From the origins of Appalachian State mascot Yosef to Florida's coach getting arrested in Cuba during the 1912 Bacardi Bowl, these are just a few of the hard-to-believe stories for college football's top teams.
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- Rare trade with Eagles nets Cowboys new center
- Colts trade up, add Wisconsin's Taylor to RB mix
- Sources: Linebacker Baun has diluted sample
- Ex-Packers WR coach Whitted goes to Wisconsin
A lot of talent is returning next college football season, but who stands out from the group? Here are the best returning players, according to PFF.
Michael Thomas, J.J. Watt and Baker Mayfield are among former under-the-radar recruits who became stars in college and in the NFL.
Clemson, Ohio State and Alabama top our list, but what other teams are poised for upcoming success?
Mayfield vs. Mahomes. Drew Brees' 83-pass game at Purdue. West Virginia hanging 70 on Clemson. From BYU-SMU in 1980 to LSU-Alabama in 2019, these are the games that changed college football.
Our updated Football Power Index picks Clemson to reclaim the national championship, with Big Ten and SEC teams next in line.
Pro Football Focus rates the 10 best returning college football safeties (plus one sleeper), and TCU's Trevon Moehrig and Ar'Darius Washington lead the way.
Here's why Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma and 22 more teams will have the top offenses through the next three seasons.
The deal marks the first time the Cowboys and Eagles have made a draft-day trade since 2010, when the Cowboys moved up to take linebacker Sean Lee in the second round.
The Colts traded up three spots during Friday's second round to select Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor at No. 41, giving new quarterback Philip Rivers another threat out of the backfield.
Jordan Love and Brandon Aiyuk are among potential first-round NFL draft picks who couldn't crack the ESPN 300 recruiting rankings coming out of high school.
Although many talented, athletic off-ball linebackers are headed to the NFL, there's still a gifted crop returning to college football.
Linebacker Zack Baun, projected as a late first-round pick in the NFL draft by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr., tested positive for a diluted sample at the scouting combine, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.