2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- Miss. St.'s Costello sets passing mark as LSU falls
- BC, USF cancel practice to talk national issues
- Miss. governor zings Big 10, Pac-12 for no games
- Bama-UGA on Oct. 17 headlines SEC schedule
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discuss Mississippi State’s win over LSU in Mike Leach’s first game, the reality check for a post-championship LSU, Oklahoma’s collapses against Kansas State, Texas’ struggles against Texas Tech, the Kyle Trask-Kyle Pitts connection at Florida, Pollack’s take on Georgia and D’Eriq King continuing to looking scary.
How would you rank each team in the three Power 5 conferences that have already begun? Let's have a look.
A chaotic weekend shook up the national title race and left us struggling to understand what to think about some prominent teams. Plus, a growing list of incredible performances by transfer and/or breakout quarterbacks.
Everyone can join the AP Top 25 party now. Here's what the latest poll looks like now that Big Ten and Pac-12 teams are included, and what's next for each ranked squad.
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The top of college FPI's new rankings. Florida moved into top 10; LSU dropped out. Oklahoma already was outside of top 10 before this week. No team improved its rating more than Mississippi State -- now a +6.5 and ranked 35th. (Does not include Pac-12 yet)
The schedule says the 2020 college football season officially kicked off three weeks ago, but Saturday felt like the real start to the year.
Welcome back to the SEC Mike Leach. LSU lost for the first time since 2018. Mississippi State QB K.J. Costello set the league passing record in his first game. Things got wild in Baton Rouge.
Mississippi State quarterback K.J. Costello, in his first game with the Bulldogs, threw for 623 yards, an SEC record, on Saturday as Mississippi State upset No. 6 LSU.
K.J. Costello passed for an SEC record 623 yards and five touchdowns in the Mississippi State debut of coach Mike Leach's "Air Raid" offense, and the Bulldogs knocked off sixth-ranked and defending national champion LSU 44-34 on Saturday.
From breakout blue-chippers to quarterbacks trying to channel Joe Burrow, these are the 25 players who will define the run to the playoff.
Florida winning the national championship? It could happen ... or at least it did in one of our 20,000 daily simulations mapping out the SEC season.
The SEC is back! From Saban's scowls to Orgeron's 'Geaux Tigaaahs,' here's what we can't wait to watch
What will we get with the return of SEC football? Maybe an angry Nick Saban, secret depth charts and the soothing voice of Ed Orgeron. Plus, we preview key players and storylines elsewhere.
Defending champ LSU loses nearly everyone from last season's squad, while Alabama reloads and Texas A&M looks for a breakthrough in Jimbo Fisher's third season.