The Oklahoma football team will wear black in a silent protest in the wake of the recent racist scandal which rocked the university. Read the team’s statement here.
Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott and two teammates were jumped during Spring Break in Florida and witnesses filmed the attack. See them here.
Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott and some of his teammates were jumped in Panama City, Florida, while attending a concert on spring break.
Allison Williams is a live-game reporter for ESPN’s coverage of college football and basketball. Check out some of her best pictures here.
Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota showed off his speed for the NFL Saturday, running a quarterback-best 4.52 seconds in the 40 at the Combine. Get all the QB times here.
The wide receivers were on the clock Saturday at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Keep reading for all their 40-yard dash times.
Another year, another recruiting championship. Alabama dominated Signing Day once again, securing the top-ranked class in the country. Get a look at the top 10 here.
In what’s becoming a yearly occurrence, Nick Saban secured a star-studded recruiting class making Alabama’s 2015 group the cream of the conference.
Famed rapper Snoop Dogg appears he’ll have to change his college football allegiance from USC to UCLA. His son, Cordell Broadus, is a 4-star recruit who signed to play with the Bruins.
It’s National Signing Day, so get to know the future faces of college football. Meet Blake Barnett, one of Nick Saban’s 5-star recruits who will be competing for the Crimson Tide quarterback spot.
College football’s National Signing Day has become a must-see event. Who’s going where? Find out here how to watch all the decisions online and on mobile.
They are the next big things in college football. National Signing Day is Wednesday and these are the names you need to know for the 2015 season.
A year before becoming a Super Bowl hero with the Patriots, Malcolm Butler was an anonymous player at Division II West Alabama.
On Tuesday, two former Vanderbilt football players were found guilty on multiple counts of sexual assault and battery stemming from a June 2013 rape case.
Despite Marcus Mariota’s loss in the National Championship Game, the Oregon QB was impressive in his three seasons and will be a top pick in May’s NFL Draft.