Thursday, April 23, 2015

The Fallout: Rose Bowl, UAB, Ohio State, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Thursday edition.



Out of the Running?
The Tournament of Roses says it will not bid to host the 2018-2020 College Football Playoff title games. The Rose Bowl's governing body says that its "structure is incompatible with the bid requirements." (ESPN)

Hot and Cold. 
NCAA president Mark Emmert says the Big Ten's proposal to make freshmen players sit out a year has "all kinds of problems," but is still "worthy of debate."(Dr. Saturday)

Too little, too late? 
An independent study into the now-defunct UAB football program contradicts the school's claims that the program was a money-loser. (ESPN)

All of the Lights.
Ohio State will play three night games in a row in the 2015 season: Minnesota on Oct. 17, Rutgers on Oct. 24, and (following the Buckeye' buy week) Penn State on Nov. 7. (Land-Grant Holy Land)

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