F40Forde Minutes: Coaching carousel editionForty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college basketball (framed oil paintings of Doug Shows’ illegal screen call against Syracuse sold separately at Georgia Tech).
TECHNOLOGYWhat Facebook Owes to JournalismClips eFlashFacebook and Google have thrived while newspapers (remember them?) have gotten clobbered.
SCOUTINGEnemy Lines: ACC, Big 12, Big Ten coaches scout league opponents with brutal honestyNo one knows elite teams better than their conference foes.
MADNESSACC is back to being known as a superior basketball conferenceSeven of the top 21 teams in last week’s AP poll hail from the ACC, including two of the top 10.
COACHESAs elite coaches face twilight, who will follow legends at Duke, UNC, Syracuse and Louisville?Mike Krzyzewski, Roy Williams, Jim Boeheim and Rick Pitino are nearing the end. Who will fill their shoes isn't quite as simple.
REBRANDNACWAA Rebrands as Women Leaders in College Sports and Celebrates Women Leaders at All LevelsThe stronger name more clearly demonstrates the organization’s mission: to develop and advance women leaders at all levels of intercollegiate athletics.
100 STRAIGHTGeno Auriemma has UConn women living in 100-win fantasy landConnecticut head coach Geno Auriemma could never have imagined leading the Huskies to 100 consecutive wins.
The D’Antoni Basketball Revolution Goes To CollegeCan an NBA blueprint remake a mid-major team with subpar talent?
FB PLAYOFFGroup of Five football playoff idea is not going away despite myriad obstaclesClips eFlashSome truly believe in a Group of Five playoff, while others (including possibly TV) have no interest.
EXCELLENCEHooray for HuskiesClips eFlashThe streak is now a hundred . . . and counting.
REBUILDINGThe unlikely rebuild: With Texas behind on and off the field, Tom Herman's overhaul beginsHerman must revamp a program with outdated facilities, support staff, recruiting and more.
MEDIAThe Common Sense approach to social mediaThe intersection of traditional media and social media is a perilous one.
REDEMPTIONBaylor grateful for WVU President Gordon Gee’s remarksGee has become, arguably, WVU’s most popular president ever.
REFORMCollege football targeting penalties, ejections may see reductions in 2017If new rules are passed, targeting calls may be fairer for all.
CFPIn-depth with Ohio State AD Gene Smith on his new CFP gigThe Buckeyes' AD is going to have a lot on his plate this fall, but he's used to it.
TANTRUMSIt’s time for refs to start ejecting college football coaches for wild behaviorEnough is enough, and it's time for a change that will improve the game.
FBSFlames rising: Liberty to become state's fourth FBS programLiberty has approached a couple of FBS conferences about joining, but no decisions have been made on that front.
PARTNERSHIPCal not concerned about Under Armour’s junk debt, responds to Trump controversyAfter years as a Nike school, Cal signed a 10-year agreement with Under Armour.
STATSThe NCAA Is Modernizing The Way It Picks March Madness TeamsThere's a lag between technology and usage.
RULESUNC AD Lays Out Academic Fraud Defense: NCAA "Overcharged" Tar HeelsClips eFlashInterview with UNC AD Bubba Cunningham frames the coming defense stance.
PACCollege ADs set to focus on CongressLEAD1, a new political action committee, will allow ADs from the 129 FBA schools to take their concerns directly to Congress.
RANKINGSEight takeaways from the NCAA tournament selection committee's top 16 seedsSelections will be as fluid as the in-season CFP committee rankings, which spawned this idea.
RANKINGSFive takeaways from the NCAA Tournament bracket preview showFor the first time in history the NCAA previewed the tournament bracket a month before Selection Sunday. Here are five takeaways from the unveiling.
GIVINGCollege/University Giving Rises 1.7%Total contributions rose to $41 billion in 2016 even though individual gifts from dropped.
PERSEVERANCEIf some team is 24-0; then there's probably another team that’s 0-24There’s jubilation, there's concern and then there’s outright despair.