Tennessee fans may have unwittingly gotten rid of Schiano with outrage of convenience, but it's still the right result.
Plus, the college football playoff race is total madness.
Former Northwestern basketball player Johnnie Vassar is suing the university and the NCAA over what he characterizes as a "run-off"—an attempt to pressure and intimidate Vassar into separating from his four-year athletic scholarship.
This was a weird year where not many teams were deserving of getting into the NCAA tournament. Still, there are snubs in the bracket.
The ongoing NCAA investigation into academic fraud perpetrated by North Carolina's athletic department reflects a big-time college sports system that prioritizes money over educating athletes.
The NCAA and its member schools say they can't afford to pay athletes, but magically, they've found money for additional football coaches.
If 2016 was the Year of the Outsider, 2017 will be the Year of the Traditional Power.
The game started slowly, but Clemson and Alabama traded TD-scoring drives, and Clemson scored the last one.
Bill Walton is dressed as Uncle Sam for some reason but is also making sense about marijuana. Jay Bilas looks scandalized.
Targeting could have been called on both plays but the referees did not make the call. And Clemson's concussion protocol quickly cleared Mike Williams after a helmet-to-helmet hit.
They have the best coaches and the best players. They're going to be tough to beat.
Alabama is the best team in the country, but Clemson is the team best suited to pick them off.