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.
After last year's loss in the national title game, Ohio State returns as the clear favorite. But is Penn State ready to bounce back? And what about Michigan or Indiana?
- Pirates select two coveted college football recruits
- Ex-Penn St. prez Spanier has jail sentence upheld
- Cowboys pick Parsons at No. 12 after Philly trade
- Tennessee turns to Penn St.'s Banks as new DC
From rugby players to the College Football Hall of Fame, head college coaches around the country have experienced it all around the gridiron. We once again rank each college coach as a player from worst to best.
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.
We provide you with the schedule for each college football team's media day ahead of the 2021 season.
We are giving superlatives -- best hands, most physical -- for the college football freshmen making their debuts this season.
Perhaps looking to rebuild the franchise with toughness and two-sport athletes, the Pittsburgh Pirates selected two coveted college football recruits in this week's MLB draft, Lonnie White Jr. and Chandler Bubba.
We update you on the college football recruiting world, from the wild time after the dead period ended to the impact from NIL.
College football is less than two months away and our writers have you covered from best games to breakout stars and more.
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.
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?
Oklahoma and Rutgers moved up within the top 10, while schools like Oregon, Florida and Texas each fell down a slot.
Whether it's a college football recruit who backed up elite film or an underrated player who broke out, here are some prospects who stood out this spring.
Graham Spanier, the former Penn State president who was forced out as the school's top administrator when Jerry Sandusky was arrested a decade ago, will soon have to report to jail, after a judge on Wednesday upheld a sentence issued four years ago.
Who are the 50 best college football teams to not win a title? From 1983 Auburn to 2018 Alabama to 1947 Michigan, we break down the best seasons that did not result in a consensus championship.
Many college football prospects, including top linebacker Harold Perkins, who was displaced after Hurricane Katrina, are going to take advantage of visits when the recruiting dead period ends.
While offense seems to be the focus of most winning teams as of late, defense isn't an afterthought. Which teams look in the best shape over the course of the next three seasons?
While perennial title contenders Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State will have to replace quarterbacks this year, Oklahoma returns Spencer Rattler, helping the Sooners take the top spot in our updated offseason rankings.
The Cowboys missed out on their top two choices at cornerback in the NFL draft, but landed another top defensive prospect in linebacker Micah Parsons after a trade with the rival Eagles.
Live from Cleveland, we talk Aaron Rodgers breaking news on the day of the draft, We dissect potential landing spots for Aaron Rodgers as Adam Schefter breaks the news that he's disgruntled with Green Bay and talk draft