Luther Burden, the No. 1-ranked wide receiver in the 2022 class, committed to Missouri on Tuesday.
- Mizzou beats out Georgia, Bama for top receiver
- Strong first half leads Missouri past North Texas
- Missouri corner Rakestraw tears ACL in practice
- SEC schedule opens with 3 Power 5 matchups
— Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher warned his team all week that it couldn’t afford a letdown after its upset of top-ranked Alabama. His message got through, as the 21st-ranked Aggies buried Missouri early in a 35-14 victory Saturday.
From the top college football prospects who are still taking visits to the teams that have had strong classes, we take a broad look at the recruiting world.
Two prospects achieved five-star status, but there were several top college football recruits in the 2022 class who climbed the rankings.
Fresh off the ESPN 300 update, Alabama moves past Notre Dame in search of back-to-back No. 1 classes, while Oklahoma and Georgia are also climbing.
The Tigers put up 31 points in the first half to build a hefty lead, putting away North Texas, 48-35.
— Missouri coach Eli Drinkwitz called running back Tyler Badie the “least-talked-about great player in the country.”
Week 6 of the college football season comes with impressive uniform selections by these teams.
Missouri cornerback Ennis Rakestraw Jr. suffered a torn ACL in practice Tuesday.
Week 5 had many college football trolls, but which one was the best out of the bunch?
— When asked by reporters on Tuesday about facing the struggling Missouri defense, Tennessee running back Tiyon Evans was initially coy but then said, “We’re going to have some fun.” He got that right. The Volunteers piled up 683 yards of offense and...
Along with the exciting Week 5 action, college football teams are making fashion statements with their uniform combinations.
We take a look at where things stand with the five-star prospects in the class of 2022 -- as well as the No. 2 prospect in 2023, Arch Manning.
These teams didn't miss a chance to troll their opponents on social media.
— Denis Grosel threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Zay Flowers in overtime, and Brandon Sebastian’s interception sealed the victory on Saturday as Boston College recovered after blowing two fourth-quarter leads to beat Missouri 41-34.
We break down the latest in the recruiting world, from Arch Manning's visit to Georgia to the 25-player signing limit and beyond.