AAC athletes have reportedly circulated their own proposal to multiple schools within the conference, listing 10 concerns, including coronavirus safety issues and a percentage of revenues, according to a report from Sports Illustrated.
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Demote the bad teams to make room for the up-and-comers? We look at the possibilities (even unrealistic ones).
- Report: AAC athletes demanding 'hazard pay'
- Tuberville wins Alabama GOP Senate runoff
- Urban Meyer's son to be walk-on WR at Cincinnati
- Tuberville heads to runoff in Alabama Senate race
Former college football coach Tommy Tuberville beat former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in Tuesday's Alabama Republican Senate runoff. He will face incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Doug Jones on the November ballot.
From the origins of Appalachian State mascot Yosef to Florida's coach getting arrested in Cuba during the 1912 Bacardi Bowl, these are just a few of the hard-to-believe stories for college football's top teams.
Nate Meyer, who has been an outfielder at the University of Cincinnati, will be a walk-on wide receiver for the Bearcats' football team.
Can any team challenge Memphis and UCF for the top spot in the best conference outside of the Power 5?
Missing the NCAA tournament and spring football? Well, here's an early look at what might happen if Mike Leach had his way and we had a 64-team college football playoff.
Former college football coach Tommy Tuberville will face former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a March 31 runoff for the Alabama Senate Republican nomination.
Former Miami offensive coordinator Dan Enos has landed a job as Cincinnati's running backs coach, sources told ESPN.
With players making their NFL draft declarations and many programs shuffling their coaching staffs, our second Way-Too-Early Top 25 looks a lot different than a month ago, as the offseason challenges mount for defending champ LSU, among others.
Despite considerable interest from Michigan State, Luke Fickell has decided to remain with the Cincinnati Bearcats.