You can argue they're the two most important people on the field. So who are the top QB-coach duos in college football?
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Caleb Williams, the No. 1-ranked dual-threat quarterback in the 2021 class and No. 15 overall in the ESPN 300, committed to Oklahoma on Saturday. Williams picked the Sooners over LSU and Maryland.
- Top dual-threat QB Williams commits to Sooners
- Riley: Prefer fall, but spring football 'very doable'
- 14 OU players test positive as workouts begin
- Stoops, Pinkel on College Football HOF ballot
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley said on Friday that while he's still hopeful for a fall season, spring football is "very doable."
As the Sooners' voluntary workouts began in Norman, Oklahoma, on Wednesday, the school announced 14 positive tests among the players, as well as some cost-cutting measures across the athletic department.
Former coaches Bob Stoops and Gary Pinkel highlight the newest nominees for the College Football Hall of Fame.
Kordell Stewart to Michael Westbrook. Doug Flutie to Gerard Phelan. This week's Throwback Thursday celebrates the greatest college football endings of all time (7 p.m. ET on ESPN and The App).
Lincoln Riley joins David Pollack and Kevin Negandhi to discuss the message to his players following the death of George Floyd and protests across the country, bringing players back to campus during a pandemic, getting players back up to speed without spring practice, and his success coaching quarterbacks. Later, David and Kevin talk about what to expect from Oklahoma in the fall and if they can make it back to the College Football Playoff.
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley is afraid some coaches around the country might push the limits with voluntary workouts.
You can get a good sense of which teams are legit title contenders based on how many things they need to go right to win it all. The fewest questions, the best chance. At Alabama, it all starts with QB Mac Jones.
We sorted the NFL's best players by college conference and built the best lineups. Now we stack them 1-6 to see which group has ultimate bragging rights.
A new season of college football on the horizon (we hope anyway) carries a new set of QB questions. Here's what we want to know.