1. What a 16-Team College Football Playoff Would've Looked Like in 2013

    The Oklahoma Sooners, your 2013 college football national champions! Would you have a problem with that? If you don't, then you must have loved the NCAA basketball tournament, ...

    Samuel Chi Written by Samuel Chi about 8 days ago 15,809 reads 96 comments

  2. Michigan Finally Seeing Big Picture with Night Game Scheduling Trend

    For only the third time in its venerable history, Michigan Stadium will host a night game . When the Wolverines take on Penn State on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m., it will be the first Big Ten game to be played entirely under the lights at the Big House...

    Samuel Chi Written by Samuel Chi about 9 days ago 7,723 reads 13 comments

  3. College Football Playoff Committee Doesn't Need a Recusal Policy

    The College Football Playoff committee, charged with selecting the four-team playoff beginning in the 2014 season, has put together a recusal policy for its 13 members...

    Samuel Chi Written by Samuel Chi about 13 days ago 1,912 reads 1 comments

  4. Why College Football Playoff Should Always Remain at 4 Teams

    What if last season's college football playoff yielded this quartet of teams vying for the national championship: Florida State, South Carolina, USC and Vanderbilt? Would you be ...

    Samuel Chi Written by Samuel Chi about 17 days ago 2,976 reads 25 comments

  5. NCAA vs. Big-Time Football Conferences in Groundhog Day

    Imagine that there's only one college football game on TV every Saturday. Just one. Imagine that your favorite team can be on TV only once all season. Just once. This isn't some doomsday scenario on some parallel planet...

    Samuel Chi Written by Samuel Chi about 21 days ago 7,633 reads 1 comments

  6. Notre Dame Enters College Football Playoff Era Under Cloud of Uncertainty

    Notre Dame will enter the College Football Playoff era with a boatload of cash. The Irish last year signed a 10-year extension with NBC , worth a reported $15 million per year, ...

    Samuel Chi Written by Samuel Chi about 23 days ago 10,686 reads 65 comments

  7. How Penn State Could've Saved Big East Football

    Imagine the College Football Playoff beginning next season not with five, but six major conferences. The Big East is still at the table, but not splintered into a basketball version ...

    Samuel Chi Written by Samuel Chi about 27 days ago 15,498 reads 18 comments

  8. Revised Standings for the College Football Playoff Selection Committee

    There will be no more BCS standings. In fact, there will be no standings with a formula that we can reliably project when the College Football Playoff era begins in the 2014 season...

    Samuel Chi Written by Samuel Chi about 28 days ago 5,055 reads 27 comments

  9. Why College Football No Longer Needs to Split Conferences into Divisions

    With realignment once again taking center stage in the 2014 season, a new question has popped up. Should FBS conferences dispense with the divisional setup in football? Next season, ...

    Samuel Chi Written by Samuel Chi about 1 month ago 5,564 reads 18 comments