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It pays to be a bowl director. In 2001, no bowl director made more than $400,000 a year. Now at least nine bowl directors make that much.
After rowing Western Michigan's boat to a surprising 8-4 record and Famous Idaho Potato Bowl berth, P.J. Fleck was rewarded with an extension through the 2020 season.
The sheer volume of this college football bowl season is unprecedented in terms of number of games, dollars generated and exposure for the sport. But does that mean it's good for the sport?
Jimbo Fisher said he would not be surprised either way if Winston decided to stay or if he decided to enter the 2015 NFL Draft.
Florida quarterback Treon Harris has been charged with driving without a valid license, a second-degree misdemeanor.
UAB coach Bill Clark was named the Coach of the Year in Conference USA after leading the Blazers to six wins for just the second time in program history.
Tom Fornelli and Jerry Hinnen join Chip Patterson to pick the early games from the bowl schedule against the spread.
Tennessee freshman running back Jalen Hurd won't miss any time in the Vols bowl game against Iowa after an underage drinking charge on Dec. 3.
Boston College announced Thursday that Steve Addazio has agreed to a contract extension through 2020.
Oregon coach Mark Helfrich confirmed that cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu will miss the playoffs.
Memphis coach Justin Fuente has received a contract extension following a 9-3 season that resulted in winning a share of the American Athletic Conference title.
Bo Pelini swears like a sailor? So what, he's a football coach. More troubling is that his new boss, Jim Tressel, is a university president.
Urban Meyer's old quarterback stopped by to talk to the players on Meyer's new team as they prepare to play Alabama.
Florida junior OT D.J. Humphries has denied a Wednesday report that he decided to enter the 2015 NFL Draft.
Every week of the season, the Eye On College Football's Jerry Hinnen, Chip Patterson and Tom Fornelli compete in a confidence pool.
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