EIREHow’s this for a neutral site game? Penn State vs. UCF in Dublin, IrelandClips Eyewitness Report Here’s a “he is there” eyewitness account of the Penn State football game in Ireland by Penn State Associate AD Rick Kaluza, who “volunteered” himself to write a report for Clips.
CFPMeet the public face of the playoff selection committeeCFP Selection Committee chairman Jeff Long has an impressive football pedigree. He is largely unknown to the great majority of fans, but that will soon change.
WORKPLACEIn Wisconsin, a Football Great Loves a CabanaClips eFlashWisconsin AD, CFP Selection Committee member and former Wisconsin FB coach Barry Alvarez heads to his poolside cabana to watch games.
UPSETSHow Appalachian State Changed College FootballGuaranty games will dwindle due to CFP selection criteria that have set a higher priority on strength of schedule. This year plenty of games have been scheduled from 2-3-4 years ago, but numbers will drop in the future.
"WEAKNESS" OF SCHEDULE'Guarantee' games to fetch $12.8MGuaranty games will dwindle due to CFP selection criteria that have set a higher priority on strength of schedule. This year plenty of games have been scheduled from 2-3-4 years ago, but numbers will drop in the future.
GENDERThe Meaning of PinkThe University of Iowa’s Kinnick Stadium has had pink visiting locker room since 1979. Now there’s the threat of a Title IX lawsuit to end this “gender slur.”
FB ATTAt College Football Games, Student Sections Likely to Have Empty Seats The declining attendance reflects soaring ticket prices and an increase in TV games.
FAVORITESInfoGraphic: Most popular college football team by stateWe've seen Hate Maps, but now it's time for a Love Map.
CFPLong's diverse experience makes him ideal fit as selection committee chair The first-ever CFP selection committee chair hopes the year ends in something less than a firestorm.
RESETNew AD brings a pro approach to the college experienceWhere better to look than professional leagues? After all, they have been in the business of sports for a long time.
NOTABLESCollege Football's 25 Most Intriguing People in SuitsClips Guest CommentaryThere are lists and there are lists. The rat-a-tat mind that churns out the immensely popular “Forde’s Forty” has come up with as good a selection of 25 CFB notables as any there are.
FB CHANGES25 things to watch: The playoff will affect everything, except elite's statusClips Guest CommentaryOur guest author comes up with a great idea on changing college football.
O'BANNONO'Bannon lawyers seek $52.4 million from NCAA after victoryLed by Hausfeld LLP, 43 law firms are seeking attorneys' fees of $46.9 million and recoverable costs of $5.6 million.
COACHINGAfter offseason of change, Charlie Strong and Texas ready for resultsTexas’s massive resources and excellent recruiting base beget big expectations.
FANSNew CFB Hall of Fame opens in new city The revamped College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta opened its doors to the public on Saturday Aug. 23.
SPONSORSHIPSSyracuse University confirms agreement of new multimedia rights contract with IMGIMG temporarily lost--then regained--a contract that covers both broadcasting and multimedia rights.
AAUOut Of Power: How D.C.'s most prominent AAU leader landed in jail The one-time AAU powerbroker is seen by some as a benevolent mentor who sold drugs only to pay rent for needy players’ families or to help out downtrodden friends from his childhood. But not by others.
INFLUENCEBig splash on college football in the Sunday New York Times The “Newspaper of Record” has plenty to say about the present and future of the business of big-time college football.
FINEBAUMMy Conference Can Beat Your Conference Clips Book ReviewThe SEC is on a roll, winner 7 of the last 8 national football championships. But broadcaster/author Paul Finebaum was on the SEC-is-the-über-conference bandwagon before it even had wheels.
CFBMove over, SEC: Why the Pac-12 will be the nation’s best football conference Clips Guest CommentaryIt takes a bold fellow to make such a prediction, and our guest author is definitely that.
DIVERSITYThe Failure of College Sport as an Equal Opportunity Employer Clips Guest CommentaryOur guest author says “it is especially embarrassing for me that colleges appear to have the worst record in sports for hiring women and people of color.”
AMENITIESBeer and Circus?The restrictions have started to be lifted on in-stadium, non-premium seating beer sales. Here’s where/why.
REFORM“The Insurgents Who Could Bring Down the NCAA”Clips eFlash“Insurgents” conjures up images of bandoleers, rickety AK-47s and fighting men in sandals, but there are no firearms mentioned in this posting.
TRADEMARKSWhich college football coaches have tried to trademark their name?Here’s Clips™ reportage, from the ClipsTruthSquad™ via a Clips Guest Commentary™ of the growing trend for persons, places and things to be trademarked.
SURVEYSHow colleges, administrators, and faculty are faring The Almanac of Higher Education 2014 serves up “Academe by the Numbers.”