The turf at Houston's John O'Quinn Field will have a new look in 2014.
Formerly known as the Big East, the American Athletic Conference has undergone radical changes in recent years, but despite the facelift, the league still produces NFL quality talent.
The American Athletic Conference has announced its divisional alignment for the 2015 season and beyond.
Where to place the two Florida schools -- UCF and USF -- will be a key discussion about divisions during the American's spring meetings next week.
After an 8-5 bounce-back season, Houston's Tony Levine has been rewarded with a new five-year contract.
Rice sent a recruiting letter to a J.T. Granato's cat. The three-star quarterback then chose the Owls over Houston and others.
Houston coach Tony Levine set up hidden cameras and surprised walk-on kicker Kyle Bullard with a full scholarship for 2014.
Tom Fornelli joins Chip Patterson on the Eye On College Football Podcast to discuss the hype around Kansas State's 2014 season and identify teams from the MW, MAC and American that could earn a spot in the College Football Playoff access bowls.
Offensive coaches from Florida, Arkansas, Michigan, West Virginia, TCU (and yes, Lane Kiffin) have the most to gain or lose this college football season.
UCLA dominated USC last year. With both programs reeling in the top two QB recruits in the country, how will the battle for Los Angeles shape up? That, along with a look at the most underrated coaches in college football and more in the mailbag.

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