We're inching closer and closer to this year's NFL draft, and things are getting more and more interesting now that the NFL combine has come and gone. The battle for that No. 1 pick will continue in the coming months, and ESPN NFL draft guru Todd McShay has already made a change at the top of his mock draft.
about 1 day ago | Edward Aschoff | Texas A&M Aggies
Here we are at the end of another week, but thankfully a small taste of football is temporarily returning. Let's take a look around the SEC as some schools have already opened spring practice and some are preparing for their first workout.
The debate on whether or not college football needs a restrictor plate has been shelved. For now, anyway. To most of the coaches who want to play fast and want to play without huddling and want to keep the defense from substituting, Alabama's Nick Saban is the face of the movement to slow things down.
about 1 day ago | Chris Low | Alabama Crimson Tide
Schedule: The Tigers open spring practice on Saturday. They will conclude with the spring game on April 5 at Tiger Stadium. What's new: Former Auburn and Virginia Tech assistant Jeff Grimes joined the staff in January, replacing Greg Studrawa as offensive line coach.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Jake Matthews bypassed his first opportunity to enter the NFL draft for two reasons. One was to move over to left tackle after spending the previous three years as a right tackle and show NFL personnel he was versatile enough to handle both.
about 2 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies
COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Scouts and player personnel people from across the NFL will descend on Aggieland today when Texas A&M hosts its annual pro day at 9:30 a.m., one of two pro days on deck for the Aggies this month.
about 3 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies
Spring football practice in the SEC begins in earnest over the next two weeks, and there's a bit of a "Twilight Zone"-feel in the air. For the first time since 2006, nobody in the SEC enters the spring as the reigning national champions.
With so much quarterback talent leaving the SEC after the 2013 season, it seems nearly impossible for the league's offenses to maintain their production from a year ago. There is simply too much to replace at the game's most important position to predict that SEC offenses won't experience at least a temporary efficiency gap.
about 11 days ago | David Ching | Texas A&M Aggies
Forty-yard dash times and bench-press figures. Measuring height and weight down to the seventh of an inch. It's the annual meat-market bonanza known as the NFL combine and it came to you fast and furious throughout the weekend.
about 12 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Texas A&M Aggies