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Memphis Being Cut From Consideration Signals Big 12 Expansion May Not Happen

The Big 12 has reportedly cut the group of potential expansion candidates down to 11: Air Force, BYU, UCF, Cincinnati, UConn, Colorado State, Houston, Rice, South Florida, SMU and Tulane. Each […]

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College Football Playoff’s Bill Hancock Plays an Integral Role at Olympic Games

You can take the man out of the sports information department, but you can’t take the SID out of the man. That’s why the executive director of the College Football […]

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Listen: Kristi Joins ‘We’ve Never Been Clicked’ to Talk Biz of College Sports

I joined the “Never Been Clicked” podcast yesterday to talk about the 12th Man trademark, paying college athletes, TV money, Big 12 realignment, Texas A&M’s Chalk Talk, selling beer at […]

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This Week in College Sports Biz: Campaigning for Big 12, Michigan’s Nike Era Begins and More

In my weekly feature for Forbes, I take a look at some of the campaigning by potential targets for Big 12 expansion, Michigan beginning its relationship with Nike, Mississippi State […]

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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