More college football players are entering the transfer portal each year. As the season winds down, we will analyze top players as they enter the portal and make new commitments.
- Last-second field goal lifts Vandy to victory
- Toe surgery ends season for Vandy's top rusher
- Seals named Vandy starting QB; Wright to play
- Vanderbilt to spend $300M to upgrade facilities
— Josh Heupel passed both tests among the SEC Class of 2021.
It all comes down to this: The top two bottom teams square off for the dishonor of being the worst of the worst.
— Matt Corral threw for 326 yards and two touchdowns in his home finale and No. 10 Mississippi beat Vanderbilt 31-17 on Saturday night.
Our top bottom team pulled off a major upset, but two others couldn't turn a spark into a blaze of glory.
— Chris Rodriguez Jr. ran for 114 yards and a touchdown, Will Levis threw for two scores and Kentucky used a fast start to beat Vanderbilt 34-17 in a Southeastern Conference matchup on Saturday night.
Walter Nolen committing to Texas A&M means the top 10 teams shuffle up yet again with over a month until signing day.
— Tyler Badie set the offensive pace for the Missouri Tigers on Saturday afternoon with two rushing touchdowns and 294 total yards in a 37-28 Southeastern Conference win over Vanderbilt.
Ohio State and Penn State have held the No. 1 spot for much of the 2022 recruiting cycle, but a new team is atop the class rankings.
— Will Rogers had a career day at quarterback for Mississippi State, but his coach Mike Leach was not overly satisfied.
— Zeb Noland's played more than enough football to be ready when called on and cherish the moments of success. The former graduate assistant did both to rally South Carolina to its first Southeastern Conference win in more than year.