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  • College football rankings with bowl-game twist

    College football rankings with bowl-game twist
    Rankman and SportsBusiness Journal have teamed up for a first-they-have-heard-about-it collaboration based on SBJ's seventh annual analysis of bowl gifts provided to players. This year's most popular gift is the Fossil watch, provided at 19 of the 35 bowls. USC is too lousy at 7-5 to crack Rankman's top 25, but part of the Trojans' Sun Bowl gift package will include a Helen of Troy hair dryer. Meineke Car Care participants from Minnesota and Texas Tech will receive a 32-inch flat screen, a belt buckle, T-shirt, lapel pin and backpack. This bowl bounty proves college players are already highly compensated and should never ask again to share in the profits of a multibillion dollar industry.
  • Chris Dufresne's look at the season's college football bowl games

    Chris Dufresne's look at the season's college football bowl games
    ESPN's "Octomom" family of networks hopes you enjoy this year's cavalcade of commercials and center snaps as it furiously tries to secure the two games it doesn't broadcast. Conspicuously missing from the lineup is Ohio State (12-0) vs. Louisiana Tech...

    Comic-Con 2013: Parties toast Action Comics No. 1, Superman and a pirate ship?

    While the San Diego Convention Center hosts the fanboys and hit-girls of Comic-Con during the day, in the evening the […]

    GoDaddy backs away from piracy bill after pressure from websites

    Internet registration service has taken itself out of the firing line on one of the Internet community's biggest controversies. GoDaddy had been a vocal supporter of the Stop Online Piracy Act, the bill that would allow media companies to...

    SOPA blackout: Who’s gone dark to protest anti-piracy bills? [Updated]

    A list of websites taking part in protesting SOPA and PIPA -- including Google, Wikipedia, Craigslist, Reddit, Boing Boing, Ars Technica, Wired, The Verge, TechCrunch, O'Reilly Radar, 4Chan, Mozilla Firefox's start page,, WordPress, Xkcd and...