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.
Rivalry Week is here, and of course Ohio State has not missed a beat in prepping for Michigan. Come back throughout the day for Saturday's best.
- Mouthguard sensors provide player safety data
- UNC QB Howell out for home finale vs. Wofford
- ESPN 300 WR Greene picks UNC over Clemson
- UNC's Howell may be out with upper-body injury
— Too often for No. 24 N.C. State, rival North Carolina has proven to be the thorn in its side — crashing the party in otherwise successful seasons or, more recently, outright embarrassing the Wolfpack in blowouts.
Let's run through prospects to watch closely this weekend, including a quarterback who has improved throughout the season.
Clemson and Florida State dominated the ACC over the past decade, and that has shown up in recruiting. But which class stood the test of time?
The best week of the college football season is upon us. From the Egg Bowl to The Game and everything in between, let's enjoy the strange, petty, delightful world of the season's best rivalries.
Beyond the obvious protection for teeth and jaws, mouthguard sensors being used by players at several schools this season are providing valuable data to help prevent serious head injuries.
— Playing without quarterback Sam Howell, North Carolina ran for 305 yards to beat Wofford 34-14 on Saturday, becoming bowl eligible in the process.
UNC's Sam Howell, who is ranked as the No. 5 QB prospect for the NFL draft, missed Saturday's home finale with an upper-body injury. He is expected to return for next week's game vs. rival N.C. State.
North Carolina got a big recruiting win on Wednesday when ESPN 300 wide receiver Andre Greene Jr. announced his commitment to the Tar Heels.
UNC coach Mack Brown said QB Sam Howell, dealing with an upper-body injury, could miss his final home game Saturday against Wofford.
— A rare mistake by Kenny Pickett nearly cost No. 25 Pittsburgh.
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.
— For the second straight year, Wake Forest couldn't protect a big second-half lead at North Carolina. This time, though, it likely cost the 10th-ranked Demon Deacons any chance of playing their way deeper into the College Football Playoff race.
North Carolina's new combination, Hawaii's remembrance of Pearl Harbor and TCU's bold look highlight the best uniforms in college football for Week 10.
Can Georgia get even stronger? Will Penn State and LSU address quarterback depth? We break down key recruits for the top 25 classes.
Sam Howell vs. No. 9 Wake Forest, GameDay at No. 6 Cincy and more to watch in Week 10's biggest games
Sam Howell wants the Heisman. Cincinnati wants a spot in the playoff. Are they on track for the goal? All that and more in a crowded Week 10 for college football.
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.