Slocum, General Ray Odierno and Arkansas State AD Terry Mohajir are the three new members by Ben Kercheval @BenKercheval 39s ago • 1 min read USATSI As it does every year, the College Football Playoff Selection Committee has added three new members to its group, replacing outgoing members whose three-year terms have ended. This year, the playoff's executive director Bill Hancock announced the additions of retired four-star general Ray Odierno, former Texas A&M coach R.C. Slocum and Arkansas State athletic director Terry Mohajir to the committee. The three new members will serve a three-year term beginning this spring. They replace Jeff Bower, Herb Deromedi and Bobby Johnson. Additionally, Hancock announced that Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens would serve a second year as the committee's chair. "Terry, Ray and R.C. each bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the committee," Hancock said in a statement. "All three … [Read more...] about Four-star general, R.C. Slocum among three new members of College Football Playoff Selection Committee
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Several top players passed on millions to return to college football by Barrett Sallee @BarrettSallee moments ago • 6 min read Several college football stars decided to bail on our lovely sport to head to the NFL, and potentially make millions playing the game that we love. It is sad to see Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray, LSU linebacker Devin White, Houston defensive lineman Ed Oliver and the rest of them to go, but there are still plenty of players who passed on the NFL to come back to college for another shot at glory.Who are the best players who decided to return to school? Here's a breakdown.Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon: The return of the 6-foot-6, 233-pound rising senior was perhaps the biggest surprise of the young offseason. Herbert was sensational last year for the Ducks, throwing for 3,151 yards, 29 touchdowns, only eight interceptions and added two more rushing touchdowns just for good measure. Herbert will have another year in coach … [Read more...] about 2019 NFL Draft: Top college football players who spurned the pros to return for another season
Projecting the new AP Top 25 college football rankings after Week 11 by Chip Patterson @Chip_Patterson 1m ago • 6 min read On a Saturday with few upsets and a couple of suffocating one-sided victories by the top teams in the college football rankings, the biggest stories in this week's AP Top 25will probably surround the new arrivals after Week 11. Losses by Mississippi State, NC State and Michigan State have opened up spots in the top 25, and voters have choices to make regarding which teams are going to be taking their place in the rankings.Using last week's Others Receiving Votes as a starting point, it's looking more and more like Army is set to make its first AP Top 25 appearance since 1996. The Knights, now at 8-2, could be joined by another headline-worthy addition to the poll if Northwestern cracks the top 25 after beating Iowa to clinch the Big Ten West. Utah seems sure to get back in the rankings after beating Oregon without its top … [Read more...] about Tomorrow’s Top 25 Today: Army should return to college football rankings for first time since 1996
Weekend winnersbaited in this debate. And you know what, that's just as much his right as it is any other athlete to start lobbing verbal jabs. In some views, the reporter asking the questions appeared to bait this generation's most famous athlete. And Tiger's final answer in the exchange was priceless. From the article: "No," Woods replied when asked if he wanted to share his thoughts on race relations and discourse in the United States. "I just finished 72 holes and really hungry." In this Nov. 3, 2008, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., speaks at a rally in Tampa, Fla. Aide says senator, war hero and GOP presidential candidate McCain died Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018. He was 81. In this Nov. 3, 2008, file photo, Republican... Photo by AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File Weekend losershttps://www.timesfreepress.com/news/sports/columns/story/2018/aug/27/wiedmer-when-will-there-be-no-more-jacksonvil/477837/ three were killed senselessly … [Read more...] about 5-at-10: Weekend winners and losers, college football crazy predictions, Rushmore of best college football pregame traditions
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