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AP Poll: Oklahoma Starts at the Top…Again.
The Associated Press has released its preseason college football poll and Oklahoma is their top choice.
It's the tenth time the Sooners have been rated preseason #1 by the AP, the most of any school.
But that might not be a good thing...
College Football is One Big Mess
USC gets stripped of its BCS title, while the latest BCS champion is being investigated.  Tennessee appears before the NCAA Committee on Infractions.  Bill Stewart has to resign at West Virginia.  Ditto Jim Tressel at Ohio State.  The Fiesta Bowl nearly loses its BCS affiliation.…
Terrelle Pryor Will Skip Senior Season at Ohio State
After already being suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season, Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor announced today he will not return for his senior season.
In a statement through his attorney, the scandal-ridden quarterback said the decision was in the best interest of his teammates...
“Oversigning” could become a thing of the past in the SEC
In any given year, a Division I school can give out as many as 25 football scholarships.
Yet, for many years, schools "oversigned," meaning they would sign more than 25, knowing that some of them wouldn't qualify academically.  Even if they all qualified, a school could talk a prospective s…
Tressel resigns at Ohio State
Jim Tressel, whose Ohio State football teams have won six consecutive Big 10 titles, has resigned as fallout continues from his failure to be truthful with the NCAA about improper benefits to players.
Tressel, who had already been suspended for the first five games of the season, was 106-22 in his ca…
New rules for college football for 2011
The NCAA has approved several rules changes for college football for the 2011 season.
The changes include adopting the "ten second runoff" in the final minute of each half, similar to what the NFL does.  Also included is a clarification of the intentional grounding rule and, as announced a …

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