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Charlie Strong’s off-season has been filled with positive karma that might bode well for his third season at Texas.
NCAA rules limit Division I staffs to 10 coaches but that hasn’t stopped schools – starting with Alabama and Nick Saban – from hiring dozens of staffers who help behind the scenes.
Interesting perspective on how Bill Self put his stamp on Kansas’ program after taking over for Roy Williams.
Tracy Claeys, who is going into his first full season as Minnesota’s coach, is a homebody and a hero in his hometown.
Western Kentucky is working to do more with less in terms of its athletic budget for the 2016-17 season.
The Mountain West Conference hopes to improve its national profile by having more success in non-conference games.
A detailed assessment of what might go into the selection of Notre Dame’s starting quarterback.
This columnist asks “How far should BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe go to secure the school’s invitation to the Big 12?”
If the Big 12 adds Cincinnati, would that slow or impact Ohio State’s football recruiting momentum?
College football media days also mean media guides, those publications packed with rosters, statistics and player biographies. Here are some fun facts gleaned from SEC media guides.
The Mid-American Conference is in favor of satellite camps but commissioner Jon Steinbrecher says there needs to be limits on when and where the camps can be held.
Cal’s season opener against Hawaii in Australia will bring in $1 million more than the typical home game.