Dennis Dodd

CBS Sports Senior Writer /

SEC to play eight conference games but eliminate divisions for 2024 season once Texas, Oklahoma join

The SEC will reevaluate its college football scheduling format for the 2025 season and beyond at a later date

SEC appears poised to stick with eight-game league schedule amid ongoing concerns about payments, playoff

While there has long been support nine-game slate, the stars have not aligned to implement it in 2024

Alabama's Nick Saban has 'no problem' with athletes being paid as employees: 'Make like the NFL'

'It's better than what we have now,' Saban continued at the SEC spring meetings

Colorado holds 'substantive' talks with Big 12 as Buffaloes consider leaving Pac-12

CU continues to weigh its Pac-12 future with an opportunity rejoin its former league

Greg Sankey seems to prefer nine SEC games: 'The league at the forefront ... does not stand still'

The SEC commissioner also remains confident in the league's new media rights deal

NCAA committee recommends delaying first-down clock rule changes for Division III football

Division III may still have to implement the rule by 2024

Examining the SEC's eight- or nine-game conference schedule conundrum entering this week's spring meetings

A resolution once expected by the end of the SEC spring meetings may be further out than most thought

Inside the Big 12's 'ironclad' grant of rights contract that helped keep the ACC together amid turbulence

How a seemingly unbreakable document has kept two leagues largely together during realignment

House subcommittee considering federal regulatory body to oversee NIL rights for college athletes

Two NIL hearings on Capitol Hill have resulted in movement on what the NCAA has long sought: federal legislation of NIL

USC, Pac-12, NCAA subject of complaint by labor board wanting athletes classified as employees

Employee status and unionization may eventually be on the table for college athletes

NCAA's state-by-state war over NIL benefits continues with Missouri law bumping right up to pay for play

The Show-Me State is ready to let coaches help show athletes the money

Meet Grant House, the man front and center fighting the NCAA's last gasp to cap athlete compensation

The antitrust lawsuits against the NCAA have not slowed down

Angst increasing over college football clock stoppage rule creating inequity across NCAA divisions

Cutting plays may be key to the future of the FBS, but it's a bane for Division III football

NCAA president 'fired up' as sweeping third-party review of association gets underway

The NCAA has long been in need of modernization, and Charlie Baker is confident this will be a successful first step

Pac-12's murky future finds shred of clarity with ESPN appearing out as option for primary media rights

The Pac-12 will focus on other contenders as it continues to seek a partner

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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