Johnny Manziel can't make money off his autograph because of NCAA rules. Maybe the NCAA's probe into the Texas A&M star will change that.
Though the ACC and Big Ten won't budge, the SEC, Pac-12 and Big 12 will consider expanded weeknight football lineups.
The new Kansas television deal looks strangely like Texas' Longhorn Network -- without the negativity.
Kansas' new deal with ESPN3 -- part of its third-tier rights deal with IMG -- plays up apps, tablets and online streaming. Other Big 12 schools could follow.
The ACC is pushing for its own network. ESPN says we'll see. This could happen, but the ACC faces many roadblocks despite its grant of rights.
Oklahoma State coordinator Glenn Spencer and ESPN sideline reporter Jeannine Edwards met in unique circumstances. Now they are engaged.
The Southeastern Conference altered its media rights deal with CBS, but no new money is involved. The SEC has a 24-hour network with ESPN.
The Mid-American Conference, which cracked the BCS last season, has four more years left on a low-paying deal with ESPN. That could change.
ACC commissioner John Swafford said the conference is considering scheduling football and basketball games in Europe.
The Southeastern Conference and ESPN will soon unveil a joint 24-hour channel. When they do, this could change the way fans watch college's best football. The SEC could surpass the Big Ten and Pac-12 Networks in some areas.

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