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Urban Meyer's National Championship Homecoming Celebration in July

GENEVA, Ohio — Urban Meyer claimed he was on vacation. His mannerisms suggested otherwise. For the fourth straight year, Meyer found himself spending a July morning standing in front of a rather sizable crowd at the impressive SPIREShow More Summary

James Franklin Is the Big Ten's Under-the-Radar Celebrity Coach

A first pitch at Yankee Stadium, a lecture at a global conference, innovative recruiting tactics and a nonstop stream of local headlines during a period when college coaches are typically public hermits. If this was describing the offseasons...Show More Summary

Report: Jim Harbaugh Recruiting HS Football Player He Once Babysat

If there's one thing professional Harbaughlogists can all agree on, it's that Jim Harbaugh 's return to college football is the gift that continues to give. In the last six months, he's helped the victims of a car wreck, basked in Judge Judy's success and made this face while playing shirtless Peru ball with high schoolers in Alabama. Show More Summary

Texas Football Recruiting: Horns' Top Commits, Targets to Watch at The Opening

In less than a week, the most gifted high school football players in the country will gather in Beaverton, Oregon, for The Opening Finals, several of whom are high-profile targets for the Texas Longhorns. Unfortunately, the Longhorns...Show More Summary

Ohio State Football: 5 Recruits Urban Meyer Wishes He Had Landed

Ohio State is absolutely loaded with superstars for another title run in 2015, but imagine a parallel universe where guys such as Nick Chubb, Kendall Fuller and Myles Garrett are also suiting up in scarlet and gray this fall. That possibility...Show More Summary

Odds Jim Harbaugh Beats Ohio State, Michigan State or Both in 2015

It's no secret that first-year Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh has a tough rebuilding project ahead of him. After going 5-7 a year ago under Brady Hoke, getting back to a bowl game would be considered a successful season. But even if...Show More Summary

B/R 5th Down: Old School Urban Meyer Photo, FSU Offered 300-Pound 14-Year-Old

Editor's Note: The 5th Down captures the top social college football stories of the week. Because the long, grueling offseason is underway, we'll focus on things that make us laugh, think or maybe cry, but mostly laugh. 1) Old School...Show More Summary

Le Mans 2015: Leaderboard, Live Stream and Finish Time for 24-Hour Race

Three hundred and sixty-four days out of the year, Le Mans, France likely tells time just like the rest of us: watch, clock, or smartphone. But for one 24-hour period each year, they can judge a day's passing by waiting for the distinctive...Show More Summary

Clemson Tigers 'Get Back' Coach Puts in Work During the Offseason

No matter the role, everyone who is part of a team has to put in the work in order for the group to reach its full potential. Even the "get back" coach—someone who keeps football players and coaches off the field—has to spend the offseason working to get better. Show More Summary

Will College Football Ever Have Another Realignment Craze?

Thursday marked the five-year anniversary of Nebraska announcing it was leaving the Big 12 and joining the Big Ten. In turn, this week marked the five-year anniversary of "realignment-palooza" as it was unofficially known. In the height of the frenzy, the Pac -10 was going to expand to 16, forming the first of four superconferences. Show More Summary

USC Football: The 1 Thing That Could Derail Trojans' Playoff Hopes

If all goes according to plan for USC in 2015, the Trojans will be playoff-bound, and quarterback Cody Kessler will be in New York for the Heisman finalist ceremony. But if we know anything about plans, it's that they're meant to go off the rails. Show More Summary

Alabama Football: Are Dual-Threat-Only QBs the New Future for Crimson Tide?

Alabama's latest quarterback commitment came without much fanfare, especially compared to some of its previous pledges the last few years. It was late Friday night when Jalen Hurts—a 4-star dual-threat from Channelview, Texas—committed to Alabama, via a tweet from Elite 11. Show More Summary

Kennesaw State Football Team Channels 'Remember the Titans' with Song

The Kennesaw State football team re-enacted an iconic scene from Remember the Titans on Friday. After a team workout, the Owls belted out their own rendition of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” And it rocked. Show More Summary

B/R 5th Down: Kicker's Backflip Field Goal, Nick Chubb's Lamborghini Comparison

Editor's Note: The 5th Down captures the top social college football stories of the week. Because the long, grueling offseason is underway, we'll focus on things that make us laugh, think or maybe cry, but mostly laugh. 1. First, Texas'...Show More Summary

Deciphering Jim Harbaugh's Recruiting Strategy at Michigan

Jim Harbaugh's reputation as a head coach may have been built on his ferocity, with enough handshakes gone wrong on YouTube to qualify him as arguably the most intense sideline stalker in football history. But before he was known for...Show More Summary

Meet the Rapper Behind the Sickest Heisman Hype Video of 2015

COLUMBUS, Ohio — If you've attended an Ohio State football game during the Urban Meyer era, you're familiar with the music of Mekka Don. Whether it was the 2012 anthem "Let's Go (O-H-I-O)," 2013's popular follow-up, "Juice," or the ode...Show More Summary

The Most Underrated and Overrated College Football Player in Each P5 Conference

Remember back in 1993, when ESPN’s Beano Cook predicted that Notre Dame quarterback Ron Powlus would win the Heisman twice? That’s the definition of overrating a player. Now, think back to 2009, when preseason Heisman short lists included...Show More Summary

College Football's 25 All-Time Best Rivalry Games

There are somethings in this world that just need to happen. Jim and Pam needed to get together on The Office; The Joker needed Batman. Alabama needs Auburn, and vice versa. College football has undergone several changes over the past...Show More Summary

Diondre Overton Balancing Life, College Choices as a 2-Sport Star Athlete

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — It only takes a couple of minutes to watch Diondre Overton and know he's got Division I talent. At last weekend's The Opening Charlotte regional, he not only looked the part physically but also impressed those in attendance during drills. At 6'5" and 194 pounds, Overton is the big, tall receiver that many football programs desire. Show More Summary

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