Miami and Auburn will play a home-and-home series in 2029 and 2030,
A team like Michigan State may be near Phase 1 of a rebuild, while North Carolina may be nearing the end of its rebuild process.
- Miami, Auburn agree to home-and-home series
- Florida lawmakers agree to reverse NIL bill delay
- Bill to delay Fla. NIL irks players, administrators
- Ex-Miami HC Shannon joins rival FSU as analyst
Miami and North Carolina have the best odds of winning the division, but can either challenge Clemson for ACC supremacy?
Spencer Rattler was one of the notable star 2019 recruits who broke out as a redshirt freshman in 2020. Who fits the bill in 2021?
Randy Moss was an easy call at No. 1, but it got trickier from there. From Steve Largent to Michael Irvin to DeVonta Smith, here are the top wide receivers over the past half-century of college football.
With future rankings on quarterbacks, offenses and defenses in, it's time to look at the big picture. Which college football teams are set up best for success over the next three seasons?
Whether it's a college football recruit who backed up elite film or an underrated player who broke out, here are some prospects who stood out this spring.
Who are the 50 best college football teams to not win a title? From 1983 Auburn to 2018 Alabama to 1947 Michigan, we break down the best seasons that did not result in a consensus championship.
Bomani Jones breaks down what he liked and didn’t like from the opening games of the NBA Playoffs with fans back in the stands. He gets into the Lakers losing Game 1 to the Suns (1:23) and Trey Young barking back at Knicks fans (15:11). Plus, author Bruce Feldman joins for the final installment of The Right Time Book Club on his book ‘Cane Mutiny to discuss why the Miami dynasty didn’t continue on, what life was like during his time as a student there, how he developed the idea for the book and much more (28:23)!
Quinn Ewers and Arch Manning are the top QBs in their respective classes, but who are the best overall recruits no matter their graduation year?
Several former Miami Hurricanes who once thought their clocks as professional athletes had long expired are helping revive and rebrand the sport in a city where it once was celebrated.
The 2021 Draft has come and gone but it's never too soon to start looking in the 2022 Draft class with Todd McShay.
On this edition of NFL Live the crew dives into Todd McShay's way too early 2022 Draft predictions, find out what prospects you should be looking for this upcoming season. Also when will we see Trey Lance take over as QB1 for the 49ers? And the Aaron Rodgers sag continues with him wanting out of Green Bay, are they still competitive with new comer Jordan Love?
Who could go in Round 1 next April? Which quarterbacks are preliminary first-round candidates? Todd McShay offers his way-too-early 2022 NFL mock draft.
While offense seems to be the focus of most winning teams as of late, defense isn't an afterthought. Which teams look in the best shape over the course of the next three seasons?
While perennial title contenders Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State will have to replace quarterbacks this year, Oklahoma returns Spencer Rattler, helping the Sooners take the top spot in our updated offseason rankings.
Florida lawmakers passed a bill Friday afternoon that reinstates this July as the start date for allowing college athletes to make money from endorsements, reversing a brief push to delay the new opportunities by a year.
Football players, coaches and athletic directors in the state of Florida spoke out Thursday in opposition to a bill that would delay for a year the state's plans to allow college athletes to make money from endorsements.
From third-round quarterbacks like Russell Wilson and Joe Montana to tight ends Travis Kelce and George Kittle, here's a look at the best draft sleeper (third round or later) for each team in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
With the NFL draft just days away, here's a look at the top 2022 prospects from each school in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
The Right Time: NBA viewership down...is it LeBron's fault? Also Book Club Part 2 with Alonzo Highsmith!
Bomani Jones tries to get a handle on why this NBA season feels “different” and why viewership is down (1:19). His theory, in a word, LeBron. He also touches on the IOC “banning” athlete protests from the 2021 Olympic games (17:28). Plus, former ‘Canes RB Alonzo Highsmith joins for the next installment of The Right Time Book Club on “’Cane Mutiny” by Bruce Feldman to discuss playing under Howard Schnellenberger and Jimmy Johnson at the University of Miami, as well as how the team balanced swagger with discipline and much more (24:08)!