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Fact or Fiction with National Signing Day's Biggest Remaining Questions

With national signing day just weeks away, there are some burning questions that remain on the recruiting trail. Where will the Florida Gators finish? Will Chris Clark sign with Michigan? Bleacher Report College Football Analysts Michael...Show More Summary

If the NFL Came Calling, Could Urban Meyer Be Successful at Next Level?

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The question seemed out of place, as if the reporter knew something the rest of the room didn't. The noncommittal nature of Urban Meyer's answer only lent credence to that theory. Meyer was no fewer than 10 hours removed...Show More Summary

Roquan Smith Finalizes Visit Plans: Who Has the Edge in Race to Land 4-Star OLB?

The nationwide recruitment of 4-star linebacker Roquan Smith has come into focus this week as he plans his final stretch toward national signing day. Smith shared a list of three finalists—Michigan, Georgia and UCLA—Tuesday with Steve Lorenz of 247Sports. Show More Summary

Potential Replacements for All of Alabama's Coaching Vacancies

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — While Nick Saban and his assistant coaches are out on the road, trying to persuade the country’s top prospects to join his Crimson Tide, Saban will also be trying to do some persuading of a different set of people. With...Show More Summary

Brandon Allen Is the Perfect QB to Deal with Lofty Arkansas Expectations

Three years ago, Arkansas was the toast of the SEC. Former head coach Bobby Petrino was the toast of the SEC, the program had established itself as a contender in the SEC West and was being mentioned in the national title discussionShow More Summary

Texas A&M Football: Who Will Replace Aggies' Top 2015 NFL Draft Prospects

The Texas A&M Aggies have a number of seniors and one junior who should be selected in the 2015 NFL draft. The team is going to have a hard time replacing some of the talent that is leaving to play on Sundays. The range of draft prospects...Show More Summary

Top Candidates for Tennessee's Next Offensive Coordinator

According to Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman, Tennessee's offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian is leaving the Volunteers coaching staff, creating a vacancy. Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Barrett Sallee breaks down the possible candidates...Show More Summary

Why Kyler Murray Should Flip from Texas A&M to Texas

Let’s be clear: Kyler Murray is a Texas A&M commit. A strong Texas A&M commit. The chances of the 5-star quarterback signing with another college football program are slim. But Wednesday's random visit to Texas—an unofficial visit at that—cannot be avoided. Show More Summary

Trae Elston, Damore'ea Stringfellow Arrested: Latest Details, Updates and More

Ole Miss football players Trae Elston and Damore'ea Stringfellow were reportedly arrested early Thursday on charges of disorderly conduct. Elston also faces a resisting arrest charge. Hugh Kellenberger of The Clarion-Ledger reports that further details surrounding the incident that led to the arrests are not yet publicly available. Show More Summary

Torrance Gibson vs. Brian Cole: Did OSU or Michigan Get the Better Athlete?

The Ohio State vs. Michigan rivalry extends beyond the field onto the recruiting trail. The Buckeyes landed 4-star dual-threat quarterback Torrance Gibson, while the Wolverines landed 4-star athlete Brian Cole, per 247Sports' composite rankings. Show More Summary

5 College Teams That Will Have the Most Players Taken in the 2015 NFL Draft

Do you like mock drafts? Good, because you're going to see around 10,000 of them (give or take) over the next few months. Be prepared for those mock drafts to change, perhaps significantly in spots, as individual stocks rise and fall. Still, there should be a handful of schools that will have several players taken—perhaps in the double digits. Show More Summary

Is 5-Star OLB Osa Masina a Lock to Commit to USC on Friday?

Lauded Utah linebacker Osa Masina will announce his collegiate intentions Friday, Jan. 23, and USC seems to be situated in a strong position among top contenders. The Trojans, who hosted Masina in late November for the last of his three official visits, are considered the favorite among national recruiting experts. Show More Summary

New Arkansas OC Dan Enos Will Provide Much-Needed Spark to Hogs Offense

Arkansas had been without an offensive coordinator ever since Jim Chaney decided to take the same position on Pitt's staff, and his replacement came out of left field. Actually, it wasn't even left field. It was from outside of the ballpark. Central...Show More Summary

These Monster Linemen Recruits Are Ready to Dominate College Football in 2015

The 2015 class is full of absolute monsters who are ready to bring their talents to the college circuit. These are the recruits who are ready to make an immediate impact. Bleacher Report College Football Analysts Michael Felder, Barrett...Show More Summary

Ranking Every Big Ten Football Team by Best Returning Players

Ten players return next season from the All-Big Ten media first team. Nine players return from the coaches' first team, and 17 players return from either of the second teams. But how are those star players distributed? The Big Ten is notoriously imbalanced, a chasm existing between Ohio State and everybody else. Show More Summary

Watch Most Dangerous 2015 Recruit Christian Kirk Score from 6 Positions

Christian Kirk is a 5-star wide receiver, as per the 247 Sports composite rankings, and he is one of the most versatile and dangerous players in the 2015 recruiting class. Watch this mixtape of Kirk scoring from six different positions on the field, showing off his incredible athletic prowess that will surely be an asset next season at Texas A&M. Show More Summary

Perception, Reality and the Role of College Football Recruiting Hostesses

For college football recruiting hostesses, the difference between perception and reality is nearly as big as the difference between a 5-star blue-chip prospect and an uninvited walk-on. There is an unfortunate stigma that comes with the job. Show More Summary

Georgia Football: 5 Things That Must Change for the Bulldogs to Improve in 2015

The Georgia Bulldogs finished the 2014 season strong with a win over Louisville in the Belk Bowl. They ended the year with a 10-3 record and a Top 10 finish in both polls. That looks good on paper, but the Bulldogs know they could have accomplished more if they did not come out flat against the South Carolina Gamecocks and Florida Gators. Show More Summary

Senior Bowl 2015: Rosters, Top Prospects for College All-Star Game

The 2015 Senior Bowl game doesn't take place until Saturday, but the most valuable action takes place in the many practices leading up, as NFL scouts get an up-close look at every single prospect. What these players do during Saturday's...Show More Summary

Former College Football Coach and NFL Player Ray Nagel Dies at Age 87

Ray Nagel, who served as the head football coach at Iowa and Utah in addition to athletic director stints at Washington State and Hawaii, died last Thursday. He was 87. His daughter, Nancy, confirmed Nagel's death to The Associated Press. Show More Summary

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