Looking ahead to an eventful weekend, here are six college football stories from around the country.
He has been waiting for this opportunity for a long time. And if Alabama's annual A-Day Game counts as an audition, Tana Patrick will be a focal point for some Crimson Tide fans Saturday.
The former Arkansas quarterback is the subject of a documentary that is narrated by Nolan Richardson.
At least four Mobile area quarterbacks - Vigor's Devin Adams, UMS-Wright's Gunner Roach, Faith Academy's Malik Rosier and Jackson's Matthew Jordan - have attracted the attention of major college scouts.
There's no way a fan can talk about his team's schedule being tough without coming off as a tremendous whiner. I know this, but I'm going to it anyway.
A closer look at what we learned about this upcoming group of Gators from spring practice.
“I think we’re, and I’m concurring with you, I think what needs to take place, college athletics — particularly football — have changed dramatically throughout my career.
I think it’s in a bad place right now, and I think it’s in a bad place for a variety of different reasons. We’ve allowed it to become money-driven. We’ve allowed it to become TV-driven. We’ve allowed athletic programs or football programs to mean more to a university than what the university was really supposed to be all about.
The last I heard, these were educational institutions, and that’s what it needs to be about. … It’s not driven by values. … It’s driven by dollars and cents, and that’s unfortunate.”