This week's Friday Five takes a look at the five college football coaches perched upon the hottest seats in the sport heading into 2015.
New lawsuit by O'Bannon plaintiffs' law firm takes aim at the heart of NCAA's stated educational mission.
Former Louisville player Chris Grant's lawsuit against Charlie Strong and the school has been delayed. He claims Strong broke a promise to provide him a scholarship for graduate school.
Wisconsin sent recruiting materials out to at least one recruit saying that Paul Chryst coached at Penn State instead of Pitt.
Former Hurricanes player and current Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowler Calais Campbell has donated $1.6 million to endow a scholarship for defensive linemen at Miami.
Former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden never approved of the NCAA taking Joe Paterno's wins, which made him the all-time winningest coach.
Former Auburn coach Gene Chizik has officially been hired as North Carolina's defensive coordinator.
Here's a team-by-team, conference-by-conference breakdown of where the players on the active rosters for Super Bowl XLIX played in college.
Virginia Tech wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead will take the same position on Texas A&M's staff, Frank Beamer confirmed Sunday.
Miami will reduce seating capacity at the renovated Sun Life Stadium by hanging banners in the upper deck end zones.

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