To accommodate adjustments that were made in 2020 due to COVID-19, the Big Ten revised its 2022 college football schedule to add two cross-divisional games and to move around other notable games.
Illinois has hired Barry Lunney Jr. to be its new offensive coordinator one day after firing Tony Petersen from the position.
- Big Ten adds cross-divisional games to '22 slate
- Illinois hires Lunney to replace Petersen as OC
- NCAA clears way for 5-7 Rutgers as Gator fill-in
- Illini's Bielema tests positive, out against Iowa
Rutgers will be given the opportunity to fill in for Texas A&M in the Gator Bowl against Wake Forest after an NCAA committee decided Thursday to adhere to an existing policy for making teams with 5-7 records bowl eligible.
National signing day means many top college football recruits will commit. In turn, there will be significant movement in the class rankings.
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.
UMass couldn't lose for winning, Florida couldn't get anything right, Brian Kelly found a twang and more lowlights from the college football season.
Steve Berkowitz joins Paul to talk about assistant coaches in college football
Navy legend Keenan Reynolds joins the show to preview the upcoming Army/Navy game
Billy Napier joins Paul to talk about becoming the new HC of the Florida Gators
Rich Demarco joins Paul to talk about the upcoming Army/Navy game
Ernie Johnson joins Paul to talk about his career as well as college football.
Roman Harper joins Paul to talk about the transfer portal
Heisman favorite Bryce Young joins Paul.
Michael Katz joins Peter Burns to talk about coaches in the SEC
Scott Hamilton, Dalton Wagner, and Berry Tramel join Peter Burns.
Peter Burns fills in for Paul Finebaum and talks with Josh Pate.
T-Bob Herbert joins Peter Burns, who fills in for Paul Finebaum, and talk about the coaching change at LSU
Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State have established themselves as consistent recruiting powers. But who has the No. 1 class from the past 10 years?
Jeremy Swick, Laura Rutledge, and Chris Doering join the show to talk about the history of college football as well as the upcoming SEC championship game
Jordan Rogers, Mike Griffith, Benjamin Watson, Marty & McGee all join Paul in Atlanta
Jeff Foxworthy, Tony Barnhart, and Roman Harper join Paul in Atlanta.
Fritz Mitchell joins the show to talk about SEC Storied: The Trials of Bobby Hoppe
Seth Emerson joins the show to talk about the upcoming SEC Championship game between the Tide and Dawgs
Paul talks with Ross Dellenger from Sports Illustrated about the recent coaching moves.
— Brandon Peters threw for 242 yards and a touchdown and Illinois rolled over Big Ten rival Northwestern 47-14 on Saturday.