- Southern Football Coaches Highly Revered
by Robert Bianco August 2017
The rise and fall of Hugh Freeze remains the talk of the Southeastern Conference as another football season beckons with its crucible of regional rivalries.
- Number of College Football Teams at All-Time High
by Jason Scott August 2017
With the addition of four new college football programs, the number of NCAA (all divisions), NAIA and independent colleges and universities offering the sport has grown to 777, an all-time high, according to the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame.
- Air Force Football Opts Out of Extra Practice Time
by The Gazette August 2017
Air Force begins football practice Friday, even though technically it could have cranked up earlier this week.
- UCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible Due to YouTube Channel
by Jason Scott August 2017
University of Central Florida kicker Donald De La Haye has reportedly been ruled ineligible to compete this season after he refused the stipulations of an NCAA waiver related to his popular YouTube channel.
- Dayton Arena Renovation Nears Phase One Completion
by David Jablonski August 2017
Sparks rained from the ceiling to the floor at UD Arena. The University of Dayton wasn't practicing an indoor fireworks show in advance of Dayton Flyers men's basketball coach Anthony Grant's debut in three months.
- College Softball Coaches Recruit Younger Athletes
by Mark Wiedmer August 2017
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Frank Reed has been at this collegiate softball coaching business a long time, nearly 30 years total between Chattanooga State and UTC. So he's witnessed growth and change like few in his sport. He's seen grand venues such as the Mocs' Jim Frost Stadium be built. And wonderful complexes emerge such as our town's The Summit of Softball, which along with Warner Park (including Frost Stadium), is hosting more than 120 teams competing for USA Softball's 14-under fastpitch national championship.
- California's Travel Ban Could Impact College Athletics
by Jason Scott July 2017
These days, it seems as if everything, from your morning cup of coffee to the sports you watch on television, is becoming politicized. College athletics is not immune to the trend.
- Attorney: Ole Miss Can't Redact Freeze's Phone Records
by Dan Wolken July 2017
Thomas Mars, the Arkansas-based attorney for former Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt, claims the university is trying to avoid full disclosure of more than five years of former coach Hugh Freeze's phone records and is challenging the school's estimate of $25,100 in legal fees to complete the request.
- College Coaches Have Differing Takes on Two-a-Days
by Jim Allen July 2017
When the NCAA voted last spring to eliminate two-a-day, full-contact practices, most coaches gave the decision a thumbs-up. Now...
- Pac-12 to Experiment with Shortening Football Games
by Carter Karels July 2017
Commissioner Larry Scott announced Wednesday select non-conference games broadcast on the Pac-12 network...