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Every College Football Playoff Contender's Secret Weapon in 2016

The term "playoff contender" gets thrown around a lot in college football, but in most cases, it's warranted. For most teams, this is usually based on the talent they have to work with. We're not just referring to the household names—those stars even the most casual fans are aware of. Show More Summary

Predicting College Football's Offensive, Defensive Juggernauts for 2016

Seemingly unstoppable units arise every year in college football, and the 2016 season will feature several dominant offenses and defenses. On the scoring side, a handful of teams will showcase versatile and explosive attacks that have no trouble putting up points. Show More Summary

Jamyest Williams Sets Decision Date: Odds on Where 4-Star Commits

The finish line in the recruitment of 4-star corner Jamyest Williams is set as he announced that he will make his commitment on Aug. 27. In July at The Opening, Williams announced a top five that included heavyweights Clemson, Georgia,...Show More Summary

Ohio State Football: First Impressions from 2016 Fall Camp

Ohio State's preparation for the 2016 season is officially underway, as head coach Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes kicked off fall camp on Sunday. And despite checking in at No. 5 in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll behind playoff contenders...Show More Summary

SEC Football: New Starters Who Will Dominate in 2016

From a touted freshman quarterback and a veteran signal-caller determined to make the most of his second opportunity to players emerging from the shadow of stars and another one poised to be a top-five pick in next year's draft, SECShow More Summary

College Football Countdown: No. 16 Ole Miss

Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team. Today at No. 16: Ole Miss Coach: Hugh...

Art Briles Comments on Firing from Baylor, Job Hunt and More

Former Baylor head coach Art Briles has been out of a job since being fired on May 26 as the school underwent investigations for its handling of rape allegations involving football players. On Tuesday, Briles finally broke his silence...Show More Summary

Every Top 25 College Football Team's Toughest Game in 2016

Ask any college football coach what his toughest game will be this season, and don't be surprised if every one of them gives some variation of the same answer: the next one. That's just coachspeak, an attempt to avoid minimizing theShow More Summary

College Football's Most Important Offers of the Week

One of the more impressive parts of Notre Dame’s 2017 class—which currently ranks No. 6 nationally—is the fact that the Irish hold commitments from prospects hailing from eight different states. Eight of the 17 Irish pledges hail from...Show More Summary

Former College Football Coach Bill Dooley Dies at Age 82

Former North Carolina, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest head football coach Bill Dooley died Tuesday at the age of 82. According to WRAL.com, Dooley's wife announced the news. A UNC spokesman later confirmed Dooley's death, per Andrew Carter...Show More Summary

College Football Championship Odds: Alabama, LSU, Clemson, Ohio State Atop List

Our long national nightmare is almost over, as the start of the college football season is only a few weeks away. So our thoughts now turn not only to the big games coming up on opening weekend, but also to the 2017 national championship...Show More Summary

Michigan Football: First Impressions from 2016 Fall Camp

Faux controversies and massive expectations surrounded Michigan throughout the summer months, but fall camp marks the return of actual football for the program. The Wolverines have four weeks of workouts before the regular-season opener on Saturday, September 3. Show More Summary

Schools to Watch After 4-Star Devodrick Johnson Decommitted from Texas A&M

The commitment lasted all of 25 days. Devodrick Johnson is an uncommitted target once again. A 4-star athlete from Kimball High School in Dallas, projected to play outside linebacker in college, Johnson announced on Monday that he was decommitting from Texas A&M. Show More Summary

10 College Football Players with Most to Prove in 2016

August is one of the most important months of the college football calendar. Only one FBS game will be played (California vs. Hawaii on Aug. 26), but depth charts will be set and trust will be earned by players trying to take advantage...Show More Summary

Big 12 Reportedly Urged by LGBT Advocacy Groups to Not Select BYU for Expansion

Big 12 expansion has been a notable topic of discussion during the college football offseason, but a coalition of national LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) advocacy groups reportedly wants the conference to avoid choosing...Show More Summary

JaCoby Stevens' Commitment Continues LSU's 5-Star DB Recruiting Streak

LSU continued its recent trend in luring top-flight defensive backs to Baton Rouge on Monday as the Tigers landed a pledge from 5-star safety JaCoby Stevens. His pledge marks the second time the 6’2”, 200-pounder has committed to head coach Les Miles. Show More Summary

Snoop Dogg's Son Cordell Broadus Leaves UCLA's Football Program

Cordell Broadus' career with the UCLA Bruins is over before it even began. Bruins head coach Jim Mora confirmed Monday that Broadus has left the program, per Bruin Report Online. Broadus, son of rapper Snoop Dogg, had taken a year away...Show More Summary

JaCoby Stevens to LSU: Tigers Land 5-Star Safety Prospect

LSU made a serious splash on the recruiting trail Monday when athlete JaCoby Stevens joined its 2017 class. Shea Dixon of 247Sports shared word of Stevens' decision from his announcement. The 6’2”, 200-pound Stevens played wide receiver and safety in high school and is a 4-star prospect, per 247Sports’ composite rankings. Show More Summary

Winners and Losers of 2016 College Football Offseason

The last official college football game was in early January and the 2016 season is still a few weeks away, but for all intents and purposes the offseason is over. Congratulations, you've made it. The lengthy offseason may seem interminably...Show More Summary

Arizona OL Zach Hemmila Dies at Age 22

Arizona offensive lineman Zach Hemmila died of unknown causes in his sleep Sunday night, Wildcats head coach Rich Rodriguez announced Monday. He was 22. Anthony Gimino of TucsonNewsNow.com was present for Rodriguez's press conference. Show More Summary

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