Happy Friday, football fans! Only five weekends left. Here’s the customary six college football stories to start this one right.
The most stable position on the Alabama football team is also the most visible. Quarterback AJ McCarron is the unquestioned leader and focal point of the offense.
The 2013 season will mark Jags' first year as full Football Bowl Subdivision member, eligible to win Sun Belt title.
For whatever segment of Sooner Nation that has an issue with Bob Stoops‘ being its head coach, you’re going to be thoroughly disappointed with the following news.
The former three-star defensive end moved to linebacker under new coach Kliff Kingsbury at Texas Tech.
Yes, it’s the dreaded vote of confidence.
Emmert has called for a summit of Division I schools in January and talked to the Indianapolis Star about the changes the commissioners want to see made.
"I didn't take issue with any of the general statements that were made by the commissioners,” Emmert told the Indianapolis Star. “I thought they were helpful and good contributions to the debate.
“There's one thing that virtually everybody in Division I has in common right now, and that is they don't like the governance model. Now, there's not agreement on what the new model should be. But there's very little support for continuing things in the governing process the way they are today.”
As Emmert eluded to in those comments, there's a difference between just deciding changes need to be made and having everybody agree on the changes.
“There's a need to recognize there are Division I schools with $5 million athletic budgets and $155 million athletic budgets, and trying to find a model that fits all of them is the enormous challenge right now."