As the Power Five consolidates power, the NCAA is losing its grip on authority and membership value
The Pac-12 player activist group began out of concern for the health and safety of players amid the coronavirus
From potentially non-existent ticket sales to an ever-changing schedule, bowl games face questions in 2020
Big 12 teams would play their nonconference opponents before beginning league games
Usually a leader, the SEC chose to follow on Thursday; not that there's anything wrong with that
The Fighting Irish have been resistant to join a conference, but what if they like it?
Athletic directors felt motivation to take a stand and make some changes in college sports
It is not yet determined whether Notre Dame would be eligible for the ACC championship
Though a vote would not directly impact the FBS, it could be the first domino to force a major change
Each would play their normal league schedules while adding or retaining a nonconference game
Testing once a week, up to three days out from kickoff, creates a massive gap where infection can spread
CFP executive director Bill Hancock is remaining cautiously optimistic about the 2020 season
The coronavirus pandemic is creating a scenario that may result in record-low turnover in the profession
From reducing practice tackling to canceling its tournament, the Ivy League is often the first domino to fall
The Big Ten's decision to play a conference-only schedule in 2020 surprised some leagues on Thursday
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.