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Pitt Football Coach Pat Narduzzi Tweets Video of Epic Team Tug-of-War Drill

Much has been made of how new Pitt football coach Pat Narduzzi has upped the social media and recruiting game for the Panthers. This latest gem should get all football fans quite hyped (considering they've been scraping combine results to get their fixes in the offseason). Show More Summary

Meet 'The Shark': 4-Star LB Jeffrey McCulloch Earning His Nickname, Big Offers

It all started as a joke. Jeffrey McCulloch and his Davis High School teammates and friends were watching videos of game film. McCulloch, a 4-star linebacker, made a jarring hit on an opposing player. And then another one. And another one. Show More Summary

Michigan Football: Top Candidates for Wolverines' Open Starting Jobs

Michigan has taken the plunge into spring, so finding replacements for six of its top departed starters is of the utmost importance. On Tuesday, first-year Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh gave a brief and fuzzy update on recent events....Show More Summary

4-Star Buckeye Commit: 'My Recruitment Is Still Open, but My Heart Is with OSU'

Bruce Judson, a 4-star dual-threat quarterback, per 247Sports, is committed to Ohio State. The talented athlete will be sure to bring his all-around game to the storied Buckeyes program. Watch as he shares his earliest football memories, his interactions with Urban Meyer and what he loves about the Ohio State campus. Read more College Football news on

Rapid-Fire Predictions for College Football's Biggest Spring Practice Storylines

As we inch closer toward the month of March, it's almost time for spring practices. There are a ton of storylines brewing as the Ohio State Buckeyes have a three-headed quarterback battle, the Oregon Ducks begin their search for Marcus...Show More Summary

Tennessee's Butch Jones on Vols Offseason Hype: 'We're Still a Work in Progress'

Tennessee coach Butch Jones presides over a Volunteers program that is a trendy pick to make a lot of noise throughout the college football landscape in 2015. They've now got the playmakers to do it. Already, the Vols' name is peppered...Show More Summary

Georgia Football: Mark Richt's Toughest Task This Spring

Evolved as college football may be, some things haven't changed. One of those pillars of continuity is the importance of the quarterback position. Put plainly: You still need a solid quarterback to be successful. Unfortunately for the...Show More Summary

Mississippi State HC Dan Mullen Latest to Benefit in Salary Arms Race

It wasn't a matter of "if," it was a matter of "when" Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen would receive a raise and contract extension. "When" came on Thursday, when the school announced that Mullen would receive $4.275 million over...Show More Summary

Are LSU's Recruiting Sanctions Indicative of a Bigger Problem in Baton Rouge?

It's never truly the offseason unless there's some kind of scandal, and LSU is now embroiled in a scandal. Well, a "mini-scandal," anyway. The school was banned from signing early enrollees to financial aid agreements for two years and...Show More Summary

Georgia Southern and Troy top our Sun Belt spring football preview

Georgia Southern won nine games in its first season in the Sun Belt. The Eagles search for another title is part of our spring football preview of the Sun Belt.

Michigan Football: Predictions for Spring Practice

Jim Harbaugh is known for brutal honesty, whether tweaking opposing coaches or his own players. Fans and media have diligently waited for Harbaugh to unload on rivals Ohio State and Michigan State or perhaps take a shot at former collegiate and NFL rival Pete Carroll for falling short of the Super Bowl. But Harbaugh has been remarkably restrained. Show More Summary

Ohio State Football: How Will the Buckeyes Replace Devin Smith?

By the end of the season, there wasn't a team in Ohio State's path that could contain Devin Smith. The 6'1", 199-pound wide receiver had served as the Buckeyes' lethal deep threat during his tenure in Columbus, but the blazing pass-catcher...Show More Summary

Why Proposed Freshman Ineligibility Rule Would Be Worse for Notre Dame

The Big Ten wants freshmen to stay on the sideline. Just months after the Big Ten won back a large bit of respect on the field with Ohio State's national championship, conference commissioner Jim Delany 's "year of readiness" proposal...Show More Summary

Dan Mullen, Mississippi State Agree on New Contract: Latest Details and Reaction

Mississippi State Bulldogs head football coach Dan Mullen was rewarded for a strong 2014 campaign with a new contract on Thursday. Bob Carskadon of initially reported the details on Mullen's new deal: University director...Show More Summary

Pete Carroll's Honorary USC Degree Is Excellent Tribute from School

USC decided to honor former head coach Pete Carroll with an honorary degree from the school. It's a well-earned honor for Carroll, who led the Trojans to one of their most successful periods in school history. The school announced the...Show More Summary

Pre-Spring Practice Record Predictions for Top 25 College Football Teams

For most of us, the freezing void of winter might as well have no end. But for college football teams, spring is in bloom. Stanford, Michigan and numerous other schools have already opened offseason camp, and the rest of the country will follow their lead by early March. Show More Summary

College Football's 10 Burning Offseason Recruiting Questions

A long road lies between now and next national signing day. It's an unpredictable path that could ultimately determine the success of prospects and college programs for years to come. Every recruiting cycle features unforeseen twists and turns, reshaping our expectations along the way. Show More Summary

8 Embarrassingly Soft 2015 College Football Schedules

The College Football Playoff selection committee made it clear last year that strength of schedule was an important factor in determining whether a team was worthy of one of those coveted semifinal bids. The same thing goes for non-power...Show More Summary

New LSU Recruiting Sanctions Won't Stop Les Miles from Bringing in Top Talent

Isolated incidents. A recruit will never admit it, but there are few times when an isolated incident gets in the way of what a recruit wants. And when it comes to what a recruit wants, LSU often times has everything. Put LSU's latest isolated incident in a category where it shouldn't affect how it does in recruiting the 2016 class. Show More Summary

High School Coaches Standing Up to the Giants of College Football

When big money and power meet grassroots, it isn't necessarily as one-sided a fight as you might think. During the college football recruiting season, we saw some coaches reneging on their promises to high school kids and others leaving...Show More Summary

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