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College football recruiting: Which teams are overperforming and which are underperforming?
When it comes to college football's 2022 recruiting class, which teams are exceeding expectations and which schools aren't meeting their standards?
Texas Longhorns' 'bull's-eye got a little bit bigger' with SEC move, coach Steve Sarkisian says
New Texas coach Steve Sarkisian said on Thursday that he knows the Longhorns will be a target for opposing fans: 'Our bull's-eye got a little bit bigger.'
Robert Griffin III joining ESPN as NFL, college football analyst but still wants to play
Robert Griffin III has not totally shut the door on his NFL career, but he is taking the next step toward his future beyond the playing field by joining ESPN as a college football and NFL analyst.
Michigan State athletic director Bill Beekman stepping down; national search for replacement to begin
Bill Beekman, who took over as MSU's athletic director in the wake of the Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal, is stepping down to become the university's vice president for strategic initiatives.
Notre Dame to play Navy in college football game at MetLife Stadium in 2024
Notre Dame and Navy will play at MetLife Stadium in 2024, making the eighth time that the college football teams will play each other at the venue.
SEC extends commissioner Greg Sankey through 2026
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey, lauded for his ability to "effectively introduce change and advancement for the conference," has agreed to an extension through 2026, it was announced.