The coaching carousel led to many players entering the transfer portal. Which teams improved the most?
Jackson State, USC and Miami are among the teams to land notable college football recruits before February's signing period.
- Big Ten adds cross-divisional games to '22 slate
- Sources: Indiana hires Minnesota assistant as DC
- Ex-Mizzou QB Bazelak joins Hoosiers out of portal
- Indiana hires ex-UMass coach Bell as new OC
To accommodate adjustments that were made in 2020 due to COVID-19, the Big Ten revised its 2022 college football schedule to add two cross-divisional games and to move around other notable games.
Indiana is hiring Chad Wilt to be the Hoosiers' new defensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Rittenberg. Wilt served as Minnesota's defensive line coach the past two seasons.
Big-name college football recruits committing during the Under Armour All-America Game shook up the class rankings.
Connor Bazelak, who left Missouri to enter the transfer portal after throwing for 5,058 yards with 25 TDs over two seasons, has committed to play for Indiana.
National signing day means many top college football recruits will commit. In turn, there will be significant movement in the class rankings.
With national signing day on Wednesday, we rank the top 50 college football recruiting classes in the 2022 cycle.
Former UMass head coach Walt Bell has been hired by Indiana to be the school's new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State have established themselves as consistent recruiting powers. But who has the No. 1 class from the past 10 years?
Quarterback Michael Penix Jr. has entered the transfer portal after four injury-plagued seasons at Indiana.
Oklahoma plummeted after Lincoln Riley departed, and Notre Dame looks to stay in the top five after losing Brian Kelly to LSU.
Was UMass' October win over UConn enough to keep the Minutemen from being our best worst team in college football?
Indiana has fired offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan, and coach Tom Allen has accepted a pay cut to help facilitate the move.
— Quarterback Aidan O'Connell started his Purdue career as a walk-on.
It all comes down to this: The top two bottom teams square off for the dishonor of being the worst of the worst.
— Tyler Nubin’s interception gave Minnesota a chance to swing Saturday’s game.
Our top bottom team pulled off a major upset, but two others couldn't turn a spark into a blaze of glory.
Did Oklahoma's loss to Baylor open the door for Michigan, Notre Dame or Oklahoma State?
— Rutgers coach Greg Schiano started Saturday without his top three linebackers.
We break down college football's biggest recruiting battles and the most sought-after players the top schools are competing for.