Mark Richt is not blowing smoke when he addresses the difficulty in building a recruiting fence around Georgia's borders. Football coaches across the country recognize the wealth of talent that exists in the Peach State, and they frequently make Georgia a key area in their recruiting game plans.
about 12 days ago | David Ching | NCF On The Trail
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The recruiting classes have all been spectacular since Nick Saban took over at Alabama in 2007. Simply put, there hasn't been a better program in college football at gathering, signing and developing blue-chip recruits over the past decade or so.
about 486 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Alabama Crimson Tide
The SEC's successes reach far beyond the college football landscape. Sure, the seven consecutive BCS titles -- which came to an end this year thanks to a pretty darn good Florida State team -- are well-documented, but most of the studs in this league eventually make it to the big leagues, where they continue to strut their stuff.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Texas A&M shocked the college football world when it went into Tuscaloosa, Ala., and upset the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide last November. It was a game for the ages, with the Aggies jumping out to a 20-0 lead, Alabama charging back to make it close and a nailbiter finish that included a turnover near the goal line.
about 657 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies
Editor's note: This week, GeauxTigerNation and TideNation will examine all aspects of the LSU-Alabama rivalry during the Nick Saban-Les Miles era. Today's stories focus on the past and future of the schools' recruiting battles.
about 713 days ago | Gary Laney and Greg Ostendorf | LSU Tigers
GEISMAR, La. -- Behind the football offices and locker rooms at Dutchtown High School in Baton Rouge's southeast suburbs sits a series of trailers, temporary classrooms that prove the barely 11-year-old school already is overcrowded.