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2021 college football recruiting class rankings: Alabama leads top 75 teams after national signing day
With the 2021 recruiting cycle coming to an end, it's Alabama at No. 1 in the class rankings, Ohio State at No. 2 and then everyone else.
- Avalos returning to Boise State as head coach
- Cowboys OC Moore staying, won't join Boise St.
- Boise State names Dickey new athletic director
- Auburn names Boise State's Harsin as new coach
2021 college football recruiting class rankings: Alabama, Ohio State 1-2 entering February's signing day
Ohio State, Georgia and Clemson all have top-five classes entering February's national signing day, but perhaps no one can catch Alabama.
Adam Rittenberg predicts the winners and final scores of every bowl game, including the College Football Playoff.
Andy Avalos, a former player and assistant at Boise State, has been named the Broncos' new head football coach after a two-year defensive coordinating stint at Oregon.
USC, Maryland, Clemson and Nebraska were among the teams to move up in the recruiting class rankings, while Auburn and Florida State fell.
Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore agreed to a multiyear contract with the Cowboys on Saturday, bypassing a chance to join Boise State as its head coach.
Boise State named Jeramiah Dickey, who has been with Baylor since February 2017, its new athletic director.
— Nick Starkel completed 32 of 52 passes for 453 yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 25 San Jose State to its first Mountain West Conference championship, 34-20 over Boise State on Saturday.
While Notre Dame moved up in the 2021 recruiting class rankings, Alabama made a big move by landing one of the top running back prospects.
Two former Broncos lead a strong pool of candidates for a program in need of a new head football coach and athletic director.
Bryan Harsin, who was 69-19 with three Mountain West titles in seven seasons at Boise State, replaces Gus Malzahn, who was fired earlier this month after eight seasons at Auburn.
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One of the strangest college football seasons is finally at its conference championship weeks and the storylines are plentiful. Notre Dame as ACC champion? Can Florida push Alabama? How will Saturday impact the CFP? All this and more.
We rank the top 75 college football recruiting classes in the 2021 cycle during the early signing period.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack look at the CFBP rankings; Finebaum previews the SEC championship; Adelson previews the ACC championship; Luginbill on National Signing Day
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the latest head-scratching College Football Playoff rankings, no one mentioning Texas A&M, David’s Dude and their conference championship picks. Then, Paul Finebaum hops on to discuss Alabama-Florida, if this is Nick Saban’s best team, the favorite to land the Auburn job and if Hugh Freeze will return to the SEC (29:04). Next, Andrea Adelson stops by to talk about Clemson-Notre Dame, why this game will be very different from the first and the improvement the Irish have shown throughout the season (44:16). Finally Tom Luginbill talks National Signing Day, hitting on the toughest recruiting cycle ever in college football, Maryland and Ole Miss trending upward, Michigan and Texas trending downward, and the role the transfer portal will play this offseason (54:28).
Clemson, Texas A&M and Ole Miss all rose up the 2021 recruiting class rankings entering national signing day. But can anyone catch Alabama?
— Hank Bachmeier was 19 of 28 for 181 yards, with one touchdown pass and one interception to help Boise State beat Wyoming 17-9 on Saturday night.
Friday's Boise State-UNLV football game is a no go, the Mountain West Conference said. It is the second straight cancellation for the Broncos.
Boise State says it will resume football practice on Tuesday following the latest round of COVID-19 testing results.
There have been Saturdays with more drama and bigger games. But this week still gave us surprises in the Big Ten, wild finishes and a fake spike for the win.
Boise State announced before kickoff that 14 players were out for its home game against Colorado State on Thursday because of protocols related to COVID-19, but the Broncos managed to defeat the Rams anyway.
Boise State again was without QB Hank Bachmeier on Friday, and transfer Jack Sears started the showdown vs. BYU before leaving in the first quarter because of what appeared to be a concussion.
The CFB Pod: The guys discuss a 2020 playoff expansion and make their Week 10 picks. Plus, Mark Sanchez talks about his time on The Masked Singer
Pollack and Negnadhi kick off the show discussing the need to expand the College Football Playoff for this season, Clemson being in a good spot whether it wins or loses to Notre Dame, playoff hypotheticals, David’s Dude of the Week, how much Jamie Newman opting out really hurt Georgia, why you can’t double Kyle Pitts every snap, Arizona State-USC and their Week 10 picks. Then, Mark Sanchez stops by to talk about his time on The Masked Singer, his love for karaoke, his takeaways from D.J. Uiagalelei’s debut, the Pac-12 kicking off and life after football (47:02).
Alabama flexes, and Ohio State claims its highest spot of the season. Notre Dame hops Clemson ahead of the teams' showdown on Saturday. Oklahoma State falls, Indiana crashes the top ten and more in this week's power rankings.