I went to the UConn/UMass game to understand why these schools are playing FBS football, and what success would even look like. I think I get it now.
Being P5 isn't just about NCAA bylaws or the playoff. It's a big deal in coaching contracts, vendor relationships, and more. We got the receipts.
Bad football can be really good. Here's why:
A few big name players have really struggled, but experts don't think that should nuke the NIL market.
How does a mid-major figure out what school will make them the most money? I asked some experts.