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Kent St. DB will appeal for immediate eligibility
Defensive back Qwuantrezz Knight will appeal to play immediately for Kent State after transferring to the school in the wake of Maryland's Jordan McNair scandal. The NCAA had previously denied his request.
State of Tenn. honors Peyton, Cutcliffe, Lawson
Peyton Manning, David Cutcliffe and Kara Lawson were among a slate of accomplished individuals inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday night.
Future Power Rankings: It's good to be Clemson, but who comes next?
Which teams will be the best in college football over the next three years? Our Future Power Rankings break down the Top 25.
Trevor Lawrence might be the most NFL-ready sophomore ever ... so now what?
Clemson's star quarterback could've been a top-five pick if he were eligible for this year's draft, but Lawrence wants more out of life before he conquers the NFL.
QB Morris chooses to play for father at Arkansas
Arkansas head coach Chad Morris gained a future quarterback on Friday and also has the opportunity to coach his son in Fayetteville as Chandler Morris, the No. 237 ranked prospect in the 2020 class, announced his commitment to Arkansas.
Texas A&M first from SEC to expand alcohol sales
Texas A&M on Thursday became the first SEC program to announce it would sell beer and wine to the general public at Kyle Field, after the alcohol ban was lifted at this year's SEC spring meetings.
QB recruit Chandler Morris' decision: Dad and Arkansas or Dabo and Clemson?
Chandler Morris, the son of Arkansas coach Chad Morris, is a coveted recruit. But Dad has to fight for a recruiting victory over Dabo Swinney, his former neighbor.
Revisiting the 2018 class: Recruits who had the biggest impacts
The Class of 2018 stormed onto the college football scene just last season. Here are the prospects who have made huge impacts so far for their respective teams.
Book excerpt: Marty Smith and Nick Saban talk family and football
Marty Smith and Nick Saban talk about their fathers and football in this excerpt of his forthcoming book, "Never Settle: Sports, Family, and the American Soul."
Vols OL McBride quitting for health reasons
Tennessee Volunteers freshman offensive lineman Melvin McBride tweeted Wednesday that he's giving up football due to health problems.