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.
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Michael Thomas, J.J. Watt and Baker Mayfield are among former under-the-radar recruits who became stars in college and in the NFL.
- Notre Dame lands Ex-NC State CB McCloud
- AD: Notre Dame will be OK if schedules tweaked
- Bears now have 10 tight ends after drafting Kmet
- Navy AD optimistic of opening vs. Irish in Dublin
Clemson, Ohio State and Alabama top our list, but what other teams are poised for upcoming success?
Former North Carolina State starting cornerback Nick McCloud is joining Notre Dame as a grad transfer.
Remember when Texas A&M's Kenny Hill looked like the next Johnny Football? Or when Trevor Knight dominated Alabama's defense? Here are some of our favorite out-of-nowhere performances.
Sir William the Goat, referee disputes and the birth of the Iron Bowl: Tales of college football in the spring
If college football is forced to play in the spring, it won't be the first time that has happened. You just have to go back to the 19th century.
If Power 5 leagues agree to a shortened conference schedule this football season, Notre Dame's AD says he's confident the Irish would "play a high-quality, full schedule, the same number of games other teams will play."
Pro Football Focus rates the 10 best returning college football safeties (plus one sleeper), and TCU's Trevon Moehrig and Ar'Darius Washington lead the way.
The Notre Dame tight end's father was on the Bears' practice squad. Now Kmet gets the chance to fill a bigger roll.
Here's why Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma and 22 more teams will have the top offenses through the next three seasons.
After going through the 2019 season with the least productive tight end group in the league, the Bears continued revamping their roster by taking Notre Dame's Cole Kmet in the second round of the NFL draft.
How will LSU replace its load of top NFL draft prospects? We break down the battles in Baton Rouge and across the country.
These players were transcendent talents who seemed destined for NFL superstardom. But for whatever reason, it didn't pan out.
Herschel was transcendent, Eric Dickerson was electric and The Boz was, well, The Boz. Let's look back at the players who defined a fascinating decade of college football.
Although many talented, athletic off-ball linebackers are headed to the NFL, there's still a gifted crop returning to college football.