Dennis Dodd

CBS Sports Senior Writer /

COVID-19 slows name, image and likeness legislation in Congress, but it's not only hindrance

Proposed NIL legislation is moving at a slow pace in Washington

How four FBS quarterbacks found a shred of normalcy while awaiting the all-clear from their teams

A small camp in Kansas got these QBs throwing again after the coronavirus washed away spring practice

Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley preaches caution in keeping Sooners off campus until July: 'We're not the NFL'

Players are back on campus for 'voluntary' workouts, but Riley believes that's the wrong move amid the coronavirus

Believing NCAA is failing members, UNC AD speaks out vociferously against name, image, likeness rights

Bubba Cunningham claims others agree with him, even if they're not expressing it publicly

Nick Rolovich is keeping it exciting, entertaining and unconventional at Washington State

It is tough to follow MIke Leach on the field or at the press conference, but Rolovich is as capable as any

Why we may be reaching a tipping point for the Power Five to break away from the FBS

The fading relevancy of the NCAA and different needs of the Power Five leagues may make change necessary

Creativity, innovation and safety must fuel college football as it faces a difficult effort to play in 2020

Allowing players back on campus is the tip of the iceberg. What about masks, testing, meetings at distance?

Ohio State conceptualizing models to let 20,000 fans attend football games, AD Gene Smith says

The Buckeyes are also welcoming back athletes to campus for voluntary workouts beginning June 8

NCAA Council to vote on whether to extend moratorium on athletic activities past May 31

Voluntary college football workouts could begin quickly if the NCAA allows athletes back on campus

College Football Playoff could face legitimacy questions if 2020 season is shortened

From entire conferences not playing to states having different opening plans, there's a lot of questions ahead

Instant replay officials may work college football games virtually in 2020 amid coronavirus

Talks are ongoing about protecting a more vulnerable group of officials ahead of the 2020 season

Pac-12, Mountain West in danger of being left behind if college football returns to play in 2020

The states of California and Oregon may make it difficult for entire conferences to start up on the West Coast

Will college football coaches be forced to change their approaches in the era of transfer reform?

Coaches believe they can reeducate players, but that may not work across the board

College football's most recognizable official, 'Beef Ref' Mike Defee leaves the game with a legacy

Defee has been front and center for some of the biggest moments in recent college football history

Michigan's Jim Harbaugh proposes eligibility for NFL Draft at any time in college players' careers

Harbaugh also believes players should be able to return to school if they are not selected

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.