Three Big Ten teams and three SEC teams -- including Alabama and Georgia -- are in the top 10 when it comes to cupcakes, but Oregon is No. 1.
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Tennessee has boosted its offensive line by adding Alabama graduate transfer Brandon Kennedy.
- Tennessee adds Bama grad transfer Kennedy
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- SEC relaxes intraleague grad transfer rules
- Saban tired of taking heat for blocking transfers
No. 1 is No. 1 for a reason, just ask Alabama, which landed another ESPN 300 prospect on Monday.
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NFL teams get great access to watching Alabama players all year, a practice that Nick Saban believes pays dividends to his program and beyond.
As long as Nick Saban is around, Alabama is an easy choice for the top spot. But Clemson, Ohio State and Georgia aren't far behind.
Nick Saban said Monday that he didn't run out of gas while boating with some of his Alabama players last week, but that the viral moment has brought some laughs.
On Friday, the SEC voted to allow graduates to transfer within the conference and play immediately.
Top teams such as Alabama, Ohio State and Clemson are still unclear as to who their quarterback will be in Week 1.
Alabama coach Nick Saban says he's just following SEC policy when he blocks transfers within the conference, and he wonders why he's taking all the heat. But Georgia coach Kirby Smart says he's in favor of lifting the restrictions.
With the Cavs and Warriors set for another battle, we started thinking again why three Bama-Clemson matchups could be just the beginning.
Alabama and USC will meet in the 2020 college football season opener at AT&T Stadium as part of the AdvoCare Classic.
Nick Saban has nabbed another elite defensive recruit, as DT Antonio Alfano, No. 100 in the ESPN 300, has pledged to the Crimson Tide.
Former Alabama offensive lineman Dallas Warmack is heading to Oregon as a graduate transfer, where he will reunite with first-year Ducks head coach Mario Cristobal.
Whether Alabama or UCF is your real national champ, we're all winners in their delightful display of only-in-college-football pettiness and trolling.
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said Thursday that he had planned to transfer if he didn't play in the College Football Playoff National Championship. Tagovailoa played the second half and led the Tide to the title in overtime.
Of the 17 national titles claimed by the Crimson Tide, "1 or 2" aren't "necessarily recognized by everybody," former UCF coach Scott Frost said.