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Sure, Baker Mayfield took home the Heisman, but there's another prize for the Oklahoma QB and others up for postseason honors. Players are talking on the red carpet and backstage, hoping for info about their postseason opponents.
A memorandum of understanding signed by Greg Schiano and former Vols AD John Currie shows Schiano would have made $27.7 million over more than six years as coach at Tennessee.
Phil Bennett says he met twice with new Sun Devils coach Herm Edwards before deciding he would step down as defensive coordinator after the Sun Bowl.
Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen says his injured throwing shoulder is better than 90 percent recovered, but it's still too early to say whether he will be able to play in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Dec. 22. Allen wants to play if healthy enough.
Sonny Dykes was already back in Texas. Now he's a head coach in his home state for the first time.
Mike Houston, who guided James Madison to the 2016 FCS national championship, has agreed to a 10-year contract extension that will keep him with the Dukes through 2027.
Jacob Park, who started this season as Iowa State's starting quarterback, has asked to be released from the program. Park went on indefinite leave in October, citing a struggle to balance football, school and fatherhood.
Headlined by Heisman winner Baker Mayfield at QB and Butkus winner Roquan Smith at linebacker, here is ESPN's 2017 All-America team.
Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor and Georgia's Jake Fromm took center stage for two playoff contenders. After their performances, they headline the year's best freshmen.
A bumper crop of quarterbacks are on their way to the NFL draft, but the cupboard certainly isn't bare heading into 2018.
As much as the Trojans wanted a Rose Bowl return -- this time as a CFP semifinalist -- they know reclaiming the Pac-12 title is an important step.
New Florida State coach Willie Taggart will be implementing a faster-paced offense, but one that comes with simpler schemes and calls.
Shea Patterson's decision to transfer from Ole Miss to Michigan will fuel the quarterback competition that Jim Harbaugh always covets.
Intriguing matchups and unfamiliar opponents can lead to new stars emerging from bowl season. Here are a few who could surprise.
While the bowl season boasts some great contests between top-notch programs, it will be the individual matchups that make the games intriguing.
The playoff is set. After some controversy, Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia and Alabama are in. Here's a look at the matchups.
Joshua Moore, the No. 36-ranked prospect in the 2018 class, on Sunday became the fourth ESPN 300 prospect and highest rated to decommit from Nebraska since Oct. 31.
Georgia native Trey Hill, the nation's top offensive guard and No. 27-ranked prospect in the class of 2018, decided to stay in his home state for college, committing to the Bulldogs on Monday.
Given a second chance by the playoff committee, the Crimson Tide are eager to make adjustments after a difficult November.
Alabama as the team with something to prove? No more Deshaun Watson? And Jalen Hurts with another year of experience? While the third installment of this trilogy calls to mind the first two classics, it will actually be very different.