Realignment is unavoidable at this point thanks to the new landscape college sports is facing with players cashing in on their name, image, and likeness.
Whether it’s the Buckeyes or the Crimson Tide who claim victory at tonight’s game, everyone wins because college football never had to leave.
The culture of college football won the war and beat the doomsayers. Here’s to getting back to normal, tailgating, and crazy student sections in 2021.
Everyone in the situation, from Vanderbilt to ESPN, stood to gain brownie points for being pro-woman. And they got them. But at what cost?
The Big Ten Conference voted to begin their fall football season after adopting “significant medical protocols” to ensure the safety of players and coaches on and off the field.
With good news on the horizon for college football, it’s important to stop and assess what the sports media members who were openly rooting against a college football season failed to realize.
What started as a piece about Trump’s fight for the return of college football quickly spirals into an attempt to tie Travis and his popular blog to Trump and the pesky conservatives who appear on his radio show.
Kevin Warren is effectively telling parents he believes it’s too risky for players of his conference to play football this fall but perfectly safe for his own son to continue his NCAA career.
Recent reports indicating the coronavirus might cause heart damage are apparently weighing heavily on decision-makers of college athletics.
As conferences across the country consider whether to follow the Big Ten’s lead, fans should ask themselves: Are these decisions about protecting players or protecting amateurism?
“If they don’t stand for the national anthem, I hope they don’t open,” President Trump said in a wide-ranging interview with “Outkick’s” Clay Travis.
It’s reported that the Pac Twelve will also cancel their season while the ACC and Big Twelve continue to consider and weigh their options.
With coronavirus fears, travel restrictions, and disparate reopening plans, different athletic conferences each have their own plans for how to bring back sports for their student athletes and fans.
The decision to ban the ‘Gator Bait’ chant has drawn broad criticism, including from the African American football star who founded the iconic fight song.
Mississippi State football coach Mike Leach is being dragged over the coals for tweeting an innocent joke about the frustrations of quarantine.
Anger Twitter users lashed out when cameras caught actor Vince Vaughn chatting with President Donald Trump at the LSU versus Clemson game.
In a shameless display, faculty members effectively protested their own students while modeling horrible behavior for the others.
The NCAA’s outdated and unfair financial rules punish poor athletes and represent everything that’s wrong with college sports.
Burr’s proposal calls for an unequal application of the income tax and would hurt predominantly minority student-athletes.
The college football season is here, and I simply can’t let our readers think that David Marcus’ argument that college football is bad football represents the rest of us Federalist writers.
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