Jackson State, USC and Miami are among the teams to land notable college football recruits before February's signing period.
There will be some familiar faces in new places -- and new names as well -- who will make an immediate impact in the 2022 college football season.
- Cincinnati CB 'Sauce' Gardner making leap to NFL
- RB Ford leaves Bearcats, sets sights on NFL draft
- Sources: LSU set to hire Cincy's Denbrock as OC
- Alabama back in CFP title game, rolls past Cincy
From the College Football Playoff to the Rose Bowl to the Myrtle Beach Bowl, here is the 2021 All-Bowl Team using PFF's advanced metrics.
See how the bowl season impacted the final power rankings of the 2021 college football season.
With the 2021 season behind us already, it's time to start breaking down what 2022 has in store.
Paul is LIVE in Indy at the National Championship Game and has a gauntlet of guests join him to preview the game. Guest include: SEC Network Analyst/Alabama alum Roman Harper, Cincinnati HC Luke Fickell, ESPN Reporter Holly Rowe, and ESPN CFB Analyst/National Champion Tim Tebow.
Big-name college football recruits committing during the Under Armour All-America Game shook up the class rankings.
The bowl games have just been announced, but let's not have that stop us from predicting the final score of every matchup. Check back to see how we fared.
Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner, a consensus All-American and a unanimous choice as the AAC's Defensive Player of the Year in 2021, will enter the NFL draft, he said Tuesday.
Cincinnati running back Jerome Ford, a key component to the Bearcats' run to the College Football Playoff this season, will leave the American Athletic Conference program and enter the NFL draft, the school said on Monday.
Here are the updated SP+ rankings as bowl season heads to a close.
From postgame celebrations to the best on-field moments, follow along for the highlights of bowl season.
LSU is set to hire Cincinnati offensive coordinator Mike Denbrock for the same role, sources told ESPN.
Don't feel too bad, Bearcats. The Tide just did to you what they've done to so many other would-be title contenders.
Alabama ran all over Cincinnati en route to yet another College Football Playoff win, and former players were hyped on social media.
— Brian Robinson Jr. grew up near the Alabama campus watching the Crimson Tide win championships, and wanting to play a big part in one.
No. 1 Alabama defeated No. 4 Cincinnati 27-6 in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. The Crimson Tide will play for the CFP championship against No. 3 Georgia on Jan. 10.
Can the Cowboys go up to Lambeau Field and win a playoff game in January? Tim Tebow joins to preview the Cotton Bowl Classic and tell us why Michigan/UGA is going to be a heavyweight fight.
Huge matchup for the Bengals against the Chiefs on Sunday. The College Football Playoff semifinals are today! Plus, it looks like the Big Ben Era is coming to an end in Pittsburgh. Jeremy Fowler joins to talk about Big Ben and play Hot News or Not News.
As the greatest party-crasher in CFP history, the Bearcats are carrying the banners of UCF, Boise State, Tulane and underdogs everywhere.
Can the Bearcats shock the Tide? Will Michigan's roll continue or will the Dawgs bounce back? We've got all the answers.
Mike Aresco and Chris Doering join Paul to preview tomorrow's CFP Semifinal games
Benjamin Watson, Mike Griffith, and Todd Blackledge join Paul to preview the CFP Semifinal games tomorrow
Roman Harper, Booger McFarland, and Laura Rutledge join Paul to preview the CFP Semifinal games tomorrow
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