National signing day means many top college football recruits will commit. In turn, there will be significant movement in the class rankings.
- Last-second field goal lifts Vandy to victory
- Toe surgery ends season for Vandy's top rusher
- Seals named Vandy starting QB; Wright to play
- Vanderbilt to spend $300M to upgrade facilities
A year after Sarah Fuller became the first woman to score in a Power 5 game, the generation she inspired is changing high school football.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic and its financial impact on universities, a larger-than-expected number of schools made coaching changes. Now it's time to evaluate them.
Alabama has had several top-ranked recruiting classes in the ESPN era. Georgia, LSU and Florida have been in the top three. But which is the best?
— Josh Heupel passed both tests among the SEC Class of 2021.
It all comes down to this: The top two bottom teams square off for the dishonor of being the worst of the worst.
— Matt Corral threw for 326 yards and two touchdowns in his home finale and No. 10 Mississippi beat Vanderbilt 31-17 on Saturday night.
Our top bottom team pulled off a major upset, but two others couldn't turn a spark into a blaze of glory.
— Chris Rodriguez Jr. ran for 114 yards and a touchdown, Will Levis threw for two scores and Kentucky used a fast start to beat Vanderbilt 34-17 in a Southeastern Conference matchup on Saturday night.
Walter Nolen committing to Texas A&M means the top 10 teams shuffle up yet again with over a month until signing day.
— Tyler Badie set the offensive pace for the Missouri Tigers on Saturday afternoon with two rushing touchdowns and 294 total yards in a 37-28 Southeastern Conference win over Vanderbilt.
— Will Rogers had a career day at quarterback for Mississippi State, but his coach Mike Leach was not overly satisfied.