- Leach says 12-team CFP 'never enough,' eyes 64
- SEC schedule opens with 3 Power 5 matchups
- Tulsa, Mississippi State to review bowl brawl
- SEC, ESPN strike 10-year deal starting in '24
— Last week, Lideatrick Griffin’s 70-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter sparked a 20-point comeback for Mississippi State in an eventual win over Louisiana Tech.
From the first game played after 9/11 to an 1,800-mile walk, coaches and former players recall how 9/11 influenced them 20 years ago and now.
— Early in the fourth quarter, with his team down 20 points at home to a non-Power 5 opponent, Mississippi State head coach Mike Leach may have heard the lyrics to an old Talking Heads song sponging around in his brain, wondering, how did we get here?
ESPN networks will broadcast seven high school football games from Aug. 26 to Aug. 29, featuring some of the top recruits in the country.
Oregon jumped into the top five while Oklahoma fell after another decommitment, but Penn State stays at No. 1.
Alabama lost a strong core of players from last season's championship team. Does that make the Crimson Tide vulnerable to the rest of the SEC West?
Texas would benefit greatly by moving to the SEC. But how would Oklahoma, Texas A&M and other SEC and Big 12 schools be affected?
Mississippi State coach Mike Leach on Wednesday called an expanded 12-team playoff "a huge step in the right direction," before adding, " I personally would like to see 64."
We provide you with the schedule for each college football team's media day ahead of the 2021 season.
As FSU pushes atop the ACC and LSU and Georgia battle for the top of the SEC, Notre Dame is pushing Ohio State for the No. 1 overall class.
Who are the best available linebackers, defensive linemen, cornerbacks and safeties in the Class of 2022?
Oklahoma and Rutgers moved up within the top 10, while schools like Oregon, Florida and Texas each fell down a slot.