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What does LSU AD hire mean for Tigers ... and Texas A&M?
LSU has hired athletic director Scott Woodward away from Texas A&M. Here are the high-level implications for both schools.
UCF QB McKenzie Milton's journey, in his own words: 'I got hurt for a reason'
"I want to be an even better player, and I think I can be. I'm going to be better as a teammate. I'm going to be better as a leader. That's where it starts."
Hall of Famer Gregg remembered as gentle giant
Forrest Gregg, who died Friday at age 85 after a long fight with Parkinson's, was celebrated Wednesday in a public church service.
USC QB Fink in portal, seeking more playing time
USC quarterback Matt Fink has entered the transfer portal but says he would be open to staying at the school if a better option doesn't materialize.
Woodward named LSU AD to replace Alleva
Athletic director Scott Woodward is leaving Texas A&M to take on the same role at LSU after Joe Alleva said Wednesday he will leave his post for a new position at the university.
Notre Dame selects first female to be leprechaun
Ohio's Lynette Wukie is the first woman selected since the leprechaun became Notre Dame's official mascot in 1965. "This is what I'm meant to be doing," she said.
Ex-starting QB Carter to transfer from TTU
Texas Tech's McLane Carter, who began last season as the Red Raiders' starting quarterback, said he is transferring from the school.
Numbers game: UF's Mullen takes dig at Dawgs
Florida coach Dan Mullen used the Gators' spring game attendance (39,476) to poke fun at rival Georgia, which has gone 39 years and 476 games since its last national title.
College Football Playoff Predictor: Michigan makes the top four
Clemson and Alabama are, unsurprisingly, the two clear favorites to make the playoff. But Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines are the next-most likely team.
Projecting the most likely Pro Bowl players in the 2019 NFL draft
Linebacker Devin White has the best chance to be a star, according to our projection model. Here's who joins him and who is being overrated.