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Golden continues to ride out storm at Miami, but probe has taken its toll
Al Golden's goal of returning a championship to Miami has been sidetracked by the NCAA storm encircling the program. Golden tells Dennis Dodd that the Hurricanes expect to go to a bowl this year.
On-field results don't come close to matching potential for ACC
There's a great mystery lurking around the ACC: Why doesn't the conference win more? Dennis Dodd says no one has any answers, but they do have hope for better times ahead.
Joe Paterno's loyal son refuses to let his father's legacy wilt
Jay Paterno's life's work has now become protecting the life's work of his father. Dennis Dodd talks with a son who refuses to let others have the final word on his dad.
Emmert's slowing reforms hurt by zero cooperation, 'class warfare'
NCAA boss Mark Emmert's run of ill fate continues. Dennis Dodd says the effort to trim the football rule book meets with zero cooperation, as do issues like recruiting deregulation and stipends.
Post-spring Top 25: SEC rule coming to end at hands of Ohio State
The SEC's seven-title run has been fun (for the SEC), but Dennis Dodd says Braxton Miller and Ohio State have the talent and motivation to end it.
Changing landscape of college football leaves Cincinnati behind
Cincinnati finds itself in sort of a purgatory of college football, says Dennis Dodd. With realignment stalled, the Bearcats have few options to get back to the big time.
Can college football be the next frontier for openly gay athlete?
The NBA is the first major men's sport to have an openly gay player, but what about the nation's second-most popular sport? Dennis Dodd looks at how the macho world of college football might react to a gay athlete.
Four-team playoff locked? Power brokers say so, but we're skeptical
A four-team college football playoff starts in 2014. But Dennis Dodd says change happens fast these days, and upping it to eight or 16 teams is conceivable.
Final missing piece to CFP is hardest: the selection committee
How do you build a committee of utmost integrity? Dennis Dodd says members had better be ready for utmost scrutiny.
Latest ACC deal means realignment madness is over ... for now
ACC commissioner John Swofford got his 15 members to pledge allegiance. And what does this mean? Dennis Dodd says the realignment is dead for now.
Will power conferences break away from NCAA? In a way they have
Intended or not, the BCS segregated college football into the haves and have nots. As the playoff era nears, Dennis Dodd says the divide is big and getting bigger.
Wired for winning, Saban has Bama chasing historic third straight title
Three BCS titles in four years, two in a row. Yet all Nick Saban and Alabama are focused on is the next one. Dennis Dodd gets an inside look at a juggernaut wired for winning.
True defensive player knocking on door of Heisman
Nobody thought a sophomore (Tim Tebow) could win the Heisman much less a freshman (Johnny Manziel). So why can't a defensive player? Dennis Dodd says the seal is at least loosened.
Ohio State's title hopes resting on Braxton Miller's leadership training
Ohio State has rings for its 12-0 season, but no title. Dennis Dodd says the BCS-eligible Buckeyes are molding the dynamic Braxton Miller to be the QB who earns them a ring that really counts.
UCLA following Mora's lead, putting in work to climb to top
Jim Mora changed the culture at UCLA in his first year. Now, Dennis Dodd says, the Bruins are primed to break through nationally.
Giving up Heisman vote before getting stiff-armed for wrong reason
Voting for America's greatest individual sports award is a true honor, but being forced to keep a Heisman ballot secret? That's just un-American. It's why Dennis Dodd is giving up his vote.
Miami goes on offensive against NCAA in scathing filing
The NCAA based part of its case against Miami on unknowing university officials meeting with Nevin Shapiro, according to a scathing filing asking the NCAA to dismiss its case against Miami.
Without credibility, accountability, NCAA can't put out fires
People get fired for 'I don't know' answers in NCAA probes. Not Mark Emmert. Dennis Dodd detects a double standard, and says the NCAA can't continue under this form.
Why is former Rutgers coach Rice reviled and Bob Knight respected?
Bob Knight got a pass at Indiana for 29 years before he was let go for his tactics. Comparisons to Rutgers' Mike Rice provide an interesting dichotomy, Dennis Dodd says.
What's behind Louisville's success? The country's best AD, Tom Jurich
Hoops teams in Final Fours. Football is fresh off a BCS bowl win. And a spot in the ACC waiting. Louisville is on a roll, and Dennis Dodd says it all starts with AD Tom Jurich.
April brings renewal, big questions as spring ball kicks into high gear
Can Braxton Miller take the next step at Ohio State? Can Oregon stay in the fast lane? Dennis Dodd says those are just a few of the questions as spring football's biggest month arrives.
Texas rebuilding -- not reloading -- for first time under Brown
Texas' offense hasn't been the same since Colt McCoy left. Dennis Dodd says the Horns are addressing tempo in a rare rebuilding effort under Mack Brown.
March Madness in Vegas -- picture of irony when it comes to the NCAA
The opening of the NCAA tournament -- Vegas style -- reeks of irony. Dennis Dodd says it's comprised of the demo the NCAA seeks but at odds -- so to speak -- with NCAA values.
College hoops and college football are playing by different rules
Ole Miss' Marshall Henderson is the guard everyone loves to hate, but his act wouldn't last long on the football field. Dennis Dodd says it's a culture clash that's not just permitted, but encouraged.
Vegas, college hoops Mecca? For one week, Sin City courts big games
The NCAA doesn't want anything to do with Las Vegas, but its members are big fans. Dennis Dodd says with four conference tournaments in town, it's a great place for basketball fans.
New enforcement cop Duncan faces battles inside, outside NCAA walls
Can new interim enforcement director Jon Duncan rescue the NCAA? Dennis Dodd says Duncan faces a battle both outside and inside the walls of an institution facing a possibly fatal credibility crisis.
Dying BCS ready for fresh name, image prior to 2014 playoff
Fractured and dying, the Bowl Championship Series is ready for a name change that doesn't involve the letters BS. Dennis Dodd looks at the BCS's image upgrade.
NCAA is just embracing a brutal truth with new recruiting guidelines
Coaches are complaining and running scared about new NCAA guidelines for recruiting. Dennis Dodd says it's fear that the elite programs will only get stronger. And it doesn¿t get any more elite than Alabama.
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