Is there a Trevor Lawrence in this year's true freshman class? OK, probably not. But here are the first-year players who will stand out in 2019.
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- Dabo: QB Bryant wasn't on team, won't get ring
- Mizzou coach fine with DE's handling since arrest
- Mizzou DE Williams pleads guilty to misdemeanor
- Bryant: Never considered transfer from Mizzou
They call it talkin' season for a reason. As the on-field action returns, here's the best of the off-field drama from the past six months.
Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant won't get a championship ring because he left the team midseason. "You've gotta be on the team to get a ring," Dabo Swinney told ESPN.
After pleading guilty to reduced charges in July, Missouri defensive end Tre Williams was reinstated by the Tigers earlier this week. He allegedly hit his girlfriend several times and choked her during an argument.
The former Clemson QB has bonded with his new offensive coordinator, who knows something about second chances.
Which teams are flying under the radar heading into the season? We look at 12 teams (and a bonus squad) that could beat the odds and make an unexpected playoff run.
Missouri defensive end Tre Williams pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor and was sentenced to two years of unsupervised probation after prosecutors dropped a felony domestic assault charge.
Quarterback Kelly Bryant said that despite a postseason ban imposed by the NCAA soon after his arrival at Missouri, he never considered transferring.
Can Georgia get past Alabama? Is Florida ready to challenge the Dawgs? And what did South Carolina do to deserve that schedule? We dig into these questions and more in our SEC East team previews.
Which programs have gained and which ones have been hurt by the numerous offseason transfers? We look at the impact of all those moves.
Gary Pinkel said he is again receiving treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma, the same disease that forced him to retire in 2015.
The Broncos engineered a trade with the Bengals on Friday to move up and select Missouri quarterback Drew Lock with the 10th pick of the second round.
Mel Kiper Jr. Football analyst
Denver trades up to get quarterback Drew Lock at No. 42. I love the pick. Lock has the best arm in the class, though he has inconsistent accuracy. And Joe Flacco is on notice for the second straight year.
Mel Kiper Jr. Football analyst
The most interesting storyline heading into Day 2: Where will Missouri quarterback Drew Lock land? That will have an impact on any potential Josh Rosen trade, too. Denver (No. 41) is a team to watch. Cincinnati (42) and Miami (48) also have a need at quarterback. What about a team like Green Bay (44) or Carolina (47)? And then there's Oakland (35), which might get the first shot at him.
Elite edge rushers. Interior game-wreckers. Playmaking wide receivers. These are Matt Bowen's top SEC prospects in the Class of 2019.
The battle-tested quarterback with the rocket arm and a deep conscience is more than ready to handle the adversity of a rebuilding NFL team.
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