Edward Aschoff and Mark Schlabach analyze Tennessee's season opener against NC State in an important game for Vols coach Derek Dooley.
After three straight 11-win seasons, the Gamecocks merely eked out a winning record last year thanks to their bowl win over Miami. Steve Spurrier insists he is re-energized, but the Head Ball Coach has his work cut out if he’s going to get South Carolina back to double-digit victories.
The Volunteers return 18 starters from the program’s first winning season since 2009, and Butch Jones is coming off back-to-back top-five recruiting classes.
With eight starters back on offense, including a core of explosive receivers, scoring once again shouldn’t be a problem for Kevin Sumlin’s Aggies.
Derek Mason fired his offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, wide receivers coach—even his strength coach. Now, after 2014’s 3–9 collapse, he says he’ll turn the program around because “it has my name on it.
The Rebels currently have 18 former players in the NFL, and between them they make an average salary of $4.1 million per year.
LSU fans who paid attention to the personnel on the Tigers' special teams units will already know today's sleeper.
After its third-down conversion rate took a serious dip in 2014, LSU should be better with a year of experience under its belt.
The linebacker who chose UCLA on signing day and then flipped to Georgia has potential to make an impact from the jump.
Mississippi State's Dan Mullen has made a habit of turning potential sleepers into stars. Can he do it again in 2015?
College football players are used to living in dorm rooms that are more like apartments. They're not used to life in a country like Haiti.
Missouri was dealt another blow on the defensive line Wednesday when it announced that Marcus Loud had been dismissed from the team.
Class rankings: May 20 update sees Georgia, USC rise and Stanford debut.
What's the one song you don't expect to hear at a Tennessee football practice? "Sweet Home Alabama."
The 2014 football season is old news, but that doesn't mean a few things that happened last season won't have ramifications for the 2015 season.We take a look at five such moments in the SEC:1.
Missouri Tigers lost its two pass-rushing stars from last season -- Shane Ray and Markus Golden -- but the Tigers’ production doesn’t seem likely to fall off substantially.