From Uniforms to Slogans, Oregon a Proud Trendsetter
by Dan Wolken, USA TODAY Sports January 2015
The first thing Oregon players and administrators noticed when they arrived in Seattle for a 2012 game against Washington State was that they had been ripped off.
Air Force Takes Aim at Culture with Hiring of New AD
by Brent Briggeman - The Gazette January 2015
Saying it found a man who will "set a culture and climate aligned with our core values," Air Force announced Jim Knowlton as its selection as the academy's athletic director.
WVU Tabs State Native, Alum as Next Athletic Director
by MIKE CASAZZA, DAILY MAIL SPORTSWRITER January 2015
The first thing Shane Lyons wants to do as West Virginia's newly hired athletic director is get to know the place he once knew so well.
Meyer Calls to Help Fund Families' Title Game Travel
by David Jablonski January 2015
Urban Meyer, feeling the squeeze from Ezekiel Elliott, said families shouldn't feel the financial squeeze of another trip. If it's up to Urban Meyer, Buckeyes players such as Nik Sarac and Doran Grant will have their families to celebrate with after the title game in Texas.
College Football Playoff Exceeding Expectations
by AB Staff January 2015
Midway through the first College Football Playoff, one thing really stands out. Why did it take so long for this to happen?
National Championship Game Tickets Hit Four Figures
by Ryan Osborne Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TNS) January 2015
Unless you planned ahead, you likely won’t have a chance to buy tickets to the college football national championship game at the $450 face value.
State Rep. Correct: Most Colleges Lose Money on Sports
by NANCY MADSENPolitiFactVirginia.com December 2014
At the end of his 24-year congressional career, Rep. Jim Moran Jr. is returning to his athletic roots. Moran, D-8th, is the son and namesake of Jim Moran Sr., who played professional football with the Boston Redskins in the mid-1930s.
Meet Ray Watts, the Most Unpopular Man in Birmingham
by Las Vegas Sun December 2014
The most unpopular man in Birmingham, Ala., these days is Dr. Ray Watts, the president of the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
Lady Vols Alums to Rally Against Name Change
by Dan Fleser firstname.lastname@example.org December 2014
Mollie DeLozier swam at the University of Tennessee in 1973, when she said the team’s yearly operating budget was $1,700.
In Today's College Football, No Such Thing as Cheap Win
by Steve Berkowitz, USA TODAY Sports December 2014
Renowned for its spending on football facilities, the University of Oregon has been one of the nation's least-extravagant schools this season when it comes to basic coaching cost per victory. Not bad for a team in the College Football Playoff.