What’s next for the NCAA and NIL? – AP Top 25 Podcast

The college football offseason is here but there is still plenty of news in college sports. This week attention turns to the NCAA convention where the hot topic will be name, image and likeness. The NCAA is trying to come up with an ideal model that would allow athletes to be paid for their fame. But ultimately it might be federal lawmakers who have the most say in what comes next. What if any news could come out of the NCAA convention this week in Southern California?

Nicole Auerbach from The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about NCAA policy and the news of the week closer to the field.

Will there be anyone left at LSU to defend the Tigers’ national
championship after a mass exodus of players and key assistant coaches?

Miami might have found a transfer quarterback to help turnaround its offense.

And where does Justin Fuente stand at Virginia Tech after he talked to Baylor about its job opening?

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AP Top 25 Podcast: Last Word on LSU and Looking Ahead to 2020

The final AP College Football Podcast of the 2019 season, Dan Wolken and Paul Myerberg of USA Today join AP’s Ralph Russo to recap LSU’s national championship game victory against Clemson.

What is Joe Burrow’s place in college football history after a record-breaking season and remarkable rise to super stardom? How about these Tigers? Is coach Ed Orgeron’s team worthy of a spot among the great in recent college football history? Plus, what to make of Trevor Lawrence’s first taste of adversity at Clemson?

Then we spin it ahead to 2020. The top stories, the most interesting teams, players, rivalries and coaches, heading into next season.

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday January 14th: Senate Republicans signal they will not vote to dismiss articles of impeachment; Philippines volcano erupting; Small tornado htis South Carolina high school; LSU wins National Football Championship.

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LSU, Clemson fans tailgate ahead of big game

It’s LSU vs. Clemson tonight at the College Football Championship in New Orleans’ Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Clemson is trying to make it three national titles in four seasons. (Jan. 13)

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Orgeron’s mom: ‘Everybody loves him’

LSU coach Ed Orgeron’s success is fueling Cajun pride on the bayou. (Jan. 10)

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Three QB Heisman finalists are school transfers

The three quarterbacks who are Heisman Trophy finalists all transferred to their current schools. LSU’s Joe Burrow says it was a gut-wrenching decision. Ohio State’s Justin Fields says players who transfer need to tune out critics. (Dec. 13)

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AP Top 25 Podcast: Championship Week Preview

Championship weekend is upon us, but that’s only a portion of all that is going on in college football this week. The coaching carousel has cranked up and the Heisman race will be settled as well. USA Today national college football writer Paul Myerberg joins AP’s Ralph Russo for an extra long edition of the AP Top 25 College Football Podcast to discuss why coaching searches are set up to fail, the legacy of Chris Petersen and why his surprising resignation was not so surprising. And which job is worst: Arkansas, Missouri or Mississippi?

Plus, a rundown of each conference title game, the playoff ramifications and why LSU shouldn’t be a lock to make the CFP without winning the SEC title. Plus, who should be No. 2 behind Joe Burrow in the Heisman voting?

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AP Top25 Podcast: FSU or USC, which is a better job?

There is a lot going on in college football. Willie Taggart is out at Florida State and it seems like a forgone conclusion that Clay Helton will be out at USC soon. Which is a better job and who might fill them? Paul Myerberg of USA Today joins AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss the start of the coaching carousel.

Plus, It is a huge weekend of games with No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama playing. We’ll preview that and Penn State at Minnesota, another battle of unbeatens.

Also, the first College Football Playoff rankings are out. What should you be looking for in in the selection committee’s top 25?

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Inside LSU’s $28 Million Football Building

Louisiana State University (LSU) unveiled its $28 million renovated Football Operations Building in July 2019. The new facility features a state-of-the-art locker room with sleep pods, charging stations, and new technology. The renovated building was designed by HNTB Architecture, which previously designed other multimillion-dollar athletic centers.

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Police: football player kills would-be robber

(24 Dec 2018) Police say two LSU football players were trying to sell an electronic item when one player fatally shot an 18-year-old man who was trying to rob them. Authorities say the players called police, waited at the scene and were released. (Dec. 24)

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