As the University of Miami awaits word from the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions, the NCAA itself could be on its last legs, at least in its current form.
Holy crap here we go again on the conference realignment train and this time it is going to get truly crazy. Plus, the Dolphins are poor in the secondary and playing the New England Patriots on Sunday. Yeah, this isn’t going to be pretty. And Al Golden tells critics of his god-awful defense to stick it. All in the agenda.
Tulane University will become a full member of the Big East Conference and East Carolina will join the league as a football-only member in 2014 in the latest round of conference realignment in college athletics.
As conference commissioners continue to finally put together a college football playoff for the Football Bowl Subdivision, some details are starting to trickle out ahead of a predicted full roll out later in June.
Just as the rumors of Florida State openly flirting with the Big XII were starting to subside, Texas Christian University athletic director Chris Del Conte has fanned the flames and added two more schools to the list of schools looking at the Big XII.
Two of the most powerful conferences in college football have decided to have their conference champions meet in a postseason bowl game starting in 2014.
The wheels of conference realignment may not be finished spinning. Rumors linked Florida State and the Big XII all week, now the FSU board of trustees is saying school wants to hear from the Big XII.
The Marlins fall back down to earth in Houston thanks to their erroneous ways. The Heat look to finish off the Knicks, who are depleted. And I reevaluate my FSU and Big XII prediction.
It was just four years ago that SEC Commissioner Mike Slive proposed a +1 system for the Football Bowl Subdivision to have a playoff. It’s been a long four years, but the power players in college football are on the cusp of finally having a full-fledged playoff.
Former University of Miami head basketball coach Frank Haith has gone from being loathed by the Hurricanes fan base to being revered by the fans at the University of Missouri; and he might soon have a national honor to go along with his stellar season.