IRVING, TX - OCTOBER 16:  A detail view of the College Football Playoff logo shown during a press conference on October 16, 2013 in Irving, Texas. Condoleezza Rice, Stanford University professor and former United States Secretary of State, was chosen to serve as one of the 13 members that will select four teams to compete in the first playoff at the end of the 2014 season.  (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Push for College Football Playoff Expansion

LAS VEGAS - One sentence uttered at Mountain West media days may best crystallize popular sentiment for College Football Playoff expansion. “All we want is a chance.” That’s how San Diego State head coach Rocky Long summarized the Mountain West’s place in the college football landscape, and Long said the only way it or any […]


College Football News June 3: New Year’s Six Kickoff Times

It’s just early June, but the release of the 2015 season’s New Year’s Six Kickoff times on Tuesday should give you a jump-start on planning your holiday. The Peach Bowl gets the New Year’s Six started for a second consecutive season, while coming campaign’s College Football Playoff semifinals are slated for Dec. 31 to accommodate […]


College Football Playoff vs. Final Four

The introduction of the first College Football Playoff and its four-team format was sure to spawn comparisons to college sports’ other four-team spectacle, basketball’s Final Four. Remove preference of football or basketball from the equation. Based purely on the ethos of each spectacle, which is superior? This year marks the first time fans can debate […]


Initial Reads March 16: Texas Ticket Prices Rise

America’s love affair with football has the game’s decision-makers seeing dollar signs. That’s not a good thing, argues W. Scott Bailey, particularly in the case of Texas ticket prices for 2015. For San Antonio Business Journal, Bailey writes that the six-percent increase, coupled with more restrictive rules on reselling, puts college football on “a dangerous […]