Players' voice doomed Tim Beckman. In an unusual move, Illinois fired football coach Tim Beckman on Friday one week before the season starts. The dismissal was due to preliminary findings about Beckman mistreating players. College athletes have a voice and it's only going to get stronger.
Cincinnati head coach Tommy Tuberville said he will consider withholding some COA money from players who don¿¿¿t meet academic requirements or violate team rules. Will Tommy Tuberville actually fine a player this season?
New Florida coach Jim McElwain made his first big decision by announcing sophomore QB Treon Harris and redshirt freshman Will Grier will both play in the team¿¿¿s season opener against New Mexico State.
Every Friday, the Friday Five will rank something in the world of college football -- anything and everything from the logical to the illogical. This week we rank five things coaches should have to pay fines for.
Can colleges fine players through cost of attendance? Virginia Tech and Cincinnati have considered withholding new cost of attendance scholarship money for disciplinary reasons. Jon Solomon has all the details.
College football writer Dan Wolken joins Doug Gottlieb to discuss Virginia Tech's Bud Foster suggesting to fine players from their cost of attendance money and Rutgers' Kyle Flood's contacting a faculty member about the grades of an athlete.
Rutgers coach Kyle Flood is being investigated for emailing a professor regarding the grades of one of his players who could be ruled academically ineligible and Auburn's athletic department tried to pay for classes players could pass.
Four years ago this week, Division III football player Derek Sheely died from head injuries sustained at Frostburg State practices. Questionable tactics by coaches and a trainer over how to care for concussions are the source of a lawsuit. Ken and Kristen Sheely want to reform the NCAA, but they can never fill the hole from their missing son.
Pro Football Hall of Fame QB Troy Aikman needed a change of scenery in college to propel himself to becoming the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft. CBS Sports college football writer Robby Kalland explains.
Every Friday, the Friday Five will rank something in the world of college football -- anything and everything from the logical to the illogical. This week we rank the five most exciting teams to watch in 2015.
Maurice Clarett shared his life story and gave advice to the Florida State Seminoles and urged the student athletes to develop themselves beyond football. Will Clarett¿¿¿s message get through to the Seminole players?
The National Labor Relations Board determined that Northwestern football players can't attempt to unionize, overturning an NLRB regional director's decision from 2014. It's a major victory for the NCAA, which supported Northwestern's appeal efforts.
If we gave you $100 to invest in national title odds, who would you pick and how would you divide your money? Chip Patterson reviews some highlights from the CBS Sports college football team's picks in this exercise.
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