A high-ranking personnel exec told Todd McShay that pass-rusher Tyus Bowser will be a first-round pick, despite public perception.
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BB: Game 2 of today's DH starting now. Austin Robinson on the mound for the Tigers.
The UH outside backer followed a season in which he averaged better than a sack per game with a tremendous combine showing.
The specter of Tom Herman. The expectations of antsy boosters. The reality of life as a Group of 5 school. Major Applewhite has plenty of challenges at Houston, but he's meeting them head on.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Former Clemson cornerback and grad transfer Adrian Baker says he is down to three schools: UCF, Houston and Oklahoma State. Baker, who started three games for the Tigers in 2015 before suffering a torn ACL last year, has visited all three schools and plans to make a decision in May.
The Houston defensive tackle led the nation with nine batted passes as a true freshmen. Where does he rank among top players in his class?
After sitting out last season, Allen will hope to earn the starting job under new head coach Major Applewhite. While he's not guaranteed the position, Allen is the favorite to replace Greg Ward Jr.
Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer
Houston QB Kyle Allen, who sat out last season after transferring from Texas A&M, said he has grown a lot during that time. "It was a year I needed. I don't think I was mature enough my freshman and sophomore year."
Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer
After his first practice of this spring, Houston QB Kyle Allen says he's learned a lot about the intricacies of his position from new coach Major Applewhite, a former college QB himself.
Tyus Bowser is among them, displaying fluidity on Sunday in Indianapolis that probably surprised at least some evaluators given his build.
Tackling quarterbacks and running backs on the field is hard enough. Prying the Heisman from their grasp is nearly impossible. But is this the year a defensive player gets to strike the pose?
Notre Dame took the sting off a subpar season by winning big on national signing day, but the Irish weren't the only team from outside of the Power 5 conferences to score on the recruiting trail.
More top local recruits are leaving the state of Texas in the 2017 class than in recent memory. Is it an anomaly or the start of a trend?
Time -- and wins and losses -- will ultimately tell if the hires during this coaching cycle made the dean's list, but it's not too early to review how the new 21 head coaches are doing so far.
Soon after Texas A&M left for the SEC, recruits in the nation's most fertile state have turned their backs on Big 12 schools. Here are the numbers.
Mike Martz, the former Rams head coach, had a message ready for his team when they met to prepare for the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.
Ed Oliver is just getting started
Oliver was the only freshman to earn AP first-team All-American honors in 2016. He finished third nationally with 23 tackles for loss, including five sacks. Top 25 returning players (Insider)
Forgettable bowl season for American
South Florida and Tulsa were the only AAC teams to win bowl games this season. The conference finishes with a 2-5 record, fourth among Group of 5 conferences.
A growing number of Group of 5 officials are in favor of adding a playoff specifically for the Group of 5 schools because it's been 32 years since a non-Power 5 team won a national championship.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
I just spoke with Brian Johnson, who confirmed he's headed to Houston as offensive coordinator. Johnson, a Baytown, Texas native who had been Mississippi State's quarterbacks coach, will be Houston's offensive play-caller on Major Applewhite's staff. Sports Illustrated first reported the hire.
Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer
Texas has officially hired four more staffers from Houston: DC Todd Orlando, assistant Craig Naivar, strength coach Yancy McKnight and DFO Tory Tekyl. Herman now has two vacancies left on his coaching staff, one of them being the offensive coordinator role.
Donnel Pumphrey shook loose, and San Diego State picked off Greg Ward Jr. four times to waltz to victory in the Las Vegas Bowl.