HE/SHE SAIDCleared of conduct code violation, what comes next for Jameis WinstonFlorida State QB Jameis Winston has been cleared in his Code of Conduct case at the university and will not face any discipline.
SARTORIALHigh Five: Best-dressed MBK coaches Here’s NCAA.com’s version of the Dapper Dans of the maple courts.
FINANCESDeath of UAB football: Anger remains, but study banks on healingThe dust has settled on the calamitous decision to drop football, and CBSSports obtained a 58-page report that helps make sense of it all.
O'BCatching up with Ed O’Bannon An update on the NCAA’s petition to the US Court of Appeals to vacate Judge Claudia Wilken’s injunction.
SALARIESIs Any College Football Coach Worth $60 Million? Jim Harbaugh Is Michigan supposedly offered 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh a $42 million contract, which would him the highest-paid coach in the NCAA. Why they should offer even more.
Stadium Tech ReportFrom Mobile Sports Report comes their 4th issue in their Stadium Tech Report Series, which includes a focus on top college football stadium technology deployments.
PROTESTProtesters vs. Props for Freedom: College Athletes Can’t Breathe EitherAthletes are citizens, too, and protests in and through sport are a critical component of our political culture.
Winston defines 'consent' at hearingAccording to a transcript obtained Monday by ESPN, Jameis Winston did answer questions from the retired judge overseeing the Florida State quarterback's student code of conduct hearing for an alleged sexual assault in 2012.
COACHINGThe Most Powerful Coaches In College Football Forbes’ methodology: salary, plus % of school’s total coaching budget and athletic spending it comprises. Also: football budget and the coach’s termination amount.
VALUATIONThe Most Valuable Teams in College Football 2014 This methodology looks at the value generated by college football's top teams for four key areas: their universities, athletic departments, conferences and local communities.
BEST'WORSTCollege Football's Best And Worst Teams For The Buck To determine the best/worst teams for the money Forbes compared expenses, assuming that they influence the following year’s performance, then adjusted win totals, and limited the pool to a spending cutoff of $40 million over three seasons.
MEDIA2014’s Top 25 football TV draws From Sports Media Watch, here’s look back at the regular season’s most-watched games.
BOWLINGComing soon: 35 bowl games in 24 days This year’s bowls will bring in almost $100 million from title sponsors. (Includes great bowl chart)
NCAAOne of Their OwnQuick, name the last D1 AD hired into the NCAA in the last quarter century?
COACHESWhat drives Jim Harbaugh, not money, will determine his next moveClips Guest CommentaryIn the NFL, you need players. In college football, players need you.
SALARIESThe 20 highest paid coaches in college basketball There are not as many more-than-$2.5m men’s basketball coaches as there are in football, but there are almost two dozen.
CLUSTERINGAt Top Athletics Programs, Students Often Major in EligibilityThe Chronicle analyzed athlete’s majors at 17 of the top 25 football schools in late October. At almost every institution, they found some athletes clustering in a small number of majors.
HIRINGWest Virginia’s Oliver Luck to join NCAA staff This is a big hire for a big job.
FIRINGMichigan marketing guy resigns, supposedly for “infinity and power” remarkSaying the wrong thing at the wrong time can have devastating consequences.
FACILITIESOle Miss Releases Vaught-Hemingway Expansion PlansSeating capacity will rise to 64,038 in 2016.
FIRE/HIREMost/least disappointing coach changes rankedThose fertile minds at Deadspin have spent a lot of time analyzing which coach changes have panned out. And which haven’t.
HAVES/NOTSA (Football) Tale of 2 UniversitiesClips Guest CommentaryThe guest authors describe administrators "feeling the necessity to spend ever more funds on high coaches’ salaries and fancy facilities lest they suffer athletic humiliation and the wrath of irate alumni and fans."
ACADEMICSUT Announces Creation of the Center for Sports Leadership and InnovationThe center was created “to leverage our stature as a premier research and sports institution and enhance the character development of young student-athletes.”
ACADEMICSDoing the Coach a Favor What seemed to be a gray area turned out to be black & white.
AD REPORTSyracuse athletic director Daryl Gross' impact on basketball through 10 yearsThe basketball program at Syracuse hasn't changed much during Daryl Gross' 10 years as athletic director. It just keeps winning. ￼