Georgia fired Mark Richt on Sunday, not for lack of winning but for his inability to win the games that mattered to the Bulldogs faithful. That's how it goes these days in college football.
Georgia's decision to part ways with Mark Richt has not been met with approval from one prominent former Bulldog, and one of Richt's most prominent SEC coaching colleagues.
With just 16 regular-season games remaining, the picture is as clear as one could hope when it comes to the College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowl games. Here are Jerry Palm's latest bowl projections.
With 40 bowl games and 80 spots, some teams without winning -- or .500 -- records are bound to play in the postseason ... unless some bowls go dark and don't get played at all.
What happens to Mark Richt now that he's been let go at Georgia? Coaching retirement is an option, but plenty of teams should be calling, starting with the Miami Hurricanes.
You have to see these insane catches from Missouri's high school state championship game.
Oklahoma jumped Iowa to get into the No. 3 spot in the latest AP Top 25
Georgia must now find a replacement for Mark Richt after firing the successful coach after 15 seasons. Where will the Bulldogs turn? Alabama's Kirby Smart is a no-brainer.
James Franklin announced Sunday that Penn State offensive coordinator John Donovan had been relieved of his duties. The Nittany Lions had to make a change.
Rutgers has fired both its athletic director Julie Hermann and football coach Kyle Flood.

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