|Arkansas will have a new, or updated, look this fall.|
So it appears that Jim Delany may have been right about something. The chances the commissioners organize a new postseason format themselves by June 26 looks to be diminishing following yesterday’s meetings in Chicago. If a plan cannot be agreed upon and set by the time the commissioners meet again next week, all signs point to handing the problem off to the BCS Presidential Oversight Committee, despite progress being made. Dennis Dodd writes that the four-team playoff model may not have enough support to make it through the rubble.
Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith discussed the college football postseason future on SiriusXM Radio.
We are continuing with Coaches on the Hot Seat Week. Yesterday we gave the verdicts on various hot seats in college football.
Clemson’s Board of Trustees Chairman David Wilkins pretty much silenced any further Clemson to Big 12 talk.
Notre Dame safety and special teams player Austin Collinsworth will miss the next six months after having surgery on his left shoulder to repair a torn labrum. Michael Felder explores what it means for Notre Dame on Bleacher Report.
The University of North Dakota received the FCS Championship banner the other day. Only problem is it belongs to North Dakota State.
The new football uniforms for Arkansas are now official. Overall, they look nice, although I personally do not care for the black uniform craze that Arkansas appears to be falling in to. White helmets are interesting as well. Your thoughts?
Former Penn State linebacker LaVar Arrington recently apologized to one of the alleged victims of Jerry Sandusky.
The Pac-12 network(s) are going live August 15.
Exclusive footage of Rich Rodriguez coaching defense.