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How Nick Saban and Tuscaloosa formed an 'unbreakable bond' after a tornado 10 years ago
A coaching nomad of three decades who was widely expected to leave Alabama one day, Nick Saban instead put down roots after the deadly tornado a decade ago.
Two brothers, two different paths, one shared goal: The Surratts' journey to the NFL draft
Chazz and Sage Surratt have often had overlapping journeys. Now both are on course to be selected in the 2021 NFL draft.
Program to lift minority football coaches launched
The National Coalition of Minority Football Coaches launched its first Coalition Academy this week aimed at helping help advance the careers of minority coaches.
Which college football transfers will make an impact in 2021?
The NCAA has approved a one-time waiver that will allow transfers to have immediate eligibility. Who are the most important players to switch teams this offseason?
NCAA panel formally approves new transfer rules
The NCAA has officially approved a plan that will allow all college athletes to transfer one time as an undergraduate without having to sit out a season.
D-I regular recruiting calendars to resume June 1
Division I sports will return to their regular recruiting calendars beginning on June 1, the NCAA announced on Thursday.
Ex-Nebraska player not guilty of sexual assault
A Lancaster County jury found former Nebraska football player Katerian LeGrone not guilty of sexual assault on Thursday.
Wide receiver Worthy decommits from Michigan
Wide receiver Xavier Worthy, the No. 61-ranked prospect in the 2021 class, announced Thursday he has asked for a release from the national letter of intent he signed with Michigan in December.
Purdue All-America RB Keyes dies at age 74
Leroy Keyes, a two-time All-America running back at Purdue and a College Football Hall of Fame member, died Thursday at 74.
Why wide receivers are taking over the NFL draft
Not only are more wide receivers getting drafted seemingly every year, but they're contributing in the NFL right away. What's behind the trend and what does it mean for the position in the future?