Ryan Day and Mack Brown are some first-year coaches who, with a full year to recruit, helped improve their teams' class rankings.
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Now that the 2020 recruiting cycle has concluded, we rank college football's top 75 classes.
- Kiffin adds ex-Terps coach Durkin to Ole Miss staff
- WR recruit Jarrett flips from LSU to Maryland
- Terps start Pigrome again after another QB injury
- Terps WR Turner held out Fri. due to DUI charge
Most ESPN 300 prospects signed their letters of intent on December's signing day. But college football's recruiting landscape has changed since.
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D.J. Durkin, who was fired at Maryland in October 2018 after being on extensive leave during an investigation into the death of Terrapins player Jordan McNair, has been hired as an assistant at Ole Miss.
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We will be providing the latest news, signings, analysis and class rankings for the biggest week in college football recruiting of the year.
Wide receiver recruit Rakim Jarrett has flipped his commitment from LSU to Maryland.
Auburn bounced into the top five, while Tennessee, Kentucky and Maryland were among the schools that also rose up the 2020 college football recruiting class rankings.
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Matt Coghlin kicked a 33-yard field goal with 2:14 remaining, and Michigan State became bowl eligible with a 19-16 victory over Maryland on Saturday.
Oregon's playoff hopes took a huge hit, Ohio State welcomed back its star defensive end and more teams prepared for a big Thanksgiving weekend ahead.
Nebraska ended a four-game skid and kept alive its hope of becoming bowl eligible by defeating mistake-prone Maryland 54-7 Saturday behind a standout performance by quarterback Adrian Martinez.
Justin Fields threw for three touchdowns and ran for another in the first half Saturday, and No. 3 Ohio State hardly missed suspended defensive star Chase Young in a 73-14 romp over Maryland.
Giles Jackson returned the opening kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown to get things started for No. 14 Michigan, which used two first-half scoring runs by freshman Zach Charbonnet to pull away from Maryland in a 38-7 victory on Saturday.