Which teams will have the best offenses in college football over the next three years? Our Future Power Rankings break down the Top 25.
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Which teams have moved up or down the Top 25 since spring football concluded? Our latest rankings start with the defending champ still in the top spot.
Washington State coach Mike Leach isn't interested in addressing accusations made by Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson that Leach deliberately talked down the draft stock of former Cougars running back James Williams.
From LSU QB Joe Burrow to Texas DE Malcolm Roach, here's the player from each Top 25 team that could be running a program one day.
From the ungraded Josh Allen to the undervalued Quinnen Williams, here are five recruits who defied their initial rankings to develop into elite NFL talent.
Over the next two years, they should expect to hear their names called early during the NFL draft. Meet the players on the Top 25 teams who look like NFL stars in the making.
Here are this weekend's spring games, featuring playoff hopefuls Georgia and Oregon, plus Washington State, UCLA, new-look Miami and more.
Each Top 25 team has a key player who will start the season outside the spotlight. From Clemson to Army, here are the potential household names.
Johnny Appleseed, Big John and play suggestions from local prisoners. As you might expect, Mike Leach's class called Insurgent Warfare and Football Strategies was all over the place.
From a Clemson-Texas A&M rematch to another round of Georgia-Notre Dame, these are the top games we're already looking forward to.
Notre Dame's Chase Claypool has the size, hops and hands to excel on the court. Which other players -- and one championship-winning coach -- join him?
Who will be the most electric players for the nation's top teams this season? Clemson and Alabama have an embarrassment of riches on offense, but they're not the only ones.
From QBs like Washington's Jacob Eason to top recruits like Oregon's Kayvon Thibodeaux, these are the players on top 25 teams we're excited for this spring.
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Texas A&M's Erik McCoy is the fastest offensive lineman at the NFL combine. McCoy, ranked as the No. 4 center in the 2019 draft by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr., ran the 40-yard dash in 4.89 seconds here in Indianapolis, edging out Boston College's Chris Lindstrom (4.91) and NC State's Garrett Bradbury (4.92). Washington State tackle Andre Dillard, who Kiper has ranked as a first-round prospect, ran a 4.96.
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Though it isn't really part of their job description, offensive linemen who do crack the 5-second mark in the 40-yard dash at the scouting combine usually get an extra notation or two in the scouts' notebooks. And Friday two of the linemen who ran in Indianapolis went sub-5.0 in the 40 -- North Carolina State's Garrett Bradbury (4.93, unofficial) and Washington State's Andre Dillard (4.97, unofficial). Just as a point of comparison, current Eagles tackle Lane Johnson, at 303 pounds at the time, ran a double-take worthy 4.72 40 at the 2013 combine.
NFL teams can find good running backs in the draft -- at a fraction of what Bell will cost in free agency. These are the names you should know.
Washington State head coach Mike Leach will teach a five-class seminar at the university's Pullman campus this spring titled "Insurgent Warfare and Football Strategies."
We break down which programs have the best outlook at quarterback over the next three seasons.
National championship contenders don't rebuild, they reload. Check out how each Top 25 team has used recruiting and the transfer market to replenish talent this offseason.
Gage Gubrud won his appeal for another year of eligibility because he appeared in just one-third of Eastern Washington's games after suffering a toe injury last season.
After guiding Washington State to a school-record 11 wins in 2018, coach Mike Leach has signed a one-year extension that will keep him under contract through the 2023 season.
Think the Sooners are happy to see Jalen Hurts? Here's why the nation's top programs should be feeling good heading into 2019.
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.