Which teams will be the best in college football over the next three years? Our Future Power Rankings break down the Top 25.
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Sophomores such as Alabama WR Jaylen Waddle are ready to break out after a year of seasoning.
From Midnight Yells to cowbells, from "Dixieland Delight" to Baton Rouge at night, these are college football's top traditions.
Whether potential trap games or tough tests on the road, here are contests that each top-ranked team, from Clemson to Mississippi State, should watch out for.
Sometimes, a team is just a playmaker away from glory. Here's a list of the one recruit each Top 25 team needs for continued success.
Which teams will have the best defenses in college football over the next three years? Our Future Power Rankings break down the Top 25.
Moorhead, who was hired by the Bulldogs in 2017, will receive an average base salary of $3.2 million under his new contract.
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Mississippi State football coach Joe Moorhead has received a contract extension through the 2022 season that will pay an average base salary of $3.2 million. The school announced the extension on Tuesday. Moorhead originally signed a four-year deal worth an average of $2.75 million when he was hired following the 2017 season. The new deal is also four years, which is the longest allowed by state law. Moorhead will earn a base salary of $3.05 million next season and that number will increase by $100,000 in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
When Penn State coach James Franklin didn't name a starting quarterback after spring practice, Tommy Stevens decided to explore his options -- and is now transferring to Mississippi State.
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.
Despite having played football in the US for just two years, Melbourne's Ben Key is committing to Mississippi State and says he is 'trying to be the number one defensive lineman in the nation.'
From role players who could become stars to early-enrollee freshmen who could make an instant impact, these 20 players hope to ride spring breakouts to fall stardom.
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.
Elite edge rushers. Interior game-wreckers. Playmaking wide receivers. These are Matt Bowen's top SEC prospects in the Class of 2019.
We saw in college why Kyler Murray, Nick Bosa, Josh Allen and others were destined for the NFL. But did they show the same talent as high school recruits? Let's revisit.
Need your college football fix? Here are this weekend's spring games, featuring Scott Frost in Year 2 at Nebraska, plus Ohio State, Alabama, Texas and many more.
The 2019 class is loaded with prospects who get after the quarterback. Here's how each wreaks havoc on the offensive line to get sacks.