Alabama capped off an impressive 2015 campaign with a victory in the College Football Playoff, beating No. 1 Clemson to earn head coach Nick Saban's fifth national title.
Currently sitting at No. 11 in this year’s draft, the Bears will have the requisite pool of players rated worth the 11th pick (or better).
A year ago in Columbus, it was taken for granted that the quarterback competition staring down Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes was a “good problem to have.” That was the q
Money was one of the big reasons why the NCAA decided to create the College Football Playoff.
So how is the CFP doing financially in its second year in existence?
As Clemson and Alabama get set for their National Championship showdown, CSN's Sports Business Insider Rick Horrow exaplains the economic impact of college football's biggest game.