- Saban: 10-second rule for safety, not getting edge Updated: Mar-05-14 7:41 pm
- 10-second rule withdrawn by NCAA rules committee Updated: Mar-05-14 6:30 pm
- Ala restaurant fighting to survive Updated: Mar-04-14 10:07 am
- Cal AD blasts Bielema for referencing player death Updated: Feb-21-14 8:57 pm
- Bielema says expects slow-down proposal to pass Updated: Feb-20-14 10:03 pm
- Fight lawsuit tossed against Nick Saban's daughter Updated: Feb-19-14 2:34 pm
- Malzahn wants slowdown rule tabled until next year Updated: Feb-18-14 6:47 pm
- Chair: No need to slow offense if no safety issue Updated: Feb-18-14 6:33 pm
- Thursday's Sports In Brief Updated: Feb-14-14 3:37 am
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama - Alabama coach Nick Saban is adamant he didn't have a role in coming up with the proposed 10-second rule, but equally insistent that hurry-up offenses are indeed hazardous to defensive players' health.
NEW YORK - Round 1 in the fight over pace of play in college football goes to those who have the need for speed.
CENTREVILLE, Alabama - Every town in America seems to have at least one landmark, but few, if any, can be linked to dill pickle juice.
California Athletic Director Sandy Barbour says it was "beyond inappropriate" for Arkansas coach Bret Bielema to reference the death of Golden Bears player Ted Agu while defending his position on the NCAA rule proposal to slow up-tempo offenses.
SEARCY, Arkansas - Bret Bielema made an impassioned case in favor of the much-scrutinized proposal to slow down college offenses on Thursday night.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - A judge cited Alabama's "stand your ground" law Wednesday in throwing out a lawsuit against University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban's daughter, who was being sued by her sorority sister over a fight.
AUBURN, Alabama - Auburn coach Gus Malzahn wants to slow down consideration of a rule taking aim at uptempo offenses.
The chairman of the NCAA Football Rules Committee said Tuesday a proposal to prohibit snapping the ball until at least 10 seconds run off the 40-second play clock should not go forward if there is no hard evidence showing up-tempo offenses endanger defensive players.