Old-Time College Football Booster Gets Wistful About Paying Players

Roy Adams, an infamous booster in SEC country, thinks the game has changed of late and that the players and boosters don't have the same relationship. He thinks the players want too much money. Don't get Adams wrong, he'd probably still give it to them and brag about it, but it's just not as quaint as it used to be. »10/05/13 1:46pm10/05/13 1:46pm

NCAA Had Nevin Shapiro's Defense Attorney On Its Payroll, Suspends Miami Investigation

Not a good day for the NCAA. The enforcement program, the hired guns responsible for investigating and recommending penalties for NCAA infractions, has come under its own scrutiny. The probe into the University of Miami booster scandal has been put on hold today, as president Mark Emmert announced a number of problems… »1/23/13 2:10pm1/23/13 2:10pm

Oregon Football Boosters Are Mad That Chip Kelly Doesn't Hang Out With Them

The Chip Kelly era has brought the Oregon Ducks to two Rose Bowls and a BCS Championship Game in three seasons—and a Fiesta Bowl appearance this season—so it'd seem difficult to complain about the then-unknown New Hampshire offensive coordinator who took over a Pac-10 program. And yet, some of the university's… »12/20/12 3:50pm12/20/12 3:50pm