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Baylor doesn’t need the death penalty in order to recover from its sexual assault/domestic violence scandal.
Here’s an excellent primer on the rule changes and adjustments in college football this season.
Nebraska players say they’ll honor the memory of punter Sam Foltz with their play.
After coming up a touchdown short in the College Football Playoff title game, Clemson hopes to finish this season with no regrets.
Now that the NCAA has relaxed the rules regarding social media and recruiting, coaches have to be ready to like and retweet recruits’ posts.
An interesting compilation of all the preseason polls for FBS conferences. Clip and save … or, bookmark if you’re a millennial.
The Missouri Valley Conference has pushed for a change in how the NCAA brackets teams for the Football Championship Series playoffs.
Alec Peters would have been the top graduate transfer in college basketball but he decided to return to play at Valparaiso.
UT-San Antonio, like other Conference USA schools, is coping with budget cuts because of reduced television revenue.
After being demoted from his role as offensive coordinator, Dave Baldwin says he’s still comfortable on Oregon State’s staff as the wide receivers coach.