Day 5 at O'Bannon v. NCAA won't be remembered as a momentous day for the case. Friday focused on some of the NCAA's defenses for not allowing players to be paid.
The College Football Playoff isn't the only change to the postseason as we enter 2014.
Is a nine-game Pac-12 conference schedule superior to an eight-game SEC slate? Stanford's David Shaw thinks so, but when it comes to playoff poll position, nobody knows.
The Academic Progress Rate has caught the first two FBS teams in history -- Idaho and UNLV. Those programs will be banned from bowls in 2014. Will there be enough bowl-eligible teams this season?
The Idaho Vandals will not be eligible for postseason play in 2014 due to low APR scores.
Athletic director Rob Spear and head coach Paul Petrino get creative to make Idaho relevant at college football's highest level. It isn't easy.
Northern Illinois loss in MAC championship costs league $6 million, but Sun Belt sees its revenue go up.
Where's the beef? Not at the Beef O'Brady's Bowl. The real intrigue this holiday season is Texas' search for a head coach -- with 35 bowls to kill the time until someone gets hired.
The Associated Press announced its first, second and third team All-Americans on Tuesday.
The Walter Camp All-American team was announced on Thursday night. AJ McCarron, Mike Evans, Andre Williams, Aaron Donald and Anthony Barr made the first team.

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