This feature has been absent for a week or so, but it is back and there are a lot of links for today.
Lubick says McElwain’s Alabama experience invaluable | The Field House
Sonny Lubick approves of Colorado State's hiring of Jim McElwain.
Tech asst. Preston on Hawaii job | AJC
Candidate No. 1,382 for the Hawaii job is Georgia Tech assistant coach Buzz Preston.
Beat-up Aztecs shorten practice at dome | SignOnSanDiego.com
Aztecs are banged up heading into the New Orleans Bowl.
University Stadium Reviews, New Mexico Lobos | Stadium Journey
Reviews of University Stadium which is host for the New Mexico Bowl
Larry Shyatt Has Transformed Wyoming Basketball (Again) - 7220 Report
Shyatt was Wyoming back on track.
TCU taps receivers coach to replace Fuente | Texas Christian University
Rusty Burns will be the TCU Horned Frogs' quarterback coach in the Poinsettia Bowl, head coach Gary Patterson said Thursday evening on his radio show.
Funding Reform - The Blog of the NCAA
Student-athlete $2,000 stipend is on hold.
BCS Failings Extend to Ticket Sales - Saturday Blitz
The Bowl Championship Series is designed to make money. Crowning a champion is secondary, and only the most naive would argue otherwise.
College football: Why every coach should vote in the coaches' poll | NewsOK.com
Les Miles got a vote. Ditto for Nick Saban and David Shaw.
Poinsettia Bowl Key Match up - CBSSports.com
Eye On College Football - Poinsettia Bowl Key Match up
Military Bowl Key Matchup - CBSSports.com
Eye On College Football - Military Bowl Key Matchup
Keys to the game: Poinsettia Bowl - CBSSports.com
Eye On College Football - Keys to the game: Poinsettia Bowl
Keys to the Game: Military Bowl - CBSSports.com
Eye On College Football - Keys to the Game: Military Bowl
Colorado State spent $600,000 to change coaches - National College Football | Examiner.com
The hiring of a search firm to handle the process of finding a new head coach for a football program is certainly nothing new.
Some Big Schools Struggle to Sell Bowl Tickets - NYTimes.com
Penn State, West Virginia and Virginia Tech are among some big-name programs struggling to sell tickets to their bowl games.