May 23, 2022
Travis Halm
Staff Writer

Travis Halm is an Iowa State Alum living in Omaha, Nebraska. A native of Haverhill, Iowa, Travis has lived throughout the Midwest and in Texas, providing him insight on the Big 12, the SEC, and a wide variety of other sports topics. Travis follows the Cyclones closely, in addition to the Cardinals, Packers, Texas A&M and rarely turns down a ticket to a good sporting event.

Eliminating Divisions and Protecting Rivalries

May 12, 2022 Travis Halm 0

The next major alignment in the era of realignment is here, and divisions are likely gone. New and innovative scheduling models allow for more lucrative conference championship games and more consistent scheduling across entire conferences. The following are potential protected rivalries in the new scheduling model likely to take over college football. […]

Let’s talk about Houston

September 2, 2021 Travis Halm 0

The Big 12 will likely expand, following the departure of Oklahoma and Texas to the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The top three candidates appear to be Brigham Young University (BYU), the University of Cincinnati, and the […]

Returning to Conference Alignment Sanity

July 22, 2020 Travis Halm 0

Ten years ago, the University of Colorado and the University of Nebraska left the Big 12 Conference, creating a domino effect across the college athletics landscape, before the realignment fervor largely settled in 2014. Since […]

From David to Goliath

December 18, 2019 Travis Halm 0

The next realignment in college athletics will have a new playbook as the landscape of media and screen usage has changed drastically since the 2007 advent of the Big Ten Network. […]

An Open Letter to Hawkeye Fans…

September 13, 2019 Travis Halm 0

CyHawk week has become dreadful for me. I shouldn’t have to remind people, but under Matt Campbell, Iowa State has beaten: #3 Oklahoma (in Norman) #4 TCU #6 West Virginia #19 Memphis (in Memphis) #25 […]

1 2 3 4