We are exactly one week away from the college football season. Finally ...
Former Oklahoma running back Brandon Williams will have to sit out his first year at Texas A&M, after the NCAA denied his waiver application.
Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun writes that the West's stranglehold on the East could be ending this year.
Former Alabama linebacker Eryk Anders is back in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for an MMA bout.
Alabama's Jalston Fowler can run but he can't hide.
Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe is finally among the healthy, but injuries are still haunting the Tigers.
Ken Malcome is set to get the start at running back for Georgia in the Bulldogs' opener against Buffalo.
Florida's secondary is looking to regain its swagger in 2012.
Cornerback Tharold Simon is poised to shine in LSU's secondary.
Expectations are high for Tennessee safety Brian Randolph.
Shane McCardell and Mississippi State are ready for game week in Starkville.
New Kentucky wide receivers coach Pat Washington is looking to rebuild the unit's confidence.
Ole Miss's defense dominates Wednesday's practice.
Philip Lutzenkirchen is looking to show off in Auburn's new offense.