The executive director of the now 12-team College Football Playoff discusses his belief that college athletes are students first, that one time a Final Four game was delayed because they couldn't get to the basketballs, and more.
Yes, he's worked here before. And yes, he's pushing 70 years old. But there's reason to believe the once and again defensive coordinator's schemes remain on the cutting edge.
By Jake Kemp
The Cowboys aren't in the Super Bowl, but Sunday's game will still have some North Texas flavor.
COO Dave Kroencke and CCO Chris Smith’s mantra of ‘less is more’ has led to a meteoric rise in just three years, including two commercials for Super Bowl LVIII.
The UIL realigns districts every two years based on enrollment. This year, Highland Park and the rest of its new district drew the short straw.
Cynt Marshall, Neil Leibman, Brad Alberts, Monica Paul, and Other Execs Talk Media Rights, World Cup, Sands Corp., and More
Marshall says she can't wait to find ways to spend her new boss' money. Alberts calls the media rights landscape a "disaster." And Paul has her sights set on another Super Bowl in DFW.
Things were going so well, until they weren't. Here's what powered their rise and what accelerated their downfall.
Sunday's total system collapse begins with Dan Quinn's unit, and an opponent that was built to exploit everything Dallas does well.
Here we are, again. And here's the same guy in charge, again.
By Mark Godich