Shehan Jeyarajah


NCAA approves use of sponsor logos on fields for regular-season games to help pay for athlete revenue sharing

Teams will be allowed three ads, similar to college football bowl games

Once a college football star, Rep. Colin Allred now stumping for athlete protection amid House v. NCAA fallout

Allred is one of two former NFL players in Congress after starring at Baylor

Big 12 football transfers: New QBs at Baylor, UCF ready to make an immediate impact in 2024 season

Four teams in the conference are expected to start transfer quarterbacks in 2024

Texas, Oklahoma no longer tied to Alamo Bowl's Big 12 selection after appeal falls short, per report

The Longhorns and Sooners will participate in the SEC's bowl selection process starting in 2024

College football odds, bets: Why Oklahoma State is undervalued as a Big 12 championship contender

Mike Gundy's Cowboys have played for two of the last three Big 12 championships

Baylor, Virginia Tech among teams that will change up uniforms for 2024 college football season

New jerseys are leaning traditional, but moving away from pure minimalism

Big 12 leaders embrace House v. NCAA revenue-sharing options but impact on Title IX, budgeting remains unclear

The settlement could cost Power Four schools nearly $30 million per year

Vexed by House v. NCAA's huge settlement, AAC officials shift to survival mode in college athletics' new world

Non-power leagues will shoulder 60% of the withholding cost of House v. NCAA

Auburn RB Brian Battie improving but could face 'permanent paralysis' after shooting, per court records

Tigers coach Hugh Freeze said Battie was "getting better" during SEC spring meetings

2024 Big 12 championship odds, picks: Utah, Kansas State lead favorites; Coach Prime has Colorado a value play

The Utes won two of the last three Pac-12 titles and enter the Big 12 as betting co-favorites

How historic House v. NCAA settlement will impact college athletics on and off the field for years to come

The historic legal case will transform every aspect of college sports as we know it currently

Arizona State promotes Graham Rossini as next AD: School alum brings strong fundraising background to new role

Rossini's experience in the fundraising area is crucial amid a shifting college sports landscape

College Football Playoff to feature select games on TNT Sports in sublicense deal with ESPN through 2028

Turner was the first cable network to broadcast college football in 1982

Former Penn State team doctor alleges James Franklin attempted to interfere with medical decisions

Dr. Pete Seidenberg claims Franklin and AD Sandy Barbour pushed to medically disqualify a player who attempted suicide

Shehan Jeyarajah is a college football writer for CBS Sports. He serves on the national board of the FWAA and previously worked as the a college football insider at Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine where he was the youngest writer honored by the FWAA's Best Writing Contest in 2020. Shehan lives in Texas with his wife, Bhargavi.

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