Why your team won't win the SEC title in 2017
SEC fans have high expectations in 2017. But here's why they shouldn't.
Fresh faces provide for intriguing SEC quarterback competitions
Jalen Hurts and Jacob Eason to the bench? It's unlikely, but several SEC newcomers could vie for starting QB jobs -- including at Bama and Georgia.
Highest-paid employee in your state? It's probably a coach
Here are the 50 best-paid public employees in the U.S. for 2016 -- and a whole lot more book-keeping for where state dollars go. A hint: College basketball and football coaches are making bank.
College football's 10 best fourth-year players
The upcoming season's fourth-year stars feature some running backs with injury issues and a pair Oklahoma State Cowboys, both of whom could be in for a big year.
What is Wilton Speight working on during spring practice?
Wolverines quarterback Wilton Speight's offseason to-do list includes improving his quickness and settling into a leadership role.
Georgia's biggest recruiting rival ... Jim Harbaugh
Michigan's plan to focus on Georgia with satellite camps and more attention is working. The Wolverines will be in the mix for some of Georgia's best.
Is the next Myles Garrett at Kansas?
Jayhawks coach David Beaty, who recruited Garrett, thinks it's junior-to-be Dorance Armstrong Jr., the best defender nobody has heard of.
Yes, Pittsburgh needs a starting QB, but it needs depth, too
Pat Narduzzi got caught short at QB when Nathan Peterman went down in the Pinstripe Bowl, but the Panthers have USC transfer Max Browne and more now.
Lane Kiffin breaks down his fifth spring practice as FAU's head coach. "We've got a lot of work to do, but what a place and what an opportunity to do something special here," Kiffin told ESPN.com.
The biggest workout warrior on every Way-Too-Early Top 25 football team
As the NFL draft approaches, we are bombarded with 40-yard dash times and eye-popping bench-press numbers. So who are the workout warriors on each team from the Way-Too-Early Top 25?
What is Trace McSorley working on during spring practice?
Trace McSorley led Penn State to a Big Ten championship and Rose Bowl appearance last season. How much better can he be in 2017?
NC State wants to see more of Ryan Finley's graceless running
A season ago, the quarterback was an afterthought in the running game. The Wolfpack are working this spring so that won't be the case again.
Sparks, fifth in all-time NCAA wins, dies at 73
Ken Sparks, who ranks fifth on the all-time wins list among college football coaches, died Wednesday at 73. He coached his final game at Division II Carson-Newman in November.
Larry Scott takes over Tennessee offense in transition
He wasn't the splashy hire that some Volunteers fans wanted, but Larry Scott is eager to show why he was the best choice as offensive coordinator.
Meet Tsuyoshi Kawata, college football's most unlikely coach
Tsuyoshi Kawata fell in love with football while growing up in Japan and dreamed of coaching at the college level in America. How'd he land at Stanford? One knock on Jim Harbaugh's door in 2007.
Why your team won't win the Big Ten title in 2017
Spring football is a time for hope and the thought that anything is possible, right? Um, no. Here's why your team will be disappointed in the fall.
It's hardly a surprise that the Crimson Tide are stocked offensively. But there are some unexpected teams on our list of programs that should light up scoreboards for the next three years.
Spring is in the air, which for college football fans means spring football. Here are the dates for when Power 5 teams start their workouts and play their spring games.
Myles Garrett has all but cemented his status as the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL draft. Where will Christian McCaffrey and O.J. Howard go? Todd McShay predicts the picks.
Mitch Trubisky and Deshaun Watson go back to back in Mel Kiper's latest projection of the first round of April's draft. Jabrill Peppers? He's headed south. Here's how picks 1-32 look right now.
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