Texas A&M yesterday did what we expected them to: they officially notified the Big XII of their intention to investigate other conference membership. That’s a little bit like Tiger Woods announcing he’s “open to seeing other women.” A&M did the … Continue reading
On the heels of Yahoo!’s report on corruption within the University of Miami athletic program, Bloomberg released yesterday a more disturbing report that outlines the totally legal, but tremendously misguided hyper-focus on building an athletic program at Rutgers University. In … Continue reading
Update: Danny Sheridan did not reveal the name of the alleged “bag man” in the Cam Newton case as he claimed he would. He did say that the NCAA was aware of his identity and that he wasn’t talking out … Continue reading
Southeastern Conference officials voted yesterday not to invite Texas A&M into the conference as was widely speculated. This move, however, is generally perceived as a legal move so that the SEC won’t be subject to any potential litigation for “poaching” … Continue reading
The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand didn’t start World War I. It was just the spark that lit the kindling already in place. Similarly, Texas A&M’s expected jump to the Southeastern Conference won’t destroy college athletics as we know it; but … Continue reading
Samuel Chi, the “BCS Guru” has an outstanding piece today outlining why we may get a playoff as soon as the 2012 season!
Dan Wetzel, author of Death to the BCS pens a new column today outlining how the Utah Attorney general’s proposed anti-trust case against the BCS might not even have to go to trial to bring down the BCS. BCS Fatigue