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Is there a Trevor Lawrence in this year's true freshman class? OK, probably not. But here are the first-year players who will stand out in 2019.
- Ex-players sue UCLA for alleged negligence
- Ex-UCLA coach Donahue diagnosed with cancer
- Cards' pick Wilson embraces Mr. Irrelevant status
- Former five-star LB Phillips transferring to Miami
Utah projects to have a big season, but Oregon and Washington also will be serious factors in the Pac-12. Phil Steele predicts final records for every team.
See how Nebraska's Frost and other second-year coaches are rebuilding their football programs.
At UCF, Scott Frost went from 6-7 in Year 1 to 13-0 in Year 2. Can he make a similar jump at Nebraska?
Some of the nation's top teams, including Dan Mullen's Florida Gators, must deal with daunting schedules this season. We look at 10 that have especially difficult paths to navigate.
Will Washington win its third conference title in four years? Can Justin Herbert and Oregon make a run? We dig into these questions and more in our Pac-12 team previews.
Which teams are in position to take a step forward this season? Count the Huskers, who return 13 starters, among the best bets to improve.
Which programs have gained and which ones have been hurt by the numerous offseason transfers? We look at the impact of all those moves.
We've picked apart every team's 2019 schedule. Here are the quirks, the shocks, the toughest roads and the cushiest paths.
Stanford edged out Duke for the "honor" of owning college football's toughest 2019 nonconference schedule. Who else has their work cut out for them?
UCLA is being sued by three former football players for alleged negligence in the handling of injuries while they played for the Bruins under coach Jim Mora.
Terry Donahue, the winningest football coach in UCLA and Pac-12 history, has been diagnosed with cancer.
UCLA tight end Caleb Wilson, selected by the Cardinals with the 254th and final pick of the NFL draft, said it was an honor to hear his name called Saturday.
Georgia and Oregon, two programs with high expectations, were among the teams hitting the field Saturday for the last big weekend of spring football games. Here's what we saw.
Here are this weekend's spring games, featuring playoff hopefuls Georgia and Oregon, plus Washington State, UCLA, new-look Miami and more.
Clay Helton and the Trojans enter spring off a tumultuous offseason, while Chip Kelly is just seeking some good news. Can either get it going in 2019?
Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer
In a group of tight ends that is considered to be predominantly stocked with better pass catchers than in-line options overall, UCLA's Caleb Wilson and Iowa's Noah Fant were the fastest Saturday at the NFL's scouting combine. Wilson ran an unofficial 4.50 in the 40-yard dash while Fant clocked an unofficial 4.51 (one scout I contacted had him at a hand-held 4.49). Two of the other most highly-rated tight ends in the draft, Alabama's Irv Smith Jr. and Iowa's T.J. Hockenson, had their best of 40s of the day clocked unofficially at 4.64 and 4.71, respectively.
Former UCLA linebacker/defensive end Jaelan Phillips is transferring to Miami, he announced Thursday night on Twitter.
It's a tale of two recruiting classes in the Pac-12, where Oregon and Arizona State have elevated their efforts, but UCLA, Arizona and others are falling far behind.
Defensive lineman Chigozie Nnoruka became the latest graduate transfer to pick Miami on Tuesday when he announced he was leaving UCLA for the Hurricanes.
The Alabama QB should be one of the most coveted transfers in recent memory. Could he follow Kyler Murray at Oklahoma? We break it all down.
The SEC has busted the curve at the midterm point with three teams earning A-plus grades.