Here’s hoping you had a blessed and peaceful Independence Day celebration. Restart that heady feeling with six new college football stories from around the country.
The Wildcats didn't win a single SEC game in 2012.
Rating the players according to college (not projected pro) ability.
Mississippi State will need to scratch and claw to get back into the postseason.
When the Red Sox drafted Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel in the 29th round of the Major League Baseball draft, no one seemed more surprised than Driskel.
The University of Nebraska's Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior opens this month in Memorial Stadium's newly expanded east side.
Who will be the movers & shakers in recruiting during July, a month when high school prospects make their last trips to college campuses before shifting focus to their senior season?
Earlier this week, I noticed that five programs --- NC State, Louisville, Rutgers, Texas, and Boston College --- have at least 20 verbal commitments already. Some programs, however, have less less than 12 commitments. Those programs include LSU, UGA, Florida, Oklahoma, Auburn, South Carolina, Stanford, and Washington. Thus, there's plenty of time for movers & shakers. Currently, according to 247Sports, the top 10 team recruiting rankings shape up as follows:
2. Texas A&M
6. Ohio State
8. Florida State
9. Notre Dame