Finally, live football is back in our lives. Good riddance, offseason. Jerry Kill believes Minnesota is on track and has a better team heading into his third season. Sid Hartman writes that the Gophers are likely to start the season on a winning streak that could stretch into October.
about 198 days ago | Austin Ward | Penn State Nittany Lions
BATON ROUGE, La. -- GTN writer Gary Laney takes your questions: From Steve-O (Lake Charles, La.): It's not fair that LSU has to play Florida every year (as a permanent cross-division opponent) while Alabama gets to play Tennessee, which seems to get further from its glory days every year.
KATY, Texas -- When Rodney Anderson got called up to Katy High School's varsity squad for the Tigers' 2011 season opener, he was unsure what to expect. Then a 160-pound freshman, the 2015 running back was elevated as a receiver to help in an area in which the Katy coaches felt they needed a boost in depth.
about 310 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Oklahoma Sooners
SHENANDOAH, Texas -- Katy (Texas) High School running back Rodney Anderson isn't your typical sophomore. An injury to a teammate opened up an opportunity for him to start at running back as a freshman for Katy, a perennial powerhouse.
about 383 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | On The Trail: Midlands Region
If conference realignment is going to drastically change how many top recruits leave the state of Texas, it hasn't happened yet. Of the state's top 50 prospects for the 2013 class, 21 are currently committed to out-of-state programs.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- The future of the running back position seemed to be figured out for LSU. All five backs in the Tigers' 2012 stable were underclassmen. Freshman Jeremy Hill led the group with 755 rushing yards, meaning none of the three juniors had done enough to warrant leaving early for the NFL.
The Texas high school football season officially came to an end on Saturday. That day proved to be a big one for 2014 quarterback commit Jerrod Heard, but he's not the only future Longhorn who thrived in 2012.
ARLINGTON, Texas - Four-star running back Adam Taylor (Katy, Texas/Katy), fresh off a 30-rush, 277-yard, five-touchdown performance in Saturday's Texas Class 5A Division II championship, described how he felt with one word.
about 447 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail