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Having the respect of his peers, as reflected in a recent informal survey of Big 12 and Southeastern Conference coaches, means everything to Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops.
Defending champion Michigan State is picked to finish third in the Big Ten Conference but that doesn’t bother coach Mark Dantonio.
The College Football Playoff’s leaders reversed their misguided stance regarding holding semifinal games on New Year’s Eve.
Following Thursday’s announcement of the CFP schedule tweaks, Stewart Mandel of FOXSports.com delves into some of the details.
Michigan State’s Josiah Price is pursuing all avenues in his quest to be an outstanding tight end.
New Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown, aka Dr. Blitz, brings a strong reputation to Ann Arbor.
Big Ten Network analyst Gerry DiNardo offers his thoughts on how Purdue can turn around its football program.
Working out a contract extension for Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz will be tricky for athletic director Gary Barta.
American Athletic Conference commissioner Mike Aresco is confident the league will be fine if it loses schools to Big 12 expansion.
And speaking of Big 12 expansion … Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com reports that sources tell him the conference would like to decide on new members by the end of August – before the football season starts.