2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- Sources: Multiple SEC clubs given virus sanctions
- Saban: Tide defense felt always 'one play behind'
- Saban wonders if Ole Miss knew Tide D's signals
- Kiffin lauds Saban, Bama for 'high level' of play
How would you rank each team in the three Power 5 conferences that have already begun play? Let's have a look.
College football's midseason-ish awards: Top players and unbelievable moments in a season like no other
Only in 2020 can we be celebrating the midway point before the Big Ten or Pac-12 has taken the field. But with seven weeks down and eight to go until conference title weekend, let's look back on the best of the year so far.
Multiple SEC schools will have revenue from the conference deducted as a result of not following proper COVID-19 protocols, sources told ESPN.
Despite Nick Saban's coronavirus diagnosis, the Alabama-Georgia game is on as scheduled. Amid the uncertainty, it remains the game of the week.
Which offenses and defenses have, for good or bad, surprised the most? Let's break it down compared to their preseason projections and see why their fortunes might change moving forward.
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Alabama’s defense trying to find itself, their idea for LSU’s maligned defense, heartbreak for Arkansas against Auburn, still not knowing how good Oklahoma and Texas really are, Clemson sending Miami back to the kid’s table, North Carolina and Notre Dame lagging behind the Tigers in the ACC, and Georgia-Alabama.
Kirk Herbstreit comments on the state of defensive play across the country, especially in the SEC, and why we're seeing big score lines.
Alabama coach Nick Saban on Monday sought to clarify the comments he made after Saturday's 63-48 win over Ole Miss in which he said it felt as if the Rebels, who racked up 647 yards of offense, had figured out their defensive signals.
Clemson proved it's still the class of the ACC, and Nick Saban and Alabama held off former assistant Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss on a high-scoring day filled with upsets.
Alabama coach Nick Saban said his defense's struggles during Saturday's 63-48 win had him wondering if Ole Miss knew his team's signals.