SUCCESSAmerica’s Great Working-Class CollegesFrom the New York Times come several snapshots of college successes for the non-elite.
BK SELECTIONSMetrics for the NCAA tournament selection committee to considerThere must be a better way to select the best 68 teams?
TIME DEMANDSIvy League spurs conversation about student-athlete time demands, early recruitingAn emphasis on the welfare of student-athletes has been engrained in Ivy League policies.
CFPHow the CFP committee chooses its new membersThe pressure is on to select the right people for the most powerful committee in all of college sports
COACHING'General managers' now more prevalent at major programsCoaches still run the show, but off-field staffers are growing more important and powerful by the year.
CTEWife of Texas football legend Greg Ploetz sues NCAA over CTEPloetz, who never played in the NFL, was diagnosed with Stage 4 CTE after his death.
STUDENT-ATHLETE WELFARE3rd Annual Autonomy Meeting held at NCAA Convention in NashvilleReforms in Time Balance, Cost of Attendance, Multi-Year Scholarships, Voice of Student Included
PACAre ADs angling for a Washington bailout of NCAA amateurism?Clips eFlashLEAD1 is making preparation for potential lobbying in Washington.
VEGASUNLV AD says Sam Boyd Stadium ‘ready and prepared’ if Raiders come earlyVegas' Boyd is a great facility, and it will be a new state-of-the-art stadium.
INTERCESSIONWhy President Trump Should Pick a Fight With the NCAAHere's an impassioned appeal for the new president to rescue college athletes.
BUDGETSIt’s official: Cal athletics bleeding cash at astounding rateFiscal woes caused by debt service payments on the $460 million Memorial Stadium and Simpson Training Center projects.
LEADERSHIPQ&A with Penn AD Grace CalhounCalhoun discusses her background, lessons learned, plans for the years ahead, and what it’s like being one of relatively few female athletics directors in the country.
PENALTIESConsistent PunishmentNew study finds that penalties for breaking NCAA rules are largely consistent across conferences -- and that MBK and FB account for the vast majority of violations.
OVER-TRAINING?Oregon FB Players HospitalizedOregon's treatment of athletes is unacceptable but it is more common than people realize.
TIMENCAA time demands rules ignore the biggest problem: the gamesPlayers' overloaded schedules don't need added activities but changes in how games are scheduled.
LEADERSHIPNick Saban finds harmony with new Alabama AD Greg ByrneSaban and Byrne should work well together leading the Crimson Tide to new heights.
STATSCollege football scoring average increases to highest ever in 2016 seasonIf you like points, you really enjoyed college football this past year.
FACILITIESSmaller venues are better? And smarter?Timely article explores the new era of “smart and social” sports facilities.
AD HIREBREAKING: Sources say Phillip Fulmer as AD 'about done'Sources indicate Tennessee is nearing a deal to hire a new AD. By John Brice,
CFPThe CFP And Other NCAA Revenues Are An Exposé Of Selfish InterestHere's as best a history of the CFP as can be had in fifteen or so paragraphs.
REFORMCollege football's unchecked conditioning culture is dangerous for playersThe NCAA and schools must protect athletes from unqualified coaches and questionable offseason training.
CONFERENCESCoaches, revenues pushing Big Ten toward top playThe Big Ten looks robust and ready to be a major force again next year and beyond.
LONG GAMESIt's time for college football to shorten games for the fans and playersAs exciting as the games might be, their length is making it difficult for almost everyone involved.
GENDERWhere are the women?In 1972 women coached 72% of the collegiate women's teams. Today, they coach less than half.
COMPENSATIONBlackistone: MLK would’ve frowned on Dabo Swinney profiting off of black laborClips eFlashCoach Swinney plays the entitlement card.