Dennis Dodd

CBS Sports Senior Writer /

NCAA rushing a name, image, likeness rule as its power over college athletics is quickly diminishing

Now more than ever, the NCAA is vulnerable of becoming irrelevant as an administrative body

Jedd Fisch mixes tradition with WWE-esque theatrics to bring fun and momentum to Arizona football

The Wildcats program is desperately in need of an adrenaline shot, and Fisch seems to have delivered it

New Arizona coach Tommy Lloyd is ready for the challenges he'll face as he tries to repair the Wildcats

By hiring Lloyd, a former Gonzaga assistant, UA has already started to rebuild its image as it awaits NCAA penalties

Meet Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon's defensive superstar and the 2022 NFL Draft's most intriguing player

Thibodeaux will have NFL evaluators in the palm of his large hands if he delivers as expected during his junior season

2021 NFL Draft: Why Ole Miss' Elijah Moore is the most overlooked of the SEC's stellar wide receiver class

Moore may stand out as a significant value pick as the NFL Draft crosses from Round 1 into Round 2

2021 college football coaching carousel grades: Gus Malzahn to UCF an A+, Lance Leipold to Kansas an A-

Dennis Dodd grades each team for their hires during the college football offseason

Inside the inevitable College Football Playoff expansion and why it will be anything but easy

A primer breaking down what lies ahead as the CFP makes a game-altering decision

As Ohio State QB Justin Fields' draft stock trends downward, everyone is left searching for answers

Fields was slipping down draft boards even before he revealed he has epilepsy, but why?

Kevin Steele details work with Navy SEALS, COVID-19 battle entering first season out of football in 40 years

One of the top defensive minds in college football is not expected to be on the sideline in 2021

With NCAA one-time transfer legislation adopted, players, coaches and teams will navigate uncertain waters

The NCAA Board of Directors must ratify the NCAA Division I Council's legislation later this month

With spread offenses still dominating college football, coaches wonder whether they'll ever be stopped

What sets the spread apart from all the other offenses that have eventually been conquered?

One-time transfer legislation should move closer to reality after NCAA Council meetings this week

The exemption will apply to the five so-called 'revenue sports' that currently require year-in-residence for transfers

NCAA expected to end 15-month-long recruiting dead period on June 1 in council meetings this week

College programs have been unable to recruit prospects in person for more nearly 15 months due to COVID-19

Ranking the top 10 college football coaches under age 45 entering the 2021 season

Many of these up-and-comers have already reached significant career milestones

It may not have been intentional, but Kansas giving Bill Self a 'lifetime contract' sends a message to NCAA

On the day Sean Miller was fired by Arizona, another coach dealing with the FBI scandal explained his increased job security

Dennis Dodd has covered college football for CBS Sports since it was CBS SportsLine in 1998. He is one of only seven media members to attend all 16 BCS title games and has chronicled conference realignment as well as the start of the College Football Playoff. He's dabbled in NFL, MLB and NHL and believes the College World Series is severely underappreciated. A Missouri grad and former award-winning FWAA president, he previously worked for numerous outlets including The National and the Kansas City Star.