Humpin through our countdown with a Wednesday collection of six college football stories from around the country.
While a simple "no" to the University of Alabama probably would have sufficed, top running back recruit Elijah Hood made it pretty clear he doesn't want any more mail from the Crimson Tide.
One member of Miami’s 2013 recruiting class has yet to bring his luggage onto campus, but, when he does, he’ll already have some off-field baggage in tow as well.
While hoops dreams might still be in the future of former G.W. Carver and current Auburn quarterback Jeremy Johnson, he’s going to focus first and foremost on football.
Alabama landed its second defensive tackle prospect in as many weeks on Tuesday night when Rochelle, Georgia star Johnny Dwight pledged his commitment to the Crimson Tide.
The SEC politburo left its spring meetings last week without finalizing the conference football schedule for 2014, which probably means one of two things:
The SEC is doing the unthinkable and going over the dead bodies of 13 of its 14 football coaches and upping the ante to a ninth conference game. Or ...