Dennis Dodd

CBS Sports Senior Writer /

House v. NCAA settlement paves way for private equity to infiltrate college football as landscape evolves

Private equity money being added to the fold will create more separation between the haves and have nots

Meet Ramogi Huma, whose decades-long crusade for fairness in college athletics is finally coming to fruition

If you don't know his name, you certainly know what he has wrought

Can the Iowa offense evolve? Tim Lester tasked with casting jokes aside by implementing new-look approach

Lester is out to drastically improve an Iowa offense that has been the butt of jokes in recent seasons

John Calipari hits ground running in Arkansas after ugly final chapter at Kentucky that 'sucks'

Calipari has been welcomed by Razorback fans after perhaps staying too long in the Bluegrass State

College football rankings: Georgia, Ohio State, Oregon lead post-spring top 25 ahead of 2024 season

The Dawgs and Buckeyes hold firm at the top, while the Ducks join the top three ahead of their Big Ten debut season

Revenue sharing in college athletics is coming, but only collective bargaining will provide a true solution

Setting the college sports landscape perfectly will take more than just giving the players a cut of the money

Missouri state law, university's progressive NIL approach give Mizzou advantage amid evolving landscape

Missouri got ahead of the curve as the college sports universe settles into an era where players are compensated

SEC, Big Ten developing plan to share revenue with players in potential landmark change to college athletics

The model being discussed by college sports' top conferences could go a long way toward settling outstanding lawsuits

Kadyn Proctor's unique journey back to Alabama could foreshadow a more chaotic transfer portal future

Proctor committed to Iowa out of the transfer portal after battling through struggles in his first season with the Tide

Group of Five playoff being pitched by Derek Dooley, financially backed by private equity firms

The ex-Tennessee coach's proposal is an attempt to offset the financial setback under the new CFP media rights deal

Michigan's Jim Harbaugh was threatened with suspension by NCAA last fall for lawyer's social media criticism

The NCAA told Tom Mars, Harbaugh's attorney, if he didn't stop criticizing the organization, Harbaugh could be suspended

College football 'super league' proposal has merit but significant obstacles remain if restructuring sport

The latest proposal to adapt to the changing landscape features 80 teams as well as promotion and relegation

As college football transfer portal becomes more chaotic, focus on educational values continues to dwindle

With the relaxation or elimination of NCAA transfer rules, there will be more chaos than ever as more players jump to new schools

Raiders' Antonio Pierce will not be part of Arizona State's negotiated resolution with NCAA as case nears end

Pierce served as an assistant at Arizona State under Herm Edwards from 2018-21

Caitlin Clark, Iowa set for emotional home finale with extra motivation from West Virginia coach

Clark has some extra motivation heading into her last game at Iowa's Carver-Hawkeye Arena

Dennis Dodd has covered college football for CBS Sports since it was CBS SportsLine in 1998. Since then, nearly every BCS/CFP postseasons in the championship era. He is one of only seven media members to cover all 16 BCS title games. Dennis has chronicled conference realignment as well as the start of the College Football Playoff. He's dabbled in March Madness, NFL, MLB, Stanley Cup Playoffs and believes the College World Series is severely underappreciated. A Missouri graduate and former award-winning FWAA president, he previously worked for numerous outlets including The National and the Kansas City Star.

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