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 […]


Phil Fulmer Returns to College Football…Sorta

Southern Conference media day marks an unofficial kickoff to the league’s 2015 campaign, a season in which Tennessee Volunteers legend and the first BCS championship-winning head coach, Phil Fulmer, makes his return to college football. Well, Phil Fulmer’s back in college football kinda-sorta. See, the coming season marks the relaunch of East Tennessee State’s football […]


Just Give Bill Clark Coach of the Year Now

The man most deserving of the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year won’t be on the sidelines for a single game in 2015; nor in 2016. But, through his commitment to UAB football amid the program’s tumult, Bill Clark has proven himself a leader of UAB announced the football program’s return from a self-imposed, roughly […]


Friday Q&A: Satellite Camps, Soso Jamabo’s Punishment, Year 2 of Sark at USC

You know it’s the offseason when a topic like satellite camps becomes college football’s most hot-button issue. In fact, Nonfanatic on my column regarding Nick Saban’s “ridiculous” statement on satellite camps perfectly summarized the situation: Coaches around the SEC have been griping about the satellite camps for weeks and nobody paid any attention. Saban says […]