College Football plots its future for Playoff fans

Dec 2, 2022

College Football Recent huddles among the sport's leaders have shown how much television drives their thinking. The band performed to a small crowd of college football fans in Indianapolis, Saturday ahead of Monday's national championship game. Credit... AJ Mast for The New York Times Jan. 10, 2022 Subscribe to the Pro Football Digest. Our analysis of th ...read more

China's crackdown on tech stresses college students - Reuters

Dec 2, 2022

Students at Shanghai's Fudan University celebrate their college graduations, July 2, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Barria Register Now to Get Unlimited Access for Free to Reuters.com HONG KONG, Jan 11 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Private educator New Oriental has laid off 60,000 people read more , part of a massive wave of redundancies coming out of the after-school tutoring industry after President Xi Jinping converted it to non-profit. The stock of the company has fallen ...read more

College Football wins its inevitable Georgia-Alabama Title Match

Dec 2, 2022

Georgia hopes that it can show Alabama more this time as they compete for the national championship. In the Orange Bowl semifinal of the College Playoff, Georgia defeated Michigan. To be satisfied with the season, it will need to win against Alabama. Credit... Jasen Vinlove/USA Today Sports, via Reuters Jan. 1, 2022 Sign up for the Pro Football Digest. Our ...read more

Alabama Rolls Past Cincinnati in College Football Playoff

Dec 2, 2022

Alabama 27, Cincinnati 6 For the national championship, the Crimson Tide will take on the Georgia Bulldogs Jan. 10. Near the end of the first period, Ja'Corey Brooks catches a 44-yard touchdown in Alabama. This put the Crimson Tide 17-3 ahead of Cincinnati. Credit... Richard Rodriguez/Getty images Dec. 31, 2021 Register for the Pro Football Digest. Our anal ...read more

With Exasperation, College Football Is Just Trying to Get Through the Playoff

Dec 2, 2022

On College Football The frustrations caused by the pandemic in college sport have mirror the problems seen beyond athletics. On Monday, a strategically placed bus prevented the view of Georgia's football practice ahead of Friday's College Football Playoff semifinal game against Michigan. This week, practices were closed to allow teams to avoid asking questions about players who aren't there because of the coronavirus. Credit... Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Const ...read more

How Marshawn Lynch Became an N.F.L. Mentor

Dec 2, 2022

Q. and A. The former Super Bowl champion has always had a way with words. He has become a trusted advisor to the N.F.L. for college football players who want their "wittys" to get out of that siti. Marshawn Lynch credits his Buffalo Bills teammates with informing him about retirement accounts in his early career. "You're going to do this, even if you don't want to." Credit... Taylor Glascock, The New York Times Published Jan. 19, 2022 Last updated Jan. 20, 2 ...read more

How the College Football Playoff Teams Match Up

Dec 2, 2022

The College Football Playoff begins on Friday, with Alabama and Cincinnati playing in the Cotton Bowl and Michigan and Georgia facing off in the Orange Bowl. img alt="Alabama meets Cincinnati in the Cotton Bowl Friday." src="https://static01.nyt.com/images/2021/12/31/multimedia/31cfb-explain1/31cfb-explain1-articleLarge.jpg?quality=75auto=webpdisable=upscale"/> On Friday, Alabama and Cincinnati will meet at the Cotton Bowl. Credit... Richard W. Rodriguez/Associated ...read more

A box of cash, a secret donor and a big lift for some N.Y.C. Students

Dec 2, 2022

A City College Physics professor was shocked to discover the contents of an ordinary box that had been in the mailroom. The box contained bundles of $50 and $100 bills, adding up to $180,000. Credit... The City College of New York Published Dec. 21, 2021 Updated Dec. 23, 2021 Vinod Menon was a City College of New York in Harlem physics professor who returned to in-person teaching this semester. He finally looked through the pile of off ...read more

Playoff Fans in the Cold as College Football Plots Its Future

Dec 2, 2022

On College Football Recent huddles among the sport's leaders have shown how much television drives their thinking. A band played to a sparse crowd in an area for college football fans in Indianapolis on Saturday, ahead of the national championship game on Monday night. Credit... AJ Mast for The New York Times Jan. 10, 2022 Register for the Pro Football D ...read more

The New Rules Require College Athletes to Take Smaller, Daily Deals

Dec 2, 2022

While six-figure players have been the most prominent, thousands of athletes are making just enough to pay for books and date nights, as part of name, image, and likeness agreements. Emily O'Donnell, left, and Emelie Curtis, center, teammates on the Duquesne University lacrosse team, finish a lacrosse clinic in Pittsburgh. Credit... Jared Wickerham, The New York Times Dec. 9, 2021 ...read more