Tate Martell has been a phenom since the eighth grade. But he enters his third year in college looking for his first start and a chance to prove the hype was justified.
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Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg & Jake Trotter discuss the rule changes we'll be seeing this year (4:05), high impact transfers (14:20), the ripple effect of a new AD at LSU (25:06) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (41:40) and Extra Points (54:06).
- Richt: 'Not in the plans' to return to coaching
- Canes' Martell eligible after NCAA grants waiver
- NCAA approves Florida-Miami move to Aug. 24
- Diaz finalizes Miami coaching staff
Former Miami coach Mark Richt said he stepped away after last season because "it was the right time for me as a person" and that it is "not in the plans" to return to coaching.
Georgia and Oregon, two programs with high expectations, were among the teams hitting the field Saturday for the last big weekend of spring football games. Here's what we saw.
Here are this weekend's spring games, featuring playoff hopefuls Georgia and Oregon, plus Washington State, UCLA, new-look Miami and more.
QB Tate Martell, who transferred to Miami from Ohio State in January, is eligible to play the 2019 season and is in the mix to win the Hurricanes' starting job.
The Gators and Hurricanes will celebrate the opening of the 150th anniversary season of college football on Aug. 24 and the NCAA approved moving the game up by one week.
Former Miami standouts DeMarcus Van Dyke and Joel Rodriguez have been promoted to new roles on Manny Diaz's staff with the Hurricanes.
Five of the past six national champs had first-year starters, and jobs are up for grabs at places such as Auburn, Michigan State and Oklahoma State.
While the change will require NCAA approval, Miami and Florida are discussing whether to move their season opener up a week to Aug. 24. If moved, the game would serve as a prime-time kickoff for the sport's 150th season.
Living in a villa in Bali, owning a tattoo parlor and working construction in Australia. Here's how Miami's Louis Hedley became a signing-day star.
Developing a quarterback and reshaping the offense are key priorities this spring for new coach Manny Diaz and the Hurricanes.
Miami receiver Lawrence Cager is transferring to Georgia as a graduate transfer, helping the Bulldogs rebuild their depleted receiver corps.
Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer
Georgia has addressed one of its needs by adding former Miami receiver Lawrence Cager as a graduate transfer. The 6-foot-5 Cager led the Hurricanes with six touchdown catches and 17.8 yards per reception in 2018. Georgia lost top receivers Mecole Hardman, Terry Godwin and Riley Ridley.
Despite losing two ESPN 300 recruits, Alabama still has the most ESPN 300 commitments in one class since ESPN started its rankings in 2006.
Miami kicked off signing day, in a literal sense, with Australian punter Louis Hedley. Because Hedley lives in Australia, and it's already Wednesday in his native country, Hedley was able to sign his national letter of intent.
Salvaging a recruiting class is usually a new head coach's first priority. Some are doing pretty well in the 2019 class, and others are moving on the 2020.