The bottom of the AAC doesn't produce a ton of dead weight, and there is still plenty of upside from teams like Houston and Tulane.
The NCAA has approved a one-time waiver that will allow transfers to have immediate eligibility. Who are the most important players to switch teams this offseason?
- Temple QB Russo transferring to Michigan State
- Ex-Georgia starting QB Mathis heading to Temple
- Temple senior QB Russo enters transfer portal
- No. 7 Cincy sees Temple game canceled for virus
Where do Ed Reed, Khalil Mack and Tyrann Mathieu rank among the best college football defenders over the past two decades?
Michigan State is adding quarterback Anthony Russo, a record-setting passer at Temple, as a transfer. Russo will employ the NCAA's COVID-19 waiver that grants an extra year of eligibility to all fall-sport athletes.
Georgia freshman quarterback D'Wan Mathis, who opened the season as the Bulldogs' starter, announced Monday that he will be transferring to Temple.
Temple quarterback Anthony Russo, who set a school record for completions last season, has entered the transfer portal.
No. 7 Cincinnati's football game at Temple on Saturday has been canceled and will be declared a no contest due to positive COVID-19 cases and the ensuing contact tracing of athletes at both schools.
For the first time all season, all Power 5 conferences were in action Saturday. Notre Dame had one of the weekend's biggest wins, while Michigan struggled for the second straight week.
The league made the schedule adjustment to "allow for the best chance of its being played in its scheduled week."
Navy's Brigade of Midshipmen can attend Saturday's home game between Navy and Temple at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium after Maryland officials relaxed some pandemic-imposed attendance restrictions.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack make their Week 6 picks, David Hale previews Clemson-Miami and Alex Scarborough checks in on the SEC
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast talking about the Red River Rivalry, David’s Dude of the Week Gervon Dexter from Florida, a sneaky good UNC-Virginia Tech game and their Week 6 picks. Next, David Hale joins the pod to discuss Clemson-Miami, Dabo Swinney to the Texans chatter and the second rung of teams in the ACC (34:43). Later, Alex Scarborough hops on to get into Alabama’s balance, the quarterback situation at Georgia and Jimbo Fisher not turning the corner at Texas A&M (48:25).
BBTN: Pollack & Negandhi get into a potential mid-October start for the Big Ten and the Sun Belt's domination over the Big 12
David Pollack and Kevin Negandhi kick off the podcast with the news of Ohio State corner Shaun Wade opting out of the season as it looks increasingly likely the Big Ten will start in mid-October. Then, the guys get into the big weekend for the Sun Belt against the Big 12, Spencer Rattler’s dazzling debut, the slow starts in the ACC and Florida State losing to Georgia Tech.
Temple's opener at Navy has been pushed back to Oct. 10 as the Owls seek more time to prepare for the season.
Two of the Power 5 conferences might be sitting out the fall season, but there is still plenty to be decided across the college football landscape. What does the 2020 campaign have in store?
AAC athletes have reportedly circulated their own proposal to multiple schools within the conference, listing 10 concerns, including coronavirus safety issues and a percentage of revenues, according to a report from Sports Illustrated.
Demote the bad teams to make room for the up-and-comers? We look at the possibilities (even unrealistic ones).
The Group of 5 has massive variance in jobs. Some are better than lower-tier Power 5 gigs, while others rank below high-level FCS positions.
To find the next Chase Young or Jedrick Wills Jr., look no further than the college football prospects in the Class of 2021.
Only two teams in the AAC's bottom six finished with more than four wins last season. Can Dana Holgorsen return Houston to its winning ways? How will Temple follow up on an 8-5 season? Can Tulane, USF or Tulsa compete in 2020?