Presidents Approve College Football PlayoffCollege football will finally have a playoff. Come 2014, the BCS is dead. A committee of university presidents on Tuesday approved the BCS commissioners' plan for a four-team playoff to start in two years.
Oregon's Woes Loom Over Pac-12's Media DebutChip Kelly had several months to prepare for the questions he finally faced at Pac-12 media day. The Oregon coach claimed he's eager to explain every aspect of the Ducks' dealings with a Texas-based recruiting service.
Pac-12 Deal Could Be Worth $400M Per Year
Pac-10 Puts New Television Contract Up For Auctione Pac-10 has spent more than a year preparing for this moment when they can put their television rights up to bid on the open market for the first time since their expansion.
Pac-10 To Restructure Officiating ProgramThe Pac-10 has hired the former head of officiating for the NFL to restructure its football officiating program.
6 College Conferences Rake In $145 Million From Bowl GamesCollege football conferences will get a record take of about $170 million from this year's bowl games, including a new high of $24.7 million for the five conferences that don't get automatic bids to the Bowl Championship Series.
Former Price High School Star On A Roll In BerkeleyAllen Crabbe is already beginning to attract opponents' top defenders. On Sunday night, that was Washington star Justin Holiday.
Pac-10 Reprimands UCLA's Smith For Comments
Bruins Stop UC Irvine On Final Play To Avoid UpsetMalcolm Lee and Lazeric Jones scored 20 points apiece to lead UCLA to a 74-73 victory over UC Irvine Thursday night. The Bruins led by as many as 14 points in the second half, but had to hold off a late run by the Anteaters to preserve their fifth consecutive victory.
Long Beach State Buried By Arizona StateKyle Cain had 12 points and 16 rebounds, Ty Abbott added 15 points and Arizona State used a big second-half run
UCLA Aims To Return To Winning WaysAfter stumbling through its worst season in seven years, UCLA didn't lose any players to the NBA draft. It just wasn't good enough.
Oregon Faces Tough Battle Against USC To Reach Title GameOregon is No. 1 in the polls, second in the BCS and on a roll unlike any other in its history. Now comes what may be the toughest part of the season: a five-game gauntlet of tough teams, all vying to knock the Ducks off the path to their first national championship.