Thursday's release of the first 2016 ESPN 300 will feature plenty of fast-rising prospects.
Oklahoma, South Carolina among teams trending in the wrong direction before the 2015 season.
Day 2 of the Under Armour All-America game practices was overcast and rainy, but the dreary weather didn't stop it from being an exciting practice.
A look at the top college football stories around the nation, which will see some playoff chaos in the near future after a quiet week.
Ameer Abdullah ran for 229 yards in No. 24 Nebraska's 41-31 victory over Miami.
Our reporters will periodically offer their takes on important questions in college football. They'll have strong, though often differing, opinions. We'll let you decide who is right.
Nebraska and Miami met five times in bowl games from 1984 to 2002, with the winner staking claim to the national title four times. Here’s a look inside the series at three of the most memorable games from an era gone past in college football: 1984 Orange Bowl: Miami 31, Nebraska 30 December 1983 rated as one of the coldest months on record in Lincoln, Nebraska.
They were told they would never have a chance against Nebraska, the fiercest, most powerful team in America.Looking across the line, safety Kenny Calhoun and his Miami teammates saw big boys all right.
Some recruits get attention from all over the country. Whether it’s their prowess or proximity to multiple teams, top prospects will have schools from multiple conferences pursuing them.
Who really deserves to claim the title of “Linebacker U” for the 2000s?1. Ohio State (222 points)Move over Penn State. Ohio State is the new “Linebacker U” -- and the Buckeyes claimed the title in a blowout.
The bright lights and the big stage certainly didn't affect the focus of the defending champs, as No. 2 Alabama routed No. 8 Michigan 41-14 on Saturday inside Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
When Miami announced Sunday night that it would self-impose a bowl ban in response to an NCAA investigation, many soon turned their eyes to the Buckeyes of Ohio State.
First-year Miami coach Al Golden was a three-year (1989-91) letter-winner and two-year starter at tight end for Penn State. He earned his undergraduate degree in pre-law from Penn State in 1991, and is still emotionally connected to the university and the program.
They've reached halftime at Sun Life Stadium, as Ohio State is trying to claw out of a 14-0 hole.Miami leads 17-6 at the break.Ohio State-Miami: Despite a miserable start and a mostly anemic offense, Ohio State is still hanging around in this one.
Pat Forde and Heather Dinich break down Oklahoma-Florida State, Auburn-Clemson and Ohio State-Miami.