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Bleacher Report's College Football Ultimate Guide to Week 4

Week 4 marks the widespread start of conference play—which is amazing because the season still feels so young. Sure, there have been great games and memorable moments, but how many teams does it feel like we have a read on? Alabama, Louisville and Ohio State are good. Show More Summary

Notre Dame Has a Golden Past, but the Irish Have to Stop Trying to Live in It

History says that no matter what Notre Dame does, it still gets all the votes, all the love, all the money. But paying too much attention to history has left the Irish where they are today. Notre Dame isn't even the top ND in college football: North Dakota State has more votes for a spot in the AP Top 25. This isn't really about which ND is better. Show More Summary

Hype-Tape Superstar Sam McGuffie's Crazy Journey from CFB to NFL to...Olympics?

At some point in the past nine years, the black, unlabeled VHS tape that helped ignite a multibillion-dollar industry went missing. There are working theories as to its whereabouts. One is that it's at the bottom of a cardboard box in an attic like buried treasure, melting away in sweltering Texas summers. Show More Summary

Florida vs. Tennessee: Game Preview, Prediction and Players to Watch

Welcome to the Tennessee-Florida football broken record, version 12.0. Stop if you've heard this one before: The Gators simply own the Volunteers. It's been 11 seasons since UT walked away from this "rivalry" game victorious. That was...Show More Summary

B/R Recruiting Notebook: 4-Star WR with Nearly 40 Offers Ready to Narrow Choices

As official visits continue, college football recruiting had another slow weekend of athletes committing. Only 2018 safety Cam'ron Jones and eight 2017 players nationwide from Friday through Sunday publicly announced their verbal commitments. The...Show More Summary

Toppling the Giant: How to Beat Nick Saban

Stephen Garcia, the former South Carolina quarterback, remembers a lot about October 9, 2010. Alabama, the reigning national champions, and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram were coming to South Carolina's Williams-Brice Stadium. Show More Summary

Don't Forget About Big Ten's 'Third Wheel' in the Race for the Conference Title

As he approaches the end of his first decade in East Lansing, Mark Dantonio's program has come to be defined not by the championships it's won, the pipeline to the pros it's built or even its remarkable record against its rivals. Despite...Show More Summary

Meet 2018 QB Re-Al Mitchell, Son of an Original 'American Gladiator'

In his first three games as a starting varsity quarterback, Re-Al Mitchell has shown two things in particular. First, he's a true leader for California power St. John Bosco High School, which is ranked No. 5 in the MaxPreps Composite Top 25. Show More Summary

The New Michigan Man: Jabrill Peppers Is the Perfect Jim Harbaugh Player

Ask Jabrill Peppers what position he plays, and the Michigan defensive back/linebacker/running back/receiver won't have a direct answer for you. "I'd just say 'athlete.' I don't really get into specifics," Peppers answered when asked how he'd handle such an inquiry at the Wolverines' media day in August. Show More Summary

Dalvin Cook Fumbles Ball out of Bounds Before Reaching End Zone vs. Ole Miss

The Florida State Seminoles' first half against the Ole Miss Rebels went as poorly as possible, and no play summed that up better than Dalvin Cook's attempt to score in the second quarter. With the Seminoles down 21-3, the elite running...Show More Summary

Who's Winning the Battle of Big Ten Titans: Urban Meyer or Jim Harbaugh?

On the final Saturday of last November, a mentally depleted Urban Meyer took center stage in the crowded interview room adjacent to the visitor's locker room in Michigan Stadium. Having just beaten the Wolverines for his fourth consecutive...Show More Summary

Does the Hype Match the Reality for Jim Harbaugh, Michigan Football?

What started as a one-liner in a high school commencement speech in June has since turned into a mantra for Michigan football entering its second season under the direction of Jim Harbaugh. "You should set your dreams so big that everybody...Show More Summary

Down but Not Out: QBs Need Focus, Heart to Make Most of 2nd Chances

On Jan. 2, 2014, Trevor Knight was on top of the college football world. The then-starting quarterback for the Oklahoma Sooners threw for 348 yards and four touchdowns in the Allstate Sugar Bowl against Alabama. He led his Sooners to...Show More Summary

Which School Has the Strongest Claim on the 'DBU' Moniker?

LSU cornerback Tre'Davious White has no problem stating he thinks his school should still be referred to as DBU, or Defensive Back University, the mythical title associated with the school best known for having premier players in the secondary. "I would say so and with confidence," he said. Show More Summary

Will 2016 Be the Year of the Tight End in the SEC?

Georgia’s Jeb Blazevich was in his element during last month’s SEC media days. The talkative and upbeat junior tight end enjoyed everything from the food to the plane ride, and he even had no problem admitting to reporters that he and...Show More Summary

There's Only One Winner in Jim Harbaugh's Feud with the Media: Jim Harbaugh

Jim Harbaugh has one goal and one goal only: to win as many games as possible for Michigan. Pick a fight with the head coach and you might find yourself helping him accomplish his goal. Harbaugh's latest adversary in his notoriouslyShow More Summary

Josh Falo Announces Top 10: Which School Best Fits 4-Star TE?

It's easy to recognize why tight end Josh Falo is such a wanted target in the college football recruiting ranks. Physically, he aces the eyeball test at 6'5", 227 pounds, and as a flex tight end, he can be a matchup problem for defenders because of his size and pass-catching ability. His offer list featuring 23 schools doesn't lie. Show More Summary

Dylan Moses' Quest to Reclaim No. 1 Ranking

The scene at The Opening Houston regional was routine for Dylan Moses. As he entered the Delmar-Tusa Athletic Complex, he immediately garnered stares from other athletes. Media members quickly gravitated to him as he walked from one side of the field to the other. Show More Summary

B/R 5th Down: Coach Recruits While Riding Hoverboard and More

Editor's note: Bleacher Report's 5th Down captures the top social media college football stories of the week. As this long, bitter offseason continues, we'll focus on moments from the schools, coaches and players that kept us entertained as we wait for actual college football to make its highly anticipated return. 1. Show More Summary

Why Urban Meyer Is the LeBron James of College Football

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Like many in Ohio on Monday, Urban Meyer spent his day basking in the reflected glory of the Cleveland Cavaliers' NBA championship. So when the Ohio State head coach addressed his own team before an offseason workout,...Show More Summary

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