How could anyone forget the madness of Ball State-WMU? Where does it fall in the top 50 games of the college football season?
Former North Carolina State quarterback Bailey Hockman plans to play at Middle Tennessee as a graduate transfer.
- NC State QB Hockman commits to M. Tennessee
- QB Hockman to leave NC State as grad transfer
- Bama leads steady top 5; Iowa State gets boost
- CFP top 6 holds steady; Big 12 still alive in chase
We present the best of college football bowl season, from the Myrtle Beach Bowl to the national championship.
The College Football Playoff crowned its next champion in Miami. Take a look at the rest of the CFP and bowl season.
Adam Rittenberg predicts the winners and final scores of every bowl game, including the College Football Playoff.
QB Bailey Hockman, who started nine games for NC State and led the Wolfpack to eight wins and a Gator Bowl berth, said he plans to leave the program as a graduate transfer.
USC, Maryland, Clemson and Nebraska were among the teams to move up in the recruiting class rankings, while Auburn and Florida State fell.
— A.J. Rose ran for a career-high 148 yards, Chris Rodriguez added 84 yards and two scores and Kentucky held off No. 24 North Carolina State 23-21 in a chippy TaxSlayer Gator Bowl on Saturday.
While Notre Dame moved up in the 2021 recruiting class rankings, Alabama made a big move by landing one of the top running back prospects.
Conference championship week was always going to shake up the Power Rankings. How far will Notre Dame fall after a big loss? How high will Cincinnati climb after an undefeated season? And what about Coastal Carolina?
Conference champions have been crowned and the argument around the College Football Playoff picture intensifies. From celebrating classic video games to breaking down the big games, here is the best of Week 16.
We rank the top 75 college football recruiting classes in the 2021 cycle during the early signing period.
The top five teams in the penultimate CFP rankings remained unchanged, while Iowa State moved to No. 6.
Clemson, Texas A&M and Ole Miss all rose up the 2021 recruiting class rankings entering national signing day. But can anyone catch Alabama?