Revisiting the UConn-Notre Dame Football Series

It was exactly 15 months ago today that I first wrote about the football series between UConn and Notre Dame.  The title of the article was “How Far Should UConn Go to Play in the House that Rockne Built?”  And that very same issue persists today – with no games to be played in Connecticut, is […]

Power Struggle: Rodriguez, Schiano Demonstrate Change in Collegiate Football Coaching Contracts

The dynamic between the coaches of Division I football teams and the universities that employ them is quickly becoming a hot topic.  The ever-increasing popularity of the college game coupled with the vast financial opportunities have thrust coaches into the spotlight.  As players only wear the  colors of their university for only three or four years,  head coaches have become the proverbial faces […]