Coastal Carolina, with its season to remember, makes this list multiple times. But what other games cracked the top 25?
How could anyone forget the madness of Ball State-WMU? Where does it fall in the top 50 games of the college football season?
- Maryland to settle with McNair family for $3.5M
- Maryland hires Enos as its offensive coordinator
- USC lands No. 3 overall recruit, DE Foreman
- Michigan State-Maryland canceled due to virus
The University of Maryland has agreed to settle with the family of former player Jordan McNair for $3.5 million, more than two years after the sophomore died of a heatstroke.
Veteran assistant coach Dan Enos has been named the new offensive coordinator at Maryland, after spending last season with Cincinnati.
From Kirby Smart to Steve Sarkisian, Nick Saban is used to having coordinators pull double duty heading into title games. How does it affect the team, and how challenging is it?
Five-star defensive end Korey Foreman committed to USC, leading a group of six ESPN 300 prospects announcing commitments to various football programs on Saturday.
It wasn't long ago that a team's social media feed was schedules, brief news and maybe some photos. Those days are gone. They have personalities now. The people behind the avatars are trying to bring the Twitter and Instagram feeds to life.
The Michigan State-Maryland game scheduled for Saturday in College Park has been canceled because of COVID-19 issues with Maryland.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack look at the CFBP rankings; Finebaum previews the SEC championship; Adelson previews the ACC championship; Luginbill on National Signing Day
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the latest head-scratching College Football Playoff rankings, no one mentioning Texas A&M, David’s Dude and their conference championship picks. Then, Paul Finebaum hops on to discuss Alabama-Florida, if this is Nick Saban’s best team, the favorite to land the Auburn job and if Hugh Freeze will return to the SEC (29:04). Next, Andrea Adelson stops by to talk about Clemson-Notre Dame, why this game will be very different from the first and the improvement the Irish have shown throughout the season (44:16). Finally Tom Luginbill talks National Signing Day, hitting on the toughest recruiting cycle ever in college football, Maryland and Ole Miss trending upward, Michigan and Texas trending downward, and the role the transfer portal will play this offseason (54:28).
Amid uncertainty around coach Jim Harbaugh's future, ESPN 300 linebacker Branden Jennings flipped from the Wolverines to commit to Maryland, while in-state running back Donovan Edwards gave Michigan a boost with his commitment.
From who will put a pen to paper to which college football teams have the most at stake, we break down everything around national signing day.
— Valentino Ambrosio kicked the tying field goal at the end of regulation and accounted for the only points in overtime with a 42-yarder to help Rutgers rally past error-prone Maryland 27-24 Saturday.
As one-sided as Ohio State-Michigan might've been this year, it's still part of the fabric of any college football season. Now 2020 will be the year rivalries disappeared.
Jack Scarbath, a star QB for Maryland and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, died Sunday at age 90.
Clemson, Notre Dame and North Carolina all moved up in the top 10, while Tennessee, Auburn, USC and Florida State were notable fallers.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack discuss playoff scenarios and their Week 14 picks; Andrea Adelson on the ACC's schedule change; and Ivan Maisel on the lack of diversity among head coaches
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing College Football Playoff scenarios, who has the edge between Alabama and Notre Dame, College GameDay showcasing Coastal Carolina-Liberty, Jaret Patterson, and their Week 14 picks. Then, Andrea Adelson hops on to talk about the ACC’s schedule change, the possibility of Clemson and Notre Dame both making the playoff, and watching Sarah Fuller’s debut with her daughters (36:00). Later, Ivan Maisel drops by to talk about a very different Alabama-LSU matchup and the lack of diversity among head coaches (52:27).
Michigan will go without a home win for the first time in school history after Saturday's game against Maryland was canceled due to a rise in COVID-19 cases.
— Stevie Scott III ran for three touchdowns and No. 12 Indiana had three interceptions, three sacks and a game-changing safety in a 27-11 win over Maryland on Saturday.