Wide receiver Makai Lemon, the No. 22 overall recruit in 2022 who had been committed to Oklahoma since August, announced he is heading to USC.
From Notre Dame and Oklahoma to Washington and Virginia Tech, it's already been a wild ride on the coaching carousel. Here's everything you need to know.
- WR Lemon third OU commit to join Riley at USC
- Ex-Sooners RB commit Brown joins Riley at USC
- Nelson, No. 2 QB in 2023, follows Riley to USC
- Riley says leaving OU was tough but 'right thing'
Like the carousel itself, the coaching grades are also coming in hot. See how all the latest hires stack up.
Lincoln Riley flipped another recruit from Oklahoma on Thursday, when ESPN 300 running back Raleek Brown committed to USC.
New USC Head Coach Lincoln Riley joins the guys to talk about taking the job with the Trojans...and the names of his dogs. Amani Toomer joins to talk Giants & Michigan's big win over Ohio State. Plus, we play Take It or Shake It.
Former LSU head coach Ed Orgeron joins the show to talk about leaving LSU, the challenges that you face coaching at LSU & USC, and triple cheeseburgers. Plus, Pro Football Hall of Famer & Heisman Trophy winner Tim Browns joins the guys to talk about Brian Kelly leaving Notre Dame, and who he wants to see as their next coach.
The sudden departures of Brian Kelly and Lincoln Riley opened up two more top-tier jobs and sent an already skyrocketing coaching carousel into the stratosphere.
Five-star quarterback Malachi Nelson, the No. 3 prospect in the class of 2023, has followed Lincoln Riley to USC, announcing his commitment to the Trojans in a Twitter post Tuesday.
Lincoln Riley made the right call, Georgia's defense will dominate, Heisman hype and other college football overreactions.
Lincoln Riley, introduced as USC's next coach on Monday, said said it was tough to leave OU but "at the same time, I knew this was the right thing."
Paul is joined by The Athletic's Jason Kersey, who covers the Oklahoma Sooners. Then, we go LIVE to Lincoln Riley's opening press conference at USC.
Paul is joined by ESPN CFB Analyst Greg McElroy for his weekly hit discussion all the drama in CFB. Then, SEC Network's Richard Johnson and Spencer Hall from Thinking Out Loud drop by.
Paul is joined by Pac-12 writer Jon Wilner to discuss Lincoln Riley taking the job at USC.
Paul is joined by Florida beat writer Pat Dooley to discuss Billy Napier taking the job at Florida. Also, discussion on Lincoln Riley's move to USC.
Matt Cassel stops by to talk about the impact Lincoln Riley will have at USC. Plus, why Aaron Rodgers is the leader in the clubhouse to win his 4th MVP and should the Giants go after Russell Wilson this offseason?
Oklahoma, USC, Florida and LSU are all dealing with coaching changes. How will those hires (and firings) impact the recruiting trail?
Oklahoma lost four commitments on Sunday following the news that Lincoln Riley had accepted the head-coaching job at USC, including five-star quarterback Malachi Nelson, the No. 3-ranked prospect in the class of 2023.
In a stunning move on Sunday, Lincoln Riley accepted the head-coaching position at USC. Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops will return as the Sooners' interim coach.
Lincoln Riley is reportedly on the way from Oklahoma to USC. It's a near-unprecedented move that will shake up the entire sport. Here's what it means.
— Brigham Young isn't used to having to rally from behind, yet the 13th-ranked Cougars were able to come back after blowing a 15-point lead in the second half against Southern California on Saturday night.
The USC Trojans, set to undergo a coaching change in the offseason, on Wednesday lost a commitment from ESPN 300 quarterback Devin Brown, the No. 99 ranked prospect in the 2022 class and the No. 4 pocket-passer overall.
Every FBS job offers advantages and drawbacks in categories such as location, on-field history, resources and administrative support. Here's how coaches and their agents evaluate current opportunities.