We know that President Obama is in favor of a playoff. But there is now enough evidence that the current system is not only unfair and possibly illegal, it's costing our states money.
Jim Tressel chose his path. When he took the Ohio State job in 2001, he made the conscious decision to thrust himself into a world where doing what's right is the actions of fools.
If you are a parent of a high school student athlete who has aspirations to play in college, you may want to pay attention to what's going on at the U...
And as I did with everyone who came to me with a copy of my biography of the legendary Grambling coach, I asked: "Did you know Coach Rob?" I, of course, wanted to know more.
It's an idea so obvious that it will never be implemented, but a football major does provide the athletic world and academic world with a semblance of something: a compromise.
Did Michigan really hire the best football coach it could find in Brady Hoke? Or did they hire the guy who understood them best? Today, the winning...
Jocks hate nerds. It's that simple. Jocks are especially peeved when nerds attempt to impose their nerdiness on others as they do in the math-heavy BCS system.
Stanford's football team, ranked No. 5 in the national polls, will crush Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl game on Monday, Jan. 3 -- if size and spirit and class will win the night.
A handful of brands seem to be coming up with a viable solution to use the college platform, the bowl platform, and the good will of the holiday season to create an effective win for all involved.
The Army-Navy game and Heisman Trophy presentation have come to represent the opposite poles of what might still be called major intercollegiate football.
With the NCAA tournament always comes the rise of the Mid-Major school, that smaller school whose postseason runs give us the biggest thrills. However, for many schools, it's a run that's very difficult to sustain.
The best the NCAA has to offer was on display last night and it wasn't the Heisman Trophy presentation in New York City. It took place in Philadelphia where the Navy Midshipmen took on the Black Knights of Army.
If you're a football fan, you probably know Lou Holtz as a college football coach. What you may not know is his compelling quest to do 107 things before he died. It started in 1966, when Lou was 28 years old.
I am a liberal Democrat who is opposed to the War in Afghanistan, was against the War in Iraq, and protested against the Vietnam War years ago. I guess you could call me a pacifist. But I love watching the Army-Navy game.
What we don't know can hurt us, sometimes fatally. So it is encouraging to see a continued increase in dialogue on concussions in football.
The Bills continue to be a competitive team, and I like them as a dog against a Minnesota team that is still simply a bad team lead by a bad quarterback.