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Navy’s overlooked senior class is continuing to build a lasting legacy. Bill Wagner of the Capital Gazette reports.
Spurned by the Big 12 in expansion, BYU remains an independent and has a solid television agreement with ESPN. Via Scott D. Pierce of the Salt Lake Tribune.
With the Big 12 apparently headed for another non-participation ribbon in the College Football Playoff this season, Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times wonder if the conference’s CFP status can ever change.
The SEC East Division is worse than the Mountain West Conference … and Jon Solomon of CBSSports.com has the numbers and research to back up that claim.
Creighton basketball is still trying to prove that it has moved on and can be successful as they enter Year Three of the “post-McBuckets” (Doug McDermott) era. Travis Hines reports for NBCSports.com’s College Basketball Talk.
Boots-on-the-ground journalism: Missouri faces an uncertain future one year after student protests and a one-day boycott by the football team rocked the campus. Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com reports from Columbia.
Northwestern receiver Austin Carr leads the Big Ten in receiving yardage and he’s focused on football instead of a possible music career. Lindsay Schnell of SI.com’s Campus Insiders tells his story.