Georgia's Kirby Smart, LSU's Ed Orgeron and Coastal Carolina's Jamey Chadwell all shared their thoughts on the possibilities of an expanded College Football Playoff.
Bill Connelly crunches the numbers using SP+ to figure out the most likely scenarios for how a 12-team playoff would have played out since 2014.
- UGA's Smart: 12-team playoff a massive change
- Source: LSU to hire Arkansas' Davis as OL coach
- LSU says Cregg is out as offensive line coach
- Former LSU TE Gilbert transferring to Georgia
With future rankings on quarterbacks, offenses and defenses in, it's time to look at the big picture. Which college football teams are set up best for success over the next three seasons?
Oklahoma and Rutgers moved up within the top 10, while schools like Oregon, Florida and Texas each fell down a slot.
LSU is expected to hire Arkansas offensive line coach Brad Davis to replace James Cregg, a source confirmed to ESPN.
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LSU did not give a reason for James Cregg's departure, which leaves the Tigers searching for a new coach during a time when most vacancies have already been filled.
Arik Gilbert, who was the No. 1 tight end in the 2020 ESPN 300 and started eight games for LSU last season before opting out, has committed to Georgia. The Bulldogs are also adding former Clemson cornerback Derion Kendrick, sources said.
Whether it's a college football recruit who backed up elite film or an underrated player who broke out, here are some prospects who stood out this spring.
Former LSU quarterback TJ Finley announced Monday that he is transferring to SEC West rival Auburn.
Quinn Ewers and Arch Manning are the top QBs in their respective classes, but who are the best overall recruits no matter their graduation year?
Mel Kiper's first look at the Class of 2022 includes a pass-rusher at the top and three quarterbacks in the top 25.
Many college football prospects, including top linebacker Harold Perkins, who was displaced after Hurricane Katrina, are going to take advantage of visits when the recruiting dead period ends.
Who could go in Round 1 next April? Which quarterbacks are preliminary first-round candidates? Todd McShay offers his way-too-early 2022 NFL mock draft.
The 2021 Draft has come and gone but it's never too soon to start looking in the 2022 Draft class with Todd McShay.
On this edition of NFL Live the crew dives into Todd McShay's way too early 2022 Draft predictions, find out what prospects you should be looking for this upcoming season. Also when will we see Trey Lance take over as QB1 for the 49ers? And the Aaron Rodgers sag continues with him wanting out of Green Bay, are they still competitive with new comer Jordan Love?
To find the next Sam Howell or Garrett Wilson, look no further than the college football prospects in the Class of 2022.
TJ Finley, who started five games as a freshman for LSU in 2020, has entered the NCAA's transfer portal.
Which NFL draft picks came at great value? Pro Football Focus chooses rookies who could be steals from Rounds 4-7.
While offense seems to be the focus of most winning teams as of late, defense isn't an afterthought. Which teams look in the best shape over the course of the next three seasons?
While perennial title contenders Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State will have to replace quarterbacks this year, Oklahoma returns Spencer Rattler, helping the Sooners take the top spot in our updated offseason rankings.
Alabama dominated, star QBs and WRs reunited and more from a wild three days of the NFL draft.
Draftees across the board had memorable reactions to hearing their names called.
A record 65 players from SEC schools were selected during the 2021 NFL draft, topping the conference's previous mark of 64 in 2019.
Some of the picks from Thursday's first round of the NFL draft have arrived in their new home cities and gotten their uniform numbers. A few are now rocking single-digit jersey numbers.
Reunited and it feels so good. The first round of the 2021 NFL draft saw multiple wide receivers (and one running back) reunited with their college quarterbacks.