The business of college football and academic moral rot

The business of college football and academic moral rot

The last few days have been busy ones for a handful of college football coaches. At Notre Dame, Brian Kelly decided to Irish goodbye the University and its football team before the end of the season to chase a few more bucks ($15 million a year versus ...
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- The business of college football and academic moral rot
The last few days have been busy ones for a handful of college football coaches. At Notre Dame, Brian Kelly decided to Irish goodbye the University and its football team before the end of the season to chase a few more bucks ($15 million a year versus ...
from: Washington Times
- Notre Dame football players open up on Marcus Freeman's promotion to head coach
Notre Dame football lost head coach Brian Kelly to the LSU Tigers earlier in the week, but the job for one of college football's most storied programs didn't stay vacant for long. First-year Irish defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman was promoted to ...
from: 247Sports
- Notre Dame CFP scenarios: Can Fighting Irish make playoff with Cincinnati loss?
The Fighting Irish are hoping to find themselves back in the playoff picture after losing to Cincinnati in their fifth game of the season.
from: Sporting News
- Oklahoma State comes up inches short (college football winners and losers)
The Cowboys would have been in line for the College Football Playoff if Alabama, Cincinnati or Michigan sputtered later Saturday.
from: The Washington Post
- Thank you, Baylor – now enjoy the Fiesta Bowl
Notre Dame fans are delighted this afternoon as the Baylor Bears knocked off Oklahoma State in the Big 12 championship and the Cowboys out of College Football Playoff contention. The win helps Notre Dame in that the Irish are now seemingly the ...
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- Marcus Freeman Must Avoid The Mistakes Of Bob Davie and Charlie Weis
The modern era of Notre Dame football has not been kind to first-year head coaches who were previously coordinators without head coaching experience. Notre Dame went that route again when it promoted defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman to head coach, ...
from: CalBearsMaven
- Oklahoma State fell a few inches shy of a potential College Football Playoff berth after missing a TD by inches
CHAOS, man. Just pure chaos. That's what championship weekend is, y'all. That's the only way to properly explain it. Yes, we all know football is literally a game of inches. Those inches accumulate into yards and, if you're successful, those yards turn ...
from: For The Win
- Big Contracts, Big Buyouts, Big Pressure: College Football Coaches Hit the Jackpot
Brian Kelly will earn at least $9 million a year at L.S.U., which is paying its old coach almost $17 million to step aside. Top universities have become steppingstones to other top gigs.
from: The New York Times
- Column: In a game of inches, Baylor should squeak past Notre Dame in playoff debate
ARLINGTON, Texas – Football is a game of inches. It's the oldest cliché in the book thanks to Al Pacino-inspired speeches and internet memes. Saturday,
from: 247Sports
- Notre Dame football players open up on Marcus Freeman's promotion to head coach
Notre Dame football lost head coach Brian Kelly to the LSU Tigers earlier in the week, but the job for one of college football's most storied programs didn't stay vacant for long. First-year Irish defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman was promoted to ...
from: 247Sports
- Notre Dame CFP scenarios: Can Fighting Irish make playoff with Cincinnati loss?
The Fighting Irish are hoping to find themselves back in the playoff picture after losing to Cincinnati in their fifth game of the season.
from: Sporting News
- Oklahoma State comes up inches short (college football winners and losers)
The Cowboys would have been in line for the College Football Playoff if Alabama, Cincinnati or Michigan sputtered later Saturday.
from: The Washington Post
- Thank you, Baylor – now enjoy the Fiesta Bowl
Notre Dame fans are delighted this afternoon as the Baylor Bears knocked off Oklahoma State in the Big 12 championship and the Cowboys out of College Football Playoff contention. The win helps Notre Dame in that the Irish are now seemingly the ...
from: Yahoo Sports
- Baylor Knocks Off Oklahoma State, Giving Notre Dame a Shot at College Football Playoff Berth
It's been an incredibly eventful off-week for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, but things got even more wild on Saturday with Oklahoma State's loss to Baylor...
from: NBC Chicago
- Marcus Freeman Must Avoid The Mistakes Of Bob Davie and Charlie Weis
The modern era of Notre Dame football has not been kind to first-year head coaches who were previously coordinators without head coaching experience. Notre Dame went that route again when it promoted defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman to head coach, ...
from: CalBearsMaven
- Oklahoma State fell a few inches shy of a potential College Football Playoff berth after missing a TD by inches
CHAOS, man. Just pure chaos. That's what championship weekend is, y'all. That's the only way to properly explain it. Yes, we all know football is literally a game of inches. Those inches accumulate into yards and, if you're successful, those yards turn ...
from: For The Win
- Big Contracts, Big Buyouts, Big Pressure: College Football Coaches Hit the Jackpot
Brian Kelly will earn at least $9 million a year at L.S.U., which is paying its old coach almost $17 million to step aside. Top universities have become steppingstones to other top gigs.
from: The New York Times
- Column: In a game of inches, Baylor should squeak past Notre Dame in playoff debate
ARLINGTON, Texas – Football is a game of inches. It's the oldest cliché in the book thanks to Al Pacino-inspired speeches and internet memes. Saturday,
from: 247Sports