Four things learned from Lane Kiffin’s ice cream party

To further procrastinate picking a starting quarterback, USC head football coach Lane Kiffin handed out free ice cream sandwiches to the entire Spirit of Troy marching band. Kiffin, accompanied by USC star receiver and only hope Marqise Lee, drove an ice cream truck onto the band's practice field as they were finishing their day's work. […]

SEC announces 2014 conference football schedule

The SEC released its 2014 conference football schedule on Wednesday, which opens with a presumably Johnny Manziel-less Texas A&M vs. South Carolina who won't have Jadeveon Clowney on Thursday, Aug. 28. This A&M-South Carolina game will also be the first game ever aired on the new ESPN-owned SEC Network, which launches in fall 2014. Paul […]

Five Predictions of Varying Boldness: USC gets better; Alabama wins, again

All this week, CBR's contributors will be bringing you what we call "Five Predictions of Varying Boldness" for the upcoming season. Every day one writer will offer up five predictions that will either shock you, underwhelm you, or something in between. Allen Kenney did his predictions yesterday, and today is Jonathan Biles. Jonathan Biles’ Five […]

College Gameday announces its first week destination

College football can't get here quickly enough. (Photo: ESPN) ESPN's College Gameday has announced its first campus destination for the 2013 season: Clemson, S.C. for Georgia-Clemson, Aug. 31. The traditional pregame destination for college football fans will have some new competition from Fox this season, but ESPN has expanded their show to keep up. This […]

Finding a Manziel jersey is easy, thanks to Jay Bilas

ESPN analyst, lawyer and Toughness expert Jay Bilas spent his afternoon publicly pantsing the NCAA, showing the hypocrisy of their practices. Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel is under scrutiny and under investigation for allegedly selling his autograph: a cardinal sin in the eyes of the NCAA. The main disconnect with Manziel not being able to […]

Former Auburn RB Michael Dyer chose Louisville

Former Auburn running back Michael Dyer will finally get that second chance he deserved. Dyer plans to enroll at Louisville, according to USA Today Sports. Dyer’s mentor, Arkansas Baptist College President Fitz Hill, told USA Today Sports that Dyer has accepted a scholarship with the Cardinals and will begin classes next week. The Louisville Courier-Journal […]

Oregon has built a football Death Star

Oregon and their sugar daddy, Nike Founder Phil Knight, released the first pictures of their football Death Star and training facility. It is a reasonable 125,000-square feet and only cost $68 million to complete. Over the past few months, high-profile programs like USC and Alabama have opened new football facilities, but those are nothing compared […]

Johnny Manziel has mastered Twitter

He doesn't get on it often, but when he does, Johnny Manziel is a Twitter expert. After a weekend partying in Austin and being thrown out of a frat party or two, the over-covered Texas A&M QB took to Twitter to say a few inspirational things and respond to a few disparaging comments. His instincts […]

USC AD Pat Haden says Lane Kiffin not on “Hot Seat”

Maybe Pat Haden knows something about Lane Kiffin that the rest of us don't. After an abysmally disappointing season in which USC started as the preseason No. 1 team and finished 7-6, USC head coach Lane Kiffin was believed to be under mountains of pressure to win this year. Kiffin is a great recruiter and […]

Oregon picked to win Pac-12 at Media Day

The Pac-12 media thinks QB Marcus Mariota will lead Oregon to a conference title this year. Losing Chip Kelly didn't hurt Oregon at all, according to the Pac-12 media. The Ducks were selected to win the 2013 Pac-12 title by the media at Pac-12 Media Day, today in Los Angeles. The ascendant UCLA and Stanford […]