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Well, this is something you don't see every day. At a practice this week, the Maryland Terrapins had the biggest players on their team -- the offensive and defensive linemen -- field punts in a do-or-die competition.
In today’s mailbag, we discuss uniforms, Dorial Green-Beckham and Baylor's home schedule.I took Twitter questions for this mailbag. But you can always submit a mailbag entry the traditional way by clicking here.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- His dreadlocks were a little longer. They were brighter, too, turned yellow at the tail end of each strand, presumably by bleach. But beyond that, there wasn’t much different about Derrick Henry when he met with the media on Thursday night at Alabama.
Step into my office ...Richard in Raleigh writes: I beg you to put this in the mailbag. It involves the preseason predictions for UNC. Let me first state my bias against UNC so it is known.
To finish out our week-long look at the players poised to be at the top of the stat charts at their respective positions, we're checking out the guys picked to man the skies.
The Trojans held a light practice on Friday morning that focused on specific end-of-game scenarios, and they will return to the field tonight for a more physical session.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston breaks down his goals for the upcoming season
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Had Miami not been so slow to pull the trigger during the recruiting process, Skai Moore admits that he'd be a Hurricane right now.“I grew up a Canes fan my whole life.
Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione has plans to place food trucks on campus to feed the Sooners' student-athletes. But it's doubtful any of those trucks will be as cool the one the football team ate from Friday.
The Texas A&M Aggies were dressed out, padded up and ready to begin their second practice of the day on Thursday and their 15th of preseason training camp until Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin delivered a special message with a change of plans.
Illinois isn't trying to be Kansas State. The Illini would love to replicate K-State's on-field results, but their recent influx of junior college players isn't an effort to model what Bill Snyder has done in the Little Apple.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher discusses how he is advising Jameis Winston to deal with all the scrutiny he faces and battling complacency after winning a national championship.
The season’s creeping closer and closer. But until it officially starts, we’ll be looking forward and analyzing every Big Ten team’s 2014 schedule.
The 2014 college football season starts in 13 days. We're getting you ready by counting down the ACC's 10 biggest battles with playoff implications. Nos.
Fall camp is underway but there's still quite a bit of work that needs to be done. This week and next, we'll be outlining a few storylines to keep track of as the month wears down and the Oregon Ducks' opener on Aug.
It’s not that Ole Miss had a terrible season last year. The Rebs, under coach Hugh Freeze, won eight games for the first time since 2009. Freeze admittedly was pleasantly surprised by how far the program had come since he took over following a 2-10 season in 2011.
Previewing the 2014 season for the West Virginia Mountaineers:Key returners: QB Clint Trickett, OG Quinton Spain, CB Daryl Worley, SS Karl JosephKey losses: RB Charles Sims, DT Shaq Rowell, DE Will Clarke, SS Darwin CookMost important 2014 games: Sept.
Previewing the 2014 season for the Pittsburgh Panthers:Key returners: QB Chad Voytik, RB James Conner, RB Isaac Bennett, WR Tyler Boyd, TE J.P. Holtz, LT Adam Bisnowaty, C Artie Rowell, RG Matt Rotheram, RT T.
Previewing the 2014 season for the Ole Miss Rebels:2013 record: 8-5, beat Georgia Tech in the Music City BowlFinal grade for 2013 season: Because of the team’s inconsistency, a B- seems fair.
Previewing the 2014 season for the Ohio State Buckeyes:2013 overall record: 12-2 (8-0 Big Ten)Key losses: Carlos Hyde, RB; Ryan Shazier, LB; Bradley Roby, CB; Jack Mewhort, OT; Corey Linsley, C; Andrew Norwell, OG; Corey Brown, WRKey returnees: Braxton Miller, QB; Devin Smith, WR; Jeff Heuerman, TE; Noah Spence, DE; Joey Bosa, DE; Michael Bennett, DT; Curtis Grant, LB; Doran Grant, CBInstant impact newcomer: There’s no linebacker among the projected starters with the pedigree to fit with the Ohio State greats.
This summer, ESPN.com is taking a closer look at each scholarship player on the Oklahoma Sooners' roster in our Crimson Countdown series. Each day, we analyze each player’s impact on the program since arriving on campus, his potential impact this fall, and his long-term projection.
Previewing the 2014 season for the Utah Utes:2013 record: 5-7, 2-7 Pac-12Final grade for 2013: C-minusKey returnees: QB Travis Wilson, WR Dres Anderson, WR Kenneth Scott, RB Bubba Poole, DL Nate Orchard, DB Eric Rowe.
Today, we debut our Big 12 true freshman power rankings, which we’ll update occasionally through August and the season. This list combines the factors of playing time and potential impact.
Our best- and worst-case series continues to snake its way through the Big Ten.As always, don't view these as straight-up predictions. We're taking a broad look at the potential highs and lows for each team's season, while having a little bit (sometimes a large amount) of fun along the way.