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Is There a Bubble in College Football?

On Tuesday, I joined Jason Anderson on ESPN Louisville to discuss whether there’s a bubble in college football that’s ready to burst and what the reported new Big Ten television deal with Fox tells us about the current state of both college football and sports on television. Listen here:

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FLA-GA Staying in Jacksonville

Florida and Georgia have agreed to extend their neutral-site rivalry in Jacksonville, Florida for an additional five-year term. I joined First Coast News in Jacksonville to discuss the benefits for the City of Jacksonville: You can also read the story …Read More

College Football Playoff Payouts Might Favor Some Conferences

How much money will conferences make from the College Football Playoff this year? Can Leonard Fournette fetch a historic amount for his game-worn jersey at auction? And is Ohio State out of line with its ticket price increase for next year’s Michigan game? I have the answers in my latest segment for Campus Insiders:

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New stipends put spotlight on colleges’ math

The start of a new school year ushers in a new financial reality for college athletic departments and, with it, questions about the hot new statistic in college sports: cost of attendance, or COA. Schools use cost of attendance to determine a student’s need for financial aid, and federal law dictates the types of expenses … Continue reading New stipends put spotlight on colleges’ math

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New stipends put spotlight on colleges’ math

The start of a new school year ushers in a new financial reality for college athletic departments and, with it, questions about the hot new statistic in college sports: cost of attendance, or COA. Schools use cost of attendance to determine a student’s need for financial aid, and federal law dictates the types of expenses … Continue reading New stipends put spotlight on colleges’ math

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Tailgater Concierge Makes Tailgating Easier For Fans

Last year, college football attendance at the FBS level topped 34.7 million fans over 787 games, an average of 44,190 fans per game. One of the advantages to attending a game in person is, of course, the opportunity to tailgate. If you’re anything like me, you try to find friends who are willing to schlep … Continue reading Tailgater Concierge Makes Tailgating Easier For Fans

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Four New College Football Teams Take the Field in 2015

UAB made big headlines last December when it announced the end of its football program (which has since been reinstated*). Everyone wondered – would this become a national trend? Since the day UAB cut the program, I’ve been very outspoken about the fact that I think it was an isolated incident. I’ve spoken to athletic … Continue reading Four New College Football Teams Take the Field in 2015

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The SEC’s Greatest Rivalries

Ahh…it’s rivalry week in college football. My favorite time of year! Now perhaps it’s because I grew up in SEC country and attended an SEC school for law school, but I was shocked to learn that there were no SEC schools atop the list of the most intense rivalries in college football based on a study by […]Read More