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Speaking at the Football Bowl Association Convention, Mark Lewis said he expects the controversial Ed O'Bannon lawsuit to proceed to trial. The trial is scheduled to begin June 9. Lewis is the NCAA executive vice president for championships and alliances.
UCLA is building a new $50 million football facility. Here's what it will look like.
Dabo Swinney has issued a formal statement responding to a recent complaint concerning the role of Christianity in Clemson's football program.
A group of Penn State supporters is seeking to use Kickstarter to build a $300,000 statue of Joe Paterno in downtown State College.
UNLV lands the first bowl ban for not meeting Academic Progress Rate standards. Is it possible (likely) the NCAA found a convenient scapegoat to prove a flawed program works?
Jerry Hinnen joins Chip Patterson on the Eye On College Football Podcast to review spring practice at Alabama and Auburn and discuss Mike Slive's latest comments on the SEC schedule.
Coach Paul Johnson, who's 47-32 in six seasons, talks about expectations for Georgia Tech, whether he's unhappy on the job and his fear of "Internet Legends"
Three draft prospects not being talked about bear watching: Alabama QB AJ McCarron, Virginia tackle Morgan Moses and Washington TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins.
The former Ohio State coach and Akron administrator makes the cut from 19 candidates to 3.
New Mexico indefinitely suspended running back Crusoe Gongbay after the junior turned himself into police on Monday night.
Center Chad Lindsay, who started four games for the Crimson Tide last year, will play his final season with the Ohio State Buckeyes.
First-year Texas coach Charlie Strong laid out realistic expectations for fans gathered at an event in Fort Worth.
Former Crimson Tide long snapper Carson Tinker became one of the faces that emerged three years ago after a series of devastating tornadoes swept through the state of Alabama. Tinker, now a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars, shares his story of faith about how he has grown from it all as well as by what impact so many have had on him.
SEC commissioner Mike Slive said Monday that athletic directors will gather soon to decide whether the league schedule format for 2016 and beyond.
CBS Sports Radio host Jim Rome's comments reflecting on the 10th anniversary of Pat Tillman's death.
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