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COLLEGE COACHES TO PUT AN END TO EARLY-SEASON RANKINGS?
Published October 12, 1995
A suggestion that the first college football polls should not be conducted until "midseason at the earliest," first raised by Big East Commissioner Mike Tranghese, is getting some thought. The American Football Coaches Assoc is weighing the idea, which could go into effect "as early as next year," according to USA TODAY. The AFCA likely will hold a special meeting during its convention in January to address the issue (Steve Wieberg, USA TODAY, 10/12). ILL WIND BLOWING IN MIAMI? A report in the MIAMI HERALD this morning shows the impact of the Hurricanes poor season thus far on the university's bottom line. If Miami goes 6-5 or worse, the school could experience a drop in revenue of more than $6M (MIAMI HERALD, 10/12).