Here are the best players at every position from this year's bowl season.
Alabama, Georgia and Texas are among the teams that have the most ESPN 300 recruiting talent on their rosters entering the 2021 season.
- Flood set to join Sarkisian at Texas, sources say
- Sarkisian on Texas to top: 'All gas, no brakes'
- Texas' Sarkisian adds 1st commit, No. 50 Winfield
- Alabama (+300) CFP title favorite for next season
Malachi Moore and Bijan Robinson were among the best true freshmen in college football this season.
Monday's College Football Playoff National Championship left no doubt as to who was No. 1. Here's the rest of our top 25 to close the season.
Texas is set to hire Alabama assistant Kyle Flood as its new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach under Steve Sarkisian, sources told ESPN, confirming a Horns 247 report.
Which players will emerge as stars for the nation's top teams next season? It's never too early to start speculating.
Steve Sarkisian wasn't preaching patience in his introductory news conference Tuesday, saying, "I don't think it's going to take us as long as many might think" for Texas to win championships.
Steve Sarkisian landed his first commitment as coach of the Longhorns on Tuesday when wide receiver Armani Winfield, the No. 50 overall recruit in the ESPN Jr. 300 for 2022, announced his pledge.
We present the best of college football bowl season, from the Myrtle Beach Bowl to the national championship.
The College Football Playoff crowned its next champion in Miami. Take a look at the rest of the CFP and bowl season.
Adam Rittenberg predicts the winners and final scores of every bowl game, including the College Football Playoff.
Alabama has been installed as a +300 favorite by Caesars Sportsbook to win next season's College Football National Championship. Clemson is next at +400, followed by Ohio State and Oklahoma at +750 each.
Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer of USC, Clemson running back C.J. Spiller and Eastern Illinois star Tony Romo headline the 2021 College Football Hall of Fame class announced Monday.
From Kirby Smart to Steve Sarkisian, Nick Saban is used to having coordinators pull double duty heading into title games. How does it affect the team, and how challenging is it?
Which teams aced their selections, and which made more questionable picks? We break it down.
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing whether we’ll see Jaylen Waddle in the National Championship game, Justin Fields attacking the middle of the field against Clemson, the Tigers’ flaws, why the Buckeyes should emulate Arkansas’ defensive game plan against Alabama, Trey Sermon opening up Ohio State’s offense, what will decide the title and Pollack’s thoughts on Texas hiring Steve Sarkisian.
Who has the best shot at bringing home the Heisman next season? Here's an early breakdown of the players you'll likely hear a lot of come fall.
Bomani Jones resurrects his annual NFL coaching carousel conversation as it relates to the “Rooney Rule”, including Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy’s candidacy for the most attractive jobs on the market (0:55). He also shares his reactions to Texas replacing HC Tom Herman with Steve Sarkisian (22:31) and whether or not Warriors G Stephen Curry’s 63-point game against the Trailblazers means he owes him an apology (30:57). Plus, an IYHH with dancing robots (44:05) and your voicemails from when you “mailed it in” on the job (52:48). IYHH Stories @heybellman says in NYC, waiting for a COVID-19 test is a business opportunity: http://n.pr/3pQdAX5 @hiltzikm warns that Wall Street can bet on the price of water now, watch out: http://lat.ms/2Xdq3Yz @BostonDynamics robots are at it again: https://bit.ly/3baQK8p The Right Time Recommends... "White Flight: Atlanta and the Making of Modern Conservatism" by Kevin Kruse
Billy Liucci of TexAgs.com joins Paul to talk about the parity of the in-state rivalry between the Aggies and the Longhorns and how they seem to be moving in different directions. Paul also hears from callers about a variety of storylines surrounding College Football.
Texas shipped out Tom Herman and hired Steve Sarkisian. Does this move bring Texas "back."
Cedric Golden, Austen American Statesman, joins the show to talk about the state of University of Texas football in the hands of Steve Sarkisian. Callers joins to talk about other storylines surrounding other Universities in the College Football landscape.
Bill Bender of "The Sporting News" joins Paul to talk about major College Football storylines. Callers weigh in on multiple subjects surrounding the sport as well like the National Championship & Steve Sarkisian going to Texas.
The CFB Pod: Herbie and Negandhi recap the College Football Playoff semifinals and look ahead to the National Championship
Herbie and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing how Herbie’s feeling after being diagnosed with COVID-19, calling Ohio State-Clemson from home, Ohio State mixing up its offensive tempo, what went wrong for Clemson, where playoff win will be remembered in Buckeye lore, Alabama’s dominant win over Notre Dame, Herbie’s initial read on the national championship game, and Texas firing Tom Herman and hiring Steve Sarkisian.
The Bills looked scary yesterday. We get some breaking news that the Jags are officially moving on from Doug Marrone...could Ryan Day or Urban Meyer be next in line for the Jacksonville job? Jim Mora joins to talk about college coaches transitioning to the NFL. Louis Riddick joins to talk about the Ravens/Titans Wild Card game and what happened with Wentz & Pederson in Philly.