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Talking Bull: Sue your business partner? Works for ESPN and Texas!

ESPN Loses Lawsuit To Texas, And Other Complex College Football Legal Action - From Our Editors -
Did you know ESPN has had a two-year-long lawsuit against the University of Texas? While that's mind-blowing enough, seeing as the two have formed a business together (the Longhorn Network) during the middle of a suit, it goes even further. Television networks have been accused of running conference realignment, even by athletic directors themselves, and the suit was over realignment documents Texas was withholding from ESPN. Skull completely shattered right now!

Through much research in dusty archives (and other places where we were hoping to find sexy ghosts), we found out precisely just that. Unearthed for the first time, these are the surviving rules of Feelingsball.

College Football Playoffs: Could Cowboys Stadium Host First 'Plus-One' Game? -
If the 2014 college football season concludes with a championship game whose participants are determined by a bracket, no matter how small that bracket may be, Jerry Jones would like to host that game. You are not surprised to learn this.

Ohio coach John Groce next name on Illinois’ list - Chicago Sun-Times
Groce has been contacted by the Illini through a third party, sources said.

Spring Football Report: Quarterbacks - Sports - The Spectrum - University at Buffalo
Last summer, then junior Jerry Davis and sophomore Alex Zordich, were in the battle for the starting quarterback job. Then senior Chazz Anderson came in from Cincinnati and started all 12 games for the Bulls.