Homer: Um Dasher, Dancer ... Prancer ... Nixon, Comet, Cupid ... Donna Dixon?
Teacher: Sit down, Simpson.
Forbes names Nick Saban as college football's most powerful head coach.
Alabama is finally back on the practice field.
Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease says the future is bright for the Gators.
Texas A&M receives a recruiting boost.
Missouri freshman safety Ka'ra Stewart has been dismissed from the Tigers' football team following his arrest on suspicion of possession of less than 35 grams of marijuana.
New Auburn coach Gus Malzahn is still balancing recruiting, building his coaching staff and looking ahead to 2013.
Ben Herbert is leaving Wisconsin to be Arkansas' new strength coach.
Georgia Coach Mark Richt says Malcolm Mitchell will only play offense from here on out.
Les Miles says the Tigers' 2013 offense could be his best at LSU.
With the NFL nearing, South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney awaits and prepares for his future.
Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart hopes that Kentucky football has finally arrived.
There was a time when Mississippi State wide receiver Chad Bumphis wanted to quit football.