Former college football coach Tommy Tuberville beat former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in Tuesday's Alabama Republican Senate runoff. He will face incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Doug Jones on the November ballot.
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You can argue they're the two most important people on the field. So who are the top QB-coach duos in college football?
- Tuberville wins Alabama GOP Senate runoff
- SEC will hold football media days virtually
- Former Auburn football coach, AD Dye dies at 80
- Auburn uses Texas connection to land OL commit
In most sports, the question "Who won the title?" is a straightforward one. Not so in college football. As we get ready for a season unlike any other, here's a look at some of the strangest title claims and races in the sport's history.
College football and basketball players share their stories on the challenges of school, training and supporting themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.
The SEC will hold a virtual football media days instead of its annual in-person event this year as the sport continues to feel the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Kordell Stewart to Michael Westbrook. Doug Flutie to Gerard Phelan. This week's Throwback Thursday celebrates the greatest college football endings of all time (7 p.m. ET on ESPN and The App).
You can get a good sense of which teams are legit title contenders based on how many things they need to go right to win it all. The fewest questions, the best chance. At Alabama, it all starts with QB Mac Jones.
Former Auburn coach and athletic director Pat Dye, who was hospitalized last month for kidney-related issues, died Monday, according to a family member. He was 80.