Time to take a break – it’s OK, we’ll clear it with the boss – and read some of the great stories included in today’s Roundup. Just click and read.
In its bid to be included in the Big 12’s expansion plans, Houston is trying to overcome its reputation as a “commuter” school.
Remember the 13-year-old quarterback who then-USC coach Lane Kiffin offered a scholarship? Six years later, he’s at a junior-college chasing his dreams.
Ivan Maisel of ESPN.com looks at college football’s blue-blood programs and why they’re important.
North Carolina coach Larry Fedora made a mistake in adding former Illinois coach Tim Beckman as a volunteer … and then made another mistake trying to explain it.
Going into his second season at Florida, coach Jim McElwain has an on-going theme: discipline.
Is new Texas offensive coordinator Sterlin Gilbert under any pressure? Not if you think his boss’ job doesn’t depend on how good the Longhorns’ offense is.
With the season about to start, here’s a good assessment of the coaches who are on the hot seat.
The College Football Playoff goes into its third season … and isn’t it about time for a huge controversy about which four teams get in and which ones get left out?
New Cal quarterback Davis Webb has something in common with coach Sonny Dykes and offensive coordinator Jake Spavital – all three are sons of coaches.