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2013 College Basketball Coach Changes

Feb 25th, 2013 | By | Category: College Basketball Coaching News, Editorial
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  Updated on 8/03/13: Who’s out? Who’s in? It’s that time of the year again when assistants get their big shot at a head coaching position while other schools begin the poaching process. As positions are made available, potential candidates will be included on the list. “Hirings” will appear at the bottom of the page, […]

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Most Valuable Conferences In College Sports

Jan 16th, 2013 | By | Category: Editorial, NCAA News

Forbes has released the most recent conference revenue figures following the 2012 college football season:   Big Ten: $310 million ($40 from Bowls)   Pac-12: $303 million ($39 from Bowls) ACC: $293 million ($35 from Bowls) SEC: $270 million ($50 from Bowls)   Big 12: $262 million ($42 from Bowls)   Big East: $94 million […]

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2012 College Football Coach Changes

Dec 11th, 2012 | By | Category: College Football Coaching News, Editorial

  Updated on 1/29/13:  As the 2012 season progresses, schools will be lining up to make coaching changes. Here is a look at the current college football coach openings and hirings. The coaching changes here are for the 2012 season and will carry over as into next year for the 2013 college football coach changes. […]

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Run, Charlie, Run: Why Charlie Strong Should Have Left Louisville

Dec 5th, 2012 | By | Category: College Football Coaching News, Editorial

Mario Cristobal was fired from Florida International today. Yes, you read that correctly. Mario Cristobal, the same coach who turned the FIU program around, who just last year turned down the Rutgers job (the same school whose coach, Greg Schiano, left for an NFL position, and the school that is now headed to the Big […]

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The “Playoff” Era Begins & What It Means for Conference Realignment

Jun 27th, 2012 | By | Category: BCS News, BCS vs Playoffs, Editorial, Featured News, NCAA News

So we finally have a college football playoff at the highest level. It’s a huge feat that took until now to happen. In reality though, this ground breaking playoff is just a variation of the “Plus +” proposal combined with the existing system. In fact, in many ways, it brings the traditional bowl system back into […]

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2012 NCAA Television Revenue By Conference

May 10th, 2012 | By | Category: Editorial, Featured News

As we’ve done in 2011 and  previous years, here’s an updated list for the 2012 NCAA television revenue by conference for the BCS conferences. Note that there will be additional changes once league specific networks (like Pac-12 Network) are generating more money. Other contracts are expected to be altered to reflect new membership additions such as […]

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State of the WAC: A Conference on Life Support 2.0

Apr 29th, 2012 | By | Category: Editorial, Featured News, WAC Expansion & Realignment

The Autumn of 2010 was a dark period for the WAC. They attempted a power play to take out the Mountain West and work their way up the FBS ladder. But instead,  they saw their own members break off (Fresno St., Nevada and Hawaii), leaving the WAC left to regroup. In November of 2010, we […]

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2012 College Basketball Coaching Changes

Mar 6th, 2012 | By | Category: College Basketball Coaching News, Editorial, Featured News

  Updated on 10/10/12: Who’s out? Who’s in? It’s that time of the year again when assistants get their big shot at a head coaching position while other schools begin the poaching process. As positions are made available, potential candidates will be included on the list. “Hirings” will appear at the bottom of the page, […]

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Conference Realignment: What’s Up Next?

Feb 17th, 2012 | By | Category: ACC Expansion & Realignment, American Conference Expansion & Realignment, Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Big East Expansion & Realignment, Big Ten Expansion & Realignment, Conference USA Expansion & Realignment, Editorial, Featured News, Mountain West Expansion & Realignment, NCAA Conference Expansion & Realignment, SEC Expansion & Realignment, Sun Belt Expansion & Realignment, WAC Expansion & Realignment

The Recap: So the ACC struck first by adding Syracuse and Pittsburgh from the Big East. The SEC followed by adding Texas A&M and Missouri from the Big 12. The Big 12 then added TCU and WVU. And things seemed normal. Patterns remained intact. And we waited for the next, seemingly logical move. And then […]

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Most Valuable College Football Programs

Dec 23rd, 2011 | By | Category: College Sports School News, Editorial

Forbes recently released their list of the most valuable college football programs. Here’s a breakdown of the top 20 including being grouped by conference: Ranking-School-Value-Conference #1) Texas: $129 million (Big 12) #2) Notre Dame: $112 million (Independent) #3) Penn State: $100 million (Big Ten) #4) LSU: $96 million (SEC) #5) Michigan: $94 million (Big Ten) […]

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