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Predictions for the College Careers of the 2016 5-Star Recruits

Being a 5-star college football prospect doesn't guarantee they will have a successful career, though that's the expectation at the outset. Recruiting services don't arbitrarily hand out such lofty ratings, instead they're the result...Show More Summary

No. 1 2017 Recruit Dylan Moses Reveals Top Schools, Hopes for Michigan Offer

Dylan Moses, the No. 1 recruit in the class of 2017, says he has a leader—the powerhouse program that just finished No. 1 in the 2015 season and No. 1 in the 2016 recruiting cycle. According to Derek Tyson of ESPN.com, Alabama is the...Show More Summary

Big Ten Football: Early Odds for Each Team to Make the 2016-17 Playoff

The 2015 college football season is in the books and national signing day has came and went, meaning it's officially time to start looking ahead toward the 2016 season. For the Big Ten, it should be unlike any other in recent memory,...Show More Summary

Notre Dame Football Recruiting: Looking Ahead to 2017 Class

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame football officially welcomed a steady if not spectacular Class of 2016 last week, and the wheels are already in motion for the Irish's 2017 class. Notre Dame’s Class of 2016 ranks 15th nationally and filled...Show More Summary

College Football's Most Important Offers of the Week

With the book now closed on the 2016 class, college football coaches across the nation have turned the page and are refocusing their recruiting efforts on the 2017 class. One school looking to build on a strong 2016 class is the Tennessee Volunteers. Show More Summary

Post National Signing Day College Football Playoff Predictions

Thanks to national signing day, rosters across college football are about as complete as they're going to be all year. Of course, incoming freshmen still have to qualify and arrive on campus in time to compete, but the number of players is as high as it's going to be. As such, the overall look and feel of a team changes a little bit. Show More Summary

Which Fallen College Football Blue Bloods Will Return to Glory in 2016?

College football has gone through a significant shift within the last few seasons, with new championship contenders moving past the game's traditional names. For every Baylor, Michigan State or Oregon that finds itself in the thick of a title race, there's a fallen powerhouse frustrated with its lack of high-level success. Show More Summary

B/R Recruiting Notebook: Latest News on Top 2017 Prospects

As we congratulate the members of the 2016 class for signing with their respective programs, we must be reminded that recruiting never stops. Class of 2017, you're up. Junior days and unofficial visits have kicked off for the next recruiting cycle. Show More Summary

Urban Meyer with Cam Newton Is College Football's Greatest 'What If?'

COLUMBUS, Ohio — As the door closes on an otherwise remarkable 2015 season with an ugly loss in Super Bowl 50, Cam Newton finds himself at a pivotal point in his professional career. Despite his team's 15-1 regular-season record andShow More Summary

Michigan Football Recruiting: Looking Ahead to 2017 Class

Following the final month of Michigan football recruiting for the 2016 cycle could get exhausting, so let's take a moment to relax before delving into the 2017 class. Ready? That's all you get. College football coaches are already sliding into those DMs, contacting prospects who will be eligible to sign on Feb. Show More Summary

The One Recruit Each Top 25 Class Wishes It Had Signed for 2016

On Wednesday, coaches across America welcomed their 2016 recruiting classes as prospects put pen to paper on national letters of intent. Invariably, coaches touted their classes as “filing all of their needs,” being “the guys we really...Show More Summary

Will Shea Patterson or Jacob Eason Have Better SEC Football Career?

"It probably isn't what it has been in years past. That's not to say that it's bad." Ole Miss head coach Huge Freeze served as "Captain Obvious" regarding the current state of SEC quarterback play on the SEC coaches teleconference on Nov. Show More Summary

Ohio State Football Recruiting: Looking Ahead to 2017 Class

Ohio State's 2017 recruiting class could be the best collection of talent Urban Meyer has ever assembled, and with the success Meyer has had on the recruiting trail during his career, that would be a historic accomplishment. His 2006...Show More Summary

Tennessee Football Recruiting: Looking Ahead to 2017 Class

Despite a rocky start to the the 2017 recruiting cycle on Rocky Top, it would be unwise to bet against Tennessee head coach Butch Jones building yet another stellar group. After all, only Alabama, Ohio State and Florida State have signed...Show More Summary

Early Power Ranking of Best Week 1 Games for 2016 College Football Season

If you're bummed about the end of college football season, especially after national signing day, remember there's a light at the end of the tunnel. It might be seven months away, but when Week 1 of next season arrives, it will feature the best slate of opening games in recent memory. Show More Summary

Ranking the 10 Longest-Tenured Coaches in College Football

2015 was a year of change in college football coaching circles. Twenty-eight FBS head coaching positions changed hands, with the final move coming just days before national signing day when Southern Miss’ Jeff Monken left for an assistant...Show More Summary

Every Power 5 College Football Team's Top 2016 Recruit

A college football team's recruiting class is judged by the sum of its parts, but there's no denying the player at the top tends to draw the most initial interest. These are the prospects each Power Five team wanted more than anyoneShow More Summary

Thomas Tyner Announces Medical Retirement: Latest Details and Reaction

Oregon Ducks running back Thomas Tyner is retiring from football, per Andrew Greif of the Oregonian. The 21-year-old missed the 2015 season after undergoing shoulder surgery in August and will finish his career with 1,284 rushing yards and 15 total touchdowns in 23 games at Oregon. Greif noted he was a former 5-star recruit. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

Pac-12 Teams Most Likely to Start True Freshmen in 2016

National signing day is over, and the elation over completing a school’s recruiting class is still echoing around campuses across the Pac-12. All told, it was a fairly impressive effort from several of the conference’s football programs. Show More Summary

SEC Teams Most Likely to Start True Freshmen in 2016

Anyone who wonders what kind of impact a freshman can have on a team only needs to look at the University of Alabama football program last season. While many would think the Crimson Tide might probably be the least likely team for aShow More Summary

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