Alabama has had several top-ranked recruiting classes in the ESPN era. Georgia, LSU and Florida have been in the top three. But which is the best?
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- Mizzou holds off comeback attempt from the Gamecocks
- 'Very disappointed': Spiraling Gators routed by SC
- Gamecocks QB Noland to have meniscus surgery
- Aggies put up 477 total yards in win over Gamecocks
Oklahoma plummeted after Lincoln Riley departed, and Notre Dame looks to stay in the top five after losing Brian Kelly to LSU.
This weekend last year without traditional games such as Clemson-South Carolina and Georgia-Georgia Tech just wasn't the same. Thankfully, the games -- and fans -- are back.
From Oregon's stunning loss hurting the Pac-12's CFP chances to star wide receivers showing out, we break down Week 12.
— It's not his ultimate goal at South Carolina, but first-year coach Shane Beamer couldn't hold back the tears after his Gamecocks
From Lamar Jackson having a street named after him to players hyped up about wins, we've got the best of the best from Week 11 covered.
The Tigers put up 17 straight points to build enough of a lead to get the 31-28 win over South Carolina.
— Before the season, Missouri coach Eli Drinkwitz wasn’t sure if undersized Tyler Badie could handle the workload of being an every-down running back. Turns out, it’s the opponents who should be worried about the punishment being dished out by the...
We break down college football's biggest recruiting battles and the most sought-after players the top schools are competing for.
Walter Nolen committing to Texas A&M means the top 10 teams shuffle up yet again with over a month until signing day.
Paul is joined by South Carolina HC Shane Beamer after the Gamecocks' huge win over the Florida Gators. Then, SEC Network's Richard Johnson and Spencer Hall of Thinking Out Loud stop by to react to a previous caller's claim that Alabama should fire Nick Saban.
A deflating 40-17 loss to South Carolina on Saturday dropped Florida to 4-5 -- the Gators' first losing record under coach Dan Mullen, who in his brief postgame remarks said: "I didn't see it coming."
— When Shane Beamer accepted the South Carolina job last December, he recalled his days as Steve Spurrier's assistant and the big wins and raucous atmosphere when the Gamecocks were rolling.