The fireworks shows are over. The BBQ is all gone. But still left over are these six college football stories from around the country.
Arkansas trades morally bankrupt coach for financially bankrupt coach.
Emphasis on schedule strength will make regular season even better.
A previously unreported arrest has landed TTU wide receiver Darrin Moore in some hot water and, potentially, places his future at Texas Tech in doubt.
Joe Paterno's family and supporters are defending the late coach against a leak of apparently damaging material released during highly secretive investigations into former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.
According to Rivals.com, the Pittsburgh Panthers just added a kicker to their recruiting class named “Chris Blewitt.”
Two months ago, the landscape of the Atlantic Coast Conference was shaken to its core. The SEC and Big 12 announced a bowl alliance pitting their champions against each other, and with the Big Ten and Pac-12 already tied to the Rose Bowl, various reports put the ACC’s football relevance on life support.
The league, which is just 2-13 in BCS bowls and hasn’t produced a national champion in more than a decade, was not among the four super conferences that appeared set for control of the sport.
Florida State and Clemson seemed headed out the door.