Georgia State-Charlotte, #MACtion and The Quest for Exposure

America’s insatiable hunger for football is the demand. There’s no shortage of supply, with 128 programs in the Football Bowl Subdivision, and another 125 in the Championship Subdivision. However, finding distribution for the product — vis a vis, live-game telecasts — can bit a struggle. Even with more channels dedicated to sports than at any […]


Aug. 28 News: Ishaq Williams Declared Ineligible

Notre Dame’s defense is down another player. Any hope coordinator Brian VanGorder had for getting back talented defensive end/outside linebacker Ishaq Williams was dashed Thursday. Ishaq Williams — who was dismissed last offseason in an academic dishonesty case — was denied his waiver to the NCAA petitioning for eligibility in 2015. The announcement of Ishaq […]


Aug. 21 News: Tate Martell Picks Texas A&M

Chalk up another 5-star quarterback prospect for Kevin Sumlin, whose Texas A&M Aggies received a verbal commitment from Tate Martell Thursday. QB Tate Martell has committed to #TAMU … He breaks down the decision here: #Aggies #GigEm — Blair Angulo (@bangulo) August 21, 2015 Martell committed to Washington as an eighth grader, a […]


July 28 News: American Sports Network Outpaces FS1

The Group of Five conferences may a surprisingly sizable ally in their efforts to compete with the Power Five’s television reach. Harry Minium of The Virginian-Pilot offers details of the quiet distribution giant American Sports Network, Sinclair Broadcasting’s sports brand. American Sports Network is entering just its second season, yet reaches more homes than Fox […]


July 19 News: New Miami Uniforms Unveiled

The University of Miami debuted its new football duds for the 2015 season Saturday night in an event designed to capture the essence of The U. swagger. The Adidas-made Miami uniforms were unveiled at Club LIV at Fountainbleau Hotel, with a performance from Pusha T. has more. Gear unveils are pretty standard stuff — […]


Dalvin Cook’s Arrest Ends A Bad Week in Football

Florida State running back Dalvin Cook turned himself in on battery charges Friday, shortly after a warrant was issued for his arrest for allegedly hitting a woman late last month. Dalvin Cook is the second Seminole involved in a domestic violence case this summer. On the same day of Cook’s arrest, the NFL reduced the […]


College Football News July 7: Jimbo Fisher Dismisses De’Andre Johnson

Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher made what seemed like the only logical choice Monday, dismissing quarterback De’Andre Johnson after video of the talented freshman punching a woman surfaced. But given Oklahoma’s reinstatement of Joe Mixon, Johnson’s dismissal wasn’t necessarily a slam-dunk decision. Johnson’s attorney issued a non-apology apology Monday shortly after media outlets picked […]