for coaches and prospects to follow, which affects recruiting. National Signing Day is February 4, and over the next two months, college football fans will hear all sorts of vague terminology that...Show More Summary
Guess he'll probably leave the College Football Playoff selection committee too. West Virginia University athletic director Oliver Luck is leaving for an NCAA job, according to the Charleston Daily Mail's Mike Casazza. Casazza reports...Show More Summary
Around this time every year, a handful of major college football programs dump their coach in search of quick success. Some moves work better than others. Read more...
Tensions are high as the nation eagerly await Saturday night's Heisman Trophy declaration. Any of college football's three superstar finalists could walk away with the NCAA's prestigious honor. Who is anyone kidding? Marcus Mariota will...Show More Summary
It's officially college football bowl season. But more to the point, it's officially college football bowl gift season. The gift packages each bowl gives away are a deserved prize to the teams that won six or more games. The NCAA allows...Show More Summary
Bowl season is here, meaning college football players who have earned the right to make their school additional gobs of money can finally go about snapping up free stuff without fear of NCAA reprisal. As usual, there is an abundanceShow More Summary
And four of five power conferences were won by their best recruiting teams, USC's NCAA sanctions aside. The national champions of the BCS era were typically those teams who brought in more four- and five-star recruits than two- and three-star...Show More Summary
If you set the controversial arguments aside and take the first ever College Football Playoff for what it is, there's no denying the two semifinals offer everything a fan would want. There's the Rose Bowl, which pegs last year's Heisman Trophy winner in Jameis Winston against the likely 2014 Heisman winner in Marcus Mariota. Show More Summary
Another full college football season is in the books and the inaugural College Football Playoff bracket is set. As expected, there were quite a few surprises in the top four and final poll overall. The most resounding change was Ohio State taking the final spot in the playoff to face No. Show More Summary
We've reached the end of the line. The final polls are out, and the playoff committee has made its decision. To steal a quote from TCU head coach Gary Patterson "I don't know what happens tomorrow, but bottom line is we've done everything...Show More Summary
All eyes are on the selection committee with the conference championships wrapping up business end of the 2014 college football season. With Sunday's final College Football Playoff rankings, all of the debate will end regarding the top...Show More Summary
It was championship week and fans expected plenty of playoff drama to unfold. We all wanted chaos. While chaos may still ensue with six teams having legitimate claims to four spots, most games ended up being blowouts this week with the...Show More Summary
Oregon enters the final Saturday of the 2014 season as the only Top Four team having taken care of business and seemingly wrapped up its spot in the College Football Playoff. Alabama can inevitably wrap up their case for the playoffShow More Summary
As television revenue increases for conferences and the NCAA, and demand increases for schools to compete for national championships, salaries for the head coaches are skyrocketing. So it is not surprising that the most successful coach in college football, Nick Saban, tops the list. Show More Summary