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. […]
Ted Flint is joined by Tami Dooley and Jared Smith to take callers after this trainwreck of a week.
A report from CBS Sports describes the ACC, Big 12, and SEC are considering a “plus one” approach to 2020 football: each school would be permitted one non-conference game along with their conference schedule. As […]
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 […]
On Tuesday, the website “Go Iowa Awesome” posted an article by Patrick Vint arguing, to quote the article title, that “the Big Ten needs to contract.” Yes, as in actually kick schools out.
This Saturday, August 25th, college football returns into our lives. The 2018 season kicks off with Duquesne traveling to UMASS, a game that is certainly bound to be one of the most pivotal contests of this […]
If we’re honest with ourselves as fans of college football, there’s always a little added intrigue when a playoff contender takes on a triple option foe.