John Talty

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How Mississippi-based Blue Delta became the unofficial jeans of the SEC's elite class, one $450 pair at a time

Spend any time in the SEC's inner circle and you'll notice everybody -- coaches, athletic directors, the commissioner and even the rowdiest Tennessee fan -- repping the same jeans.

Kirby Smart says Georgia NIL collective is fining players, but could that lead to legal slippery slope?

One NIL lawyer believes NIL collectives fining players cross the line when it comes to athletes' employment status

How Mississippi State's Jeff Lebby prepared accordingly for NCAA easing restrictions on countable coaches

More coaches are allowed to work directly with players, and Lebby had a plan in mind after taking over in Starkville

NCAA president seeks federal help for 'national standard' on Title IX as questions mount with House settlement

Charlie Baker is looking to the government for "guidance" over Title IX concerns

Boston College coach Bill O'Brien eager to embrace challenges in Year 1 leading Eagles

In a Q and A with CBS Sports' John Talty, the veteran coach gives his opinion on NIL, the transfer portal and what he learned from Nick Saban at Alabama

End of the 'analyst army'? Why revenue sharing could curb college football's off-field staff swell

The model Nick Saban rode to success for years is in jeopardy as athletic departments look to slash budgets

Scenes from a Saban-less SEC spring meetings: Jimmy Sexton's awesome power, Greg Sankey's simmering anger

If your eyes are green with envy at the idea of reporters spending a week on the beach getting a tan and drinking Piña Coladas, think again

SEC athletic director expects NCAA to allow sponsor logos on fields to help pay for athlete revenue sharing

Florida athletic director Scott Stricklin says the NCAA is set to relax rules around corporate sponsors

Florida coach Billy Napier makes first comments about Jaden Rashada lawsuit: 'Comfortable with my actions'

Georgia coach Kirby Smart also weighed in publicly for the first time on the impending legal action

SEC commissioner Greg Sankey talks NCAA settlement, Jaden Rashada lawsuit and more ahead of spring meetings

Kicking off the league's spring meetings in Florida, Sankey also alluded to future injury reports and a June 1 schedule announcement

NCAA forced to sit on sidelines as Jaden Rashada lawsuit takes aim at rival SEC coach over failed NIL dealings

A recent injunction prevents the NCAA from having any say in the bombshell suit for the foreseeable future

Squeeze Play: New details inside Jim Harbaugh's final days at Michigan

A small excerpt from upcoming college football book "The Price"

Georgia QB Jaden Rashada sues Florida coach Billy Napier, among others, over botched $13.85M NIL deal

Also named in the bombshell suit are a former Gators football staffer as well as a prominent booster

Inside the college football NIL market: How much players at each position are actually getting paid

Diving into the truth about college football's name, image and likeness deals for players in the transfer portal

ACC commissioner Jim Phillips bullish on league even with futures of Florida State, Clemson up in air

The conference is currently embroiled in multiple lawsuits with Florida State and Clemson as the two schools legally challenge the ACC's grant of rights

John is a national college sports writer. He previously worked as SEC insider and senior sports editor for AL.com and Alabama Media Group. He is the Wall Street Journal best-selling author of "The Leadership Secrets of Nick Saban: How Alabama's Coach Became the Greatest Ever."

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