Notre Dame receiver Jordan Johnson announced Tuesday he is transferring to UCF.
Who could go in Round 1 next April? Which quarterbacks are preliminary first-round candidates? Todd McShay offers his way-too-early 2022 NFL mock draft.
- Notre Dame receiver Johnson transferring to UCF
- Saints add to post-Brees QB mix, draft ND's Book
- Indiana, Notre Dame book future 2-game series
- Ex-Irish DT Nix found dead after reported missing
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.
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Notre Dame LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah had a heart issue that came up late in the draft process and was a concern for most teams, which is why he fell out of the first round and to the second round and pick No. 52 with Cleveland, per sources. Doctors ultimately cleared Owusu-Koramoah but it did contribute to him going later than expected.
The Saints added another potential successor to Drew Brees by drafting Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book with the 133rd overall pick in Round 4 on Saturday.
Landing spots for QBs? Round 1 trades? Fits for the best receivers, corners and edge rushers? Todd McShay projects how the first 32 picks of the NFL draft will play out.
From third-round quarterbacks like Russell Wilson and Joe Montana to tight ends Travis Kelce and George Kittle, here's a look at the best draft sleeper (third round or later) for each team in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
With the NFL draft just days away, here's a look at the top 2022 prospects from each school in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
Bill O'Brien, now at Alabama, is one of several new college football coaches who will impact the recruiting world immensely.
Could a Super League along the lines of European soccer work in college football? Who's in? Who's not? What's the criteria? Our roundtable weighs the options.
The Indiana Hoosiers and Notre Dame Fighting Irish have booked a home-and-home series in football for 2030 and 2031, the first time the in-state teams will meet since 1991.
The NCAA has approved a one-time waiver that will allow transfers to have immediate eligibility. Who are the most important players to switch teams this offseason?
Ohio State finished the 2021 recruiting cycle with the No. 2-ranked class, and the Buckeyes open the 2022 cycle at No. 1.
Alabama is favored to win it all and repeat as national champions, but Oklahoma is among the teams that could end the Crimson Tide's reign.
There was little debate about the top four teams, and the playoff matchups are intriguing, but an eight-team playoff would double the fun and drama.
The recruiting dead period is still in place, but college football coaches have begun shifting their efforts from the 2021 class to the 2022 cycle.