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Clemson Football: 2014 Backups Set to Explode in 2015

The Clemson Tigers, coming off a 10-win season, have their sights set on 2015. Much like every team in college football, they will need a new crop of players to step up and perform. Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Michael Felder...Show More Summary

USF announces QB Mike White to tranfer

USF announced Tuesday that junior quarterback Mike White will transfer. White started 10 games last season for the Bulls and was one of three quarterbacks to compete for the starting job in 2015.

4-Star Josh Imatorbhebhe Says Georgia Offer 'Adds New Dimension' to Recruitment

Josh Imatorbhebhe earned his first scholarship offer last January, watching that list expand to include more than 20 teams during the past 14 months. Despite holding an array of collegiate opportunities from across the country, one offer frustratingly eluded him throughout the recruiting process. Show More Summary

Who Are the Fast-Rising Recruits of the 2016 Class?

The 2016 recruiting cycle is in full swing, with several regional events already in the books. With that, there are a crop of players that have been opening eyes and rising up the ranks. Bleacher Report's College Football Analyst Michael...Show More Summary

Raekwon Davis Remains Committed to Alabama, but Is 'Open to Being Recruited'

NEW ORLEANS — It didn't take long for Alabama defensive tackle commit Raekwon Davis to get noticed at The Opening New Orleans regional. As someone who measured at 6'7" and 314 pounds, Davis usually is the first one to get noticed—and...Show More Summary

Suddenly, Alabama Coach Nick Saban Is Making All the Wrong Calls

Monday wasn't the time for Nick Saban to defend himself or the good that his system of second chances has done. It was the time to express horror, genuine horror, for a woman who showed up at a police station with marks on her neck and alleged that one of Saban's players, Jonathan Taylor, had assaulted her. Show More Summary

College Football's 25 Most Overhyped Players, Coaches and Teams for 2015

The hype train takes on plenty of extra passengers during the offseason, to the point where New York City subways at rush hour are less cramped. The absence of real college football action leaves many longing for any semblance of connection to the game, however fleeting. Show More Summary

College Football Teams and Players Primed for Huge Bounce-Back Years

As the calendar flips from March to April, spring has officially sprung across the nation. With spring football in full swing on football-starved FBS campuses, hope springs eternal. This will be the year that quarterback gains consistency...Show More Summary

Ranking the 10 Best Defensive Players in College Football

It's interesting to note that Chuck Bednarik, the man who gave his name to the award for the best defensive player in college football, didn't have as much respect for the modern game. Bednarik wished players would still play offense...Show More Summary

Big 12 preview: 5 non-conference games to watch in 2015

As the Big 12 continues to work towards its first College Football Playoff spot, the league must continue to strengthen its non-conference schedule. Here are five non-conference games to keep an eye on this season.

Georgia Football: Week 2 Spring Practice Stock Report

Seven spring practices are in the books, and the Georgia Bulldogs are looking more and more ready for the 2015 season after each session. Last week was an important one for the Bulldogs, who were able to scrimmage for the first timeShow More Summary

UCLA Football: 3 Starters on the Hot Seat in 2015 Spring Practice

When looking at the start of spring camp on March 31, there are three returning starters on the UCLA football team who need to look over their shoulders. The proverbial hot seat is always an interesting entity. Spring ball opens the door for many inexperienced players to prove themselves. Show More Summary

Texas Football: Longhorns' Week 1 Practice Stock Report

There have already been plenty of surprises through Texas' first week of spring practice. Several young Longhorns are boosting their stock at key positions, but the defense still really needs somebody to step up. As expected, Texas' offensive attack has been the most obvious change from last season. Show More Summary

Virginia Tech Football: Week 1 Spring Practice Stock Report

BLACKSBURG, Va. — Spring practice kicked off last week for the Virginia Tech Hokies, and head coach Frank Beamer's 29th season in charge of his alma mater officially began. Optimism is plentiful in Blacksburg. The Hokies, coming offShow More Summary

Notre Dame Football: Week 2 Spring Practice Stock Report

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame football announced Monday the television arrangement for its annual spring game, a welcome reminder that football season is increasingly upon us. But before the Irish split for the 86th annual Blue-GoldShow More Summary

Nebraska Football: Who Needs to Come Through for Huskers in 2015?

Nebraska football fans have been paying lots of attention during spring practice to which players might make the leap and which might find themselves on the bench this fall. But a different, and perhaps more important, question to ask...Show More Summary

The Monster 2016 DB Recruit Jim McElwain and Florida Have to Land

Kristian Fulton, a 4-star cornerback according to 247Sports, is at the top of most head coaches' lists. He has outstanding hands and a knack for the ball. Florida Gators head coach Jim McElwain has an offer on the table for Fulton. Bleacher...Show More Summary

Tucson, Little Rock reportedly latest to join bowl mix

Tucson and Little Rock are reportedly the latest cities to debut new college football bowl games in 2015.

Urban Meyer's Blueprint for Recruiting Running Backs

COLUMBUS, Ohio — While it's been Ohio State's embarrassment of riches at quarterback that's attracted the the most attention since the end of last season, it was the Buckeyes' future at running back that grabbed the headlines over this...Show More Summary

Ohio State's College of Veterinary Medicine Paints Fire Hydrant Michigan Colors

For those Ohio State students who have a dog, this is the fire hydrant to go to when the dog has to go to the bathroom. Ohio State's College of Veterinary Medicine has painted this fire hydrant maize and blue and also included "That Team Up North's" logo. Why? Because the rivalry never sleeps. [Eleven Warriors] Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

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