Why Georgia Tech Should Finally Hire a Black Football Coach

Georgia Tech made the widely anticipated take-off of coach Jeff Collins and athletic director Todd Stansbury officially on Monday. Schools usually want to hire an athletic director before a coach, and they expect a search company to help both reasons – a new AD can come up with a short list of contacts and candidates … Read more

Fox addresses accusation of banning Urban Meyer banners at pre-game show

1. The Fox College Football Preliminary Show was held in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on Saturday for the Maryland-Michigan game. Urban Meyer was a hit in Ohio back in the day, making him an unpopular figure in the Wolverine Territory. Due to Mayer’s disastrous stint in the NFL and the fact that he became an internet … Read more

CFP: Bowl officials want to expand the playoff to move from on-campus venues

Bowl Season officials are still hopeful that the expanded College Football Playoff will include more of its games. In a letter sent to conference delegates, Bowl Season CEO Nick Carparelli encouraged conference leaders to play first-round matches at bowl locations rather than on-campus venues, providing a list of reasons for such a move. In an … Read more

New college football calendar suggests moving on early in the season

A proposal to renew the 365-day college football calendar calls for leaders to study further to move the start of the regular season as well as the bowl season. The proposed calendar, a collaboration between the FBS Ten Conferences and Notre Dame, would also create new dead periods, allow off-campus hiring for high school juniors, … Read more

College football is filled with endgame nightmares in 2022

Forty names, games, teams, and minute details making news in college football (“You Play to Win the Game” commemorative videos sold separately at Tempe): More Dash: urban specification | ROI Third quarter Endgame horrors There have been 67 single-class games so far this season, which seems to be on par with most years. But it … Read more

New college football calendar suggests moving on early in the season

A proposal to renew the 365-day college football calendar calls for leaders to study further to move the start of the regular season as well as the bowl season. The proposed calendar, a collaboration between the FBS Ten Conferences and Notre Dame, would also create new dead periods, allow off-campus hiring for high school juniors, … Read more

College football is filled with endgame nightmares in 2022

Forty names, games, teams, and minute details making news in college football (“You Play to Win the Game” commemorative videos sold separately at Tempe): More Dash: urban specification | ROI Third quarter Endgame horror There have been 67 single-class games so far this season, which seems to be on par with most years. But it … Read more

Drop 12 teams in the College Football Playoffs: App State, Georgia, USC

Why wait a few years before assembling an extended college football accessory bracket when we can do it now?! Let’s celebrate the college leaders who finally agreed on something good for the entire sport, from coast to coast. Using the current college football standings to create a fictional 12-team playoff bracket based on the model … Read more

Dominant Strider, Contreras homers, Braves sweep Phillies | Major League Baseball

ATLANTA (AFP) – Rookie Spencer Strider made an unsuccessful sixth inning bid and netted 10 goals, William Contreras smashed the tiebreaker, and the Atlanta Braves beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 Sunday in a three-game sweep. Strider (11-5) didn’t allow a hit until Alec Bom tied it 1-1. Rookie quarterback Michael Harris II looked like he … Read more

College football rankings: Big Ten struggles, KS shine

If you were told that the Dukes, Kentucky and Kansas were all 3-0, you might assume it’s mid-November and basketballs are flying in hoops. Oh, but no! Blue Devils, Wildcats and Jayhawks combine 9-0 in soccer. Indiana is 3-0 too, and so are Syracuse, Maryland, Tulane and Rutgers! It’s a variety of soccer schools that … Read more