2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- ACC sets 11-game slate, includes Notre Dame
- Clemson adds another ESPN 300 OL to '21 class
- Clemson adds No. 31 Page in another boost to DL
- Clemson AD: No active virus cases in athletics
Leonard Fournette and Trevor Lawrence were Nos. 1 and 2 in their respective recruiting classes, but they weren't the best prospects to hold those rankings.
The SEC has joined the Big Ten and Pac-12 in moving to a conference-only schedule, which means some historic rivalry games against the ACC won't be played. What else does the league's decision mean?
Tommy Brockermeyer's commitment to Alabama shook up the college football recruiting class rankings. What other recruits made a similar impact?
All ACC schools and Notre Dame will play 10 conference games plus one nonconference game of their choosing.
Guard Dietrick Pennington announced his commitment to Clemson on Wednesday, giving the Tigers their third ESPN 300 offensive lineman.
The end of July was pegged as a target for making college football scheduling decisions, but don't be surprised if the remaining Power 5 conferences wait longer to announce their plans.
Clemson bolstered an already elite defensive line on Tuesday by landing a commitment from ESPN 300 defensive tackle Payton Page, who chose the Tigers over North Carolina and Tennessee.
Mark & Wes are joined by a full lineup of guests in this second hour of today's Clemson takeover.
Mark & Wes discuss all about Clemson on this Clemson takeover and head coach, Brad Brownell, joins to talk about what changes they have made in order to prepare for the upcoming season.
Clemson athletics director Dan Radakovich told the school's board of trustees Friday that the athletics department now has no active coronavirus cases and no staff or student-athletes remain in quarantine.
The CFB Pod: Tom Herman on swapping pandemic notes with other coaches, his players pushing for change, Sam Elingher
Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast by getting into David’s idea of the FCS playing permanently in the spring. Then, Texas head coach Tom Herman drops by to discuss going to college with Dave Aranda, swapping notes with coaches all over the country during the pandemic, his optimism level that games will be played in the fall, his players pushing for change on campus and Sam Elingher’s return giving the team a quiet confidence (7:34). Later, Heather Dinich hops on to talk about the what Notre Dame might do for scheduling games with teams playing conference-only schedules, the upcoming NCAA Board of Governors meeting and the “in case of emergency break glass” scenario for the college football (32:57).
Joe Lunardi gives us some VERY early March Madness predictions. Plus we answer the biggest questions for Duke & BC football, and we visit with ACC Network's Roddy Jones who gives us his biggest concerns for the top teams in the ACC this coming football season.
The guys visit with Florida State head Football Coach Mike Norvell who talks about the balance of player development during the covid-19 pandemic. Plus we look at the biggest question marks facing both Clemson & Virginia football teams & get a visit from Virginia Tech Golf Coach Brian Sharp.
What you missed this weekend: Clemson QB's engagement, a celebrating Kingslayer and Lamar Jackson's wisdom teeth
Congratulations all around. Trevor Lawrence is getting married. Thanasis Antetokounmpo has a birthday. Leeds United gets promoted. It was a big weekend.
Simmons, the No. 8 overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft, was a two-time high school state champion in the long jump and had potential for more.
The Class of 2015 had 20 five-star prospects, including Kyler Murray and Derwin James, but it comes down to quality over quantity.
Mark & Wes discuss the Power 5 commissioners being concerned about and what they think is Clemson's best season
You can argue they're the two most important people on the field. So who are the top QB-coach duos in college football?
Some of the top college football recruits from 2019 will have expanded roles in 2020 that could allow them to break out.
From Mississippi State to Texas A&M to Clemson, current and former athletes are more involved with campus causes -- and their activism has helped fight racial inequality.
As players across the country continue to test positive for the coronavirus, can college football really expect a return to normal for the 2020 season?