— Kyren Williams and No. 13 Notre Dame's offensive line took a big step forward Saturday night, withstanding Southern California's fourth-quarter rally for a 31-16 victory.
In the 2019 recruiting class, Kayvon Thibodeaux was No. 1, Derek Stingley Jr. was No. 18 and Breece Hall wasn't in the top 300. How do they stack up now?
- M. Williams, No. 50 recruit in '22, flips to Georgia
- Salata, creator of Mr. Irrelevant Award, dies at 94
- Source: USC QB Dart undergoes knee surgery
- USC QB Slovis back with 1st team as Dart sits
How do Georgia, Clemson, Texas, Alabama and Ole Miss separate themselves in the Arch Manning sweepstakes? Plus, which top prospects committed this week?
Drake London is a rising star at wide receiver, and he hasn't even reached his full potential.
High praise for Pittsburgh's Kenny Pickett, a top-10 road underdog in the Big 12 and more ahead of Week 7.
Defensive end Mykel Williams, the No. 50-ranked recruit in 2022, has flipped his commitment from USC to Georgia.
Despite the week-to-week chaos of the 2021 season, the truly elite teams are starting to separate themselves in the SP+ rankings.
Paul Salata, who created the Mr. Irrelevant Award that honors the last selection of the NFL draft after playing football at USC and in the NFL and Canadian Football League, died Saturday. He was 94.
Pro Football Focus crunches the midseason numbers to determine which players should be leading the chase for college football's prestigious awards.
From the top college football prospects who are still taking visits to the teams that have had strong classes, we take a broad look at the recruiting world.
Fresh off the ESPN 300 update, Alabama moves past Notre Dame in search of back-to-back No. 1 classes, while Oklahoma and Georgia are also climbing.
Which players are standing out as the college football season hits the midpoint?
With the season about halfway through, it's time to look at LSU, USC and the other carousel hot spots, as the cycle of coaching changes gets closer.
We're at the halfway point of the regular season. Here are our reporters' breakdowns on Heisman candidates, surprises, disappointments and what's in store for the rest of the season.
On the heels of a dominant Ohio State win and Alabama's upset loss, the Buckeyes are No. 2 in the latest SP+ rankings, behind only Georgia.
Sam Howell flipping from FSU to UNC and Bryce Young decommitting from USC have had massive ripple effects in the college football world.
Following Oregon's loss to Stanford on Saturday, the conference is in disarray, and it seems like the Pac-12 will be left out of the CFP yet again.
Could Luke Fickell be on the move after putting together an incredible run at Cincinnati? Here are five non-Power 5 coaches who could find themselves in bigger jobs come 2022.
Ohio State is coming on strong in the SP+ rankings, nearly overtaking Alabama for the No. 2 spot.
— Drake London's big plays helped Southern California snap out of its doldrums while keep the Colorado Buffaloes mired in their malaise.
Could Lane Kiffin be the frontrunner for the USC job if Ole Miss beats Alabama? ESPN's Keyshawn Johnson seems to think so, and the fellas reacted to Key's statement. And, former LA Rams player and current LA Rams Analyst, D'Marco Farr came in studio with the boys to talk about this Sunday's big Rams/Cardinals matchup and how the Rams will have to stop Arizona's Kyler Murray. Plus, "Fact Or Cap" with the best mob movie ever and some "Price Is Right" love.
Kiper's Big Board rankings for the 2022 NFL draft: QB risers and fallers, plus new prospects in the top 25
Mel Kiper updates his rankings for next year's NFL draft, including big changes at QB, WR and more in the top 25 overall.
ESPN Patriots Reporter Mike Reiss & ESPN Buccaneers Reporter Jenna Laine join the show to get you ready for the Bucs/Patriots matchup. Plus, the guys take their pick on NFL QB matchups this week. Also, Keyshawn explains why Lane Kiffin could be the front runner for the USC job this week.
We take a look at where things stand with the five-star prospects in the class of 2022 -- as well as the No. 2 prospect in 2023, Arch Manning.