From heated rivalries to live mascots to the electric entrances, college football is unlike any other sport. Our writers provide their favorite quirks that make the game so remarkable.
The Fighting Irish remain committed to staying independent, and they have the resources and brand name to thrive that way. But if Texas and Oklahoma to the SEC is only the first domino of a reshaping in college football, could that change?
Oklahoma remains QBU, but who makes the Sooners' Mount Rushmore of signal callers? And which schools produce the best at the other positions? ESPN Stats & Info crunches the numbers to let us know.
There's a lot to be determined as Texas and Oklahoma take the first steps toward leaving the Big 12. Our reporters break down what we know and what questions remain.
What's next for the Big 12? Is the SEC the first new-age superconference? And what about Notre Dame? Bill Connelly analyzes what could come next in college football's latest round of potential realignment.
The future of the sport may be unknown, but with the first college football games just a month away, we rank the stability of each college football program for the 2021 season based on coaching, roster and on-field performance.
ESPN College Football Reporter Heather Dinich joins the show to talk about CFP expansion and conference realignment. We also speak to Pete Sampson from "The Athletic" who gives us his thoughts on where Notre Dame stands with all the conference realignment talk. Plus Wes and Roddy give us their preseason ALL-ACC Defensive team and we hear from FSU QB McKenzie Milton who spoke to us from the ACC Football Kickoff.
Texas A&M and TCU improved their recruiting profiles when it came to changing conferences, while Nebraska continued to fall.
How college football's massive realignment shift in 2011 set the stage for Big East football to go under.
Penn State, Alabama and Oklahoma were among the teams to rise up the recruiting class rankings, while Georgia, FSU, Texas A&M and USC all fell.
The Army West Point Athletic Association launched a $95 million campaign Thursday to fund reconstruction of the east stands at Michie Stadium.
Linebacker Jaylen Sneed, ranked No. 97 according to ESPN, committed to Notre Dame on Monday, giving the Irish 10 ESPN 300 commitments overall in its 2022 recruiting class, second only to Ohio State with 11.
Playoff expansion may be coming, but not for at least a couple of years. So for now, it remains an exclusive four-team club. Which teams are best positioned to grab those slots?
College football is less than two months away and our writers have you covered from best games to breakout stars and more.
BYU has instituted a policy that states that athletes seeking to profit off of their name, image and likeness still must follow the university's honor code when procuring deals.
As FSU pushes atop the ACC and LSU and Georgia battle for the top of the SEC, Notre Dame is pushing Ohio State for the No. 1 overall class.
How many "Ifs" stand between the country's best college football teams and the national title? Bill Connelly breaks down the roadblocks on the way to a championship.
Several 2021 top picks have already impressed their new teammates. Here is what our NFL Nation reporters have seen during offseason workouts.
Former Notre Dame player Rod West will replace Ray Odierno on the College Football Playoff selection committee.
Randy Moss was an easy call at No. 1, but it got trickier from there. From Steve Largent to Michael Irvin to DeVonta Smith, here are the top wide receivers over the past half-century of college football.
Bill Connelly crunches the numbers using SP+ to figure out the most likely scenarios for how a 12-team playoff would have played out since 2014.
With future rankings on quarterbacks, offenses and defenses in, it's time to look at the big picture. Which college football teams are set up best for success over the next three seasons?