Florida and North Carolina State haven't played in football since the 1992 Gator Bowl, but the schools have set up two future matchups, with the Wolfpack hosting in 2026 and the Gators hosting in 2032.
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The Class of 2015 had 20 five-star prospects, including Kyler Murray and Derwin James, but it comes down to quality over quantity.
- Florida, NC State schedule games for 2026, '32
- Florida puts end to use of 'Gator Bait' cheer, song
- SEC will hold football media days virtually
- Former NFL receiver Caldwell killed in Florida
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Some of the top college football recruits from 2019 will have expanded roles in 2020 that could allow them to break out.
It's anyone's guess whether the college football season will stick to its script, but if it does, here are the most important games for each of the Top 25 teams.
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Florida will no longer allow its "Gator Bait" cheer at sporting events because of "historic racist imagery associated with the phrase," school president Kent Fuchs announced Thursday.
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A new season, a new roster rife with talent. But who's the most exciting player on each team? Here's a look at what our experts think.
Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast talking about the college football players finding their voices and how it's playing out in places like Iowa and Clemson. Then, Florida head coach Dan Mullen joins the guys to discuss being apart from his team, the message to his team amidst the pandemic and protests following George Floyd's death, and what to expect from the Gators in the fall (12:49). Later, Paul Finebaum on why football coaches need greater accountability and refusing to walk back his comments that Nick Saban's window is closing (34:04).
The SEC will hold a virtual football media days instead of its annual in-person event this year as the sport continues to feel the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Adam Rittenberg breaks down the most coveted top jobs in the sport.
Leonard Fournette, Matt Barkley and Myron Rolle were all No. 1 recruits, but which top-ranked college football prospect is the real No. 1?
Former NFL receiver Reche Caldwell was killed in Tampa, Florida, his mother confirmed to TMZ.
We sorted the NFL's best players by college conference and built the best lineups. Now we stack them 1-6 to see which group has ultimate bragging rights.
You can get a good sense of which teams are legit title contenders based on how many things they need to go right to win it all. The fewest questions, the best chance. At Alabama, it all starts with QB Mac Jones.
There's no denying the Ohio State and Clemson QBs are superstars, but who isn't getting enough attention? And who's being overhyped?
Laura Rutledge joins Kevin Negandhi to talk about doing TV at home with a baby, the differing opinions she's heard on how football comes back, what the pandemic could mean for the Group of Five, player concerns that may be overlooked, what changed for conference commissioners after a call with Roger Goodell, and her path to ESPN.
From the origins of Appalachian State mascot Yosef to Florida's coach getting arrested in Cuba during the 1912 Bacardi Bowl, these are just a few of the hard-to-believe stories for college football's top teams.
Jalen Kitna, a four-star quarterback in the Class of 2021 out of Texas, has committed to play for the Florida Gators. His father, Jon Kitna, played in the NFL for the Seahawks, Bengals, Lions and Cowboys.
To find the next Chase Young or Jedrick Wills Jr., look no further than the college football prospects in the Class of 2021.
From can't-miss choices like Nick Saban to more risky moves like Dabo Swinney, we rank the best head-coaching hires in college football since 1995.
Michael Thomas, J.J. Watt and Baker Mayfield are among former under-the-radar recruits who became stars in college and in the NFL.