After a day on the IR, the Roundup returns to deliver a collection of interesting stories. Just click and read.
UAB’s football program was dead, then resurrected, now is preparing to return to the field in 2017.
The University of New Mexico athletic department is facing a $1.5 million deficit.
The plusses and minuses for BYU and Connecticut joining the Big 12 as football-only members.
Temple’s stated desire to be considered as a Big 12 expansion candidate is delusional.
Big 12 expansion and the unknown future of how football telecasts will be delivered were the main topics at the American Athletic Conference football media days.
North Carolina’s response to investigation by the NCAA can be summed up in four words: “None of your business.”
Oregon State’s defensive improvement will be determined by a deep but young roster.
UCLA’s Conor McDermott took an unusual path in becoming one of the nation’s best offensive tackles.
Texas sophomore linebacker Malik Jefferson is not only the key player on the Longhorns’ defense, his decision to attend UT could become a key moment in the program’s turnaround.
Barry J. Sanders, the son of the greatest player in Oklahoma State history is a graduate transfer from Stanford who could boost the Cowboys’ running game.