Devin Hester Looking Forward To Best Return Yet
by Zachary Doleiden
For the first time since 2006, the Chicago Bears will take the field Week 1 without dangerous return specialist Devin Hester waiting back deep, licking his chops at the opportunity to take another kickoff to the house...
Safety Is Priority No. 1 For Browns In Free Agency
by Steven King
Safety first. That is the message on the sign posted at the gate to the construction site as GM Ray Farmer and coach Mike Pettine get their first crack together at rebuilding the Cleveland Browns...
Falcons Could Go Incognito To Sneak Back Into Playoffs
by Timotheus Gordon
The Atlanta Falcons are ready to go shopping for better talent when free agency officially kicks off this week. Perhaps most importantly, the team must add more depth and aggression to an injury-riddled offensive line...
Patriots Are A Player Or Two From Another Title
by Philippe Moreau
With the NFL salary cap going from $123 million to $133 million this offseason, many teams will look to benefit and try to improve their rosters through free agency...
MAC Coaches: Who Deserves A Statue?
by Thomas Delves
The MAC has been a starting place for countless coaches. John Harbaugh, a 1984 graduate of Miami University, is being inducted into the Cradle of Coaches this April...
Will Akron "Zip" By With 13 Recruits?
by Lana Sache
For a team that lost most of its defensive line and several key starters from last season, a sparse 13-player recruiting class is not something that Akron had planned on this offseason...
Ranking The Big Ten West: Wisconsin On Top
by Marco Scola
It's March, which means we're still about five months away from kickoff in the Big Ten West, but it's prime prognosticating season...
State Of Florida: Recruiting Doesn't Equate To Winning
by Craig Stephens
National Signing Day has come and gone. Recruiting sites have ranked classes and made projections. But did we actually learn anything? Everyone knows that some heralded recruits fizzle out, while some ignored recruits blossom on Saturdays...
Most Missed Players In The Pac-12 South
by Jordan Hamm
Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey may be the player missed most in the Pac-12 South this season, but other teams will miss offensive skill players as well, like soon-to-be-drafted Colorado receiver Paul Richardson...
Getting A Lift: Ducks Working Hard In Weight Room
by John Baker
Oregon's Schedule Full Of Opportunity
by John Baker
If you squint your eyes a little, it's not hard to look at Oregon's 2014 football schedule and see a potential perfect season and trip to the College Football Playoff...
Most people, even people with sweet public sector, union-protected tenure jobs, don't get to pick when they retire. Sure, some do. They're the canary in the coal mine...
FBS Deputy Editor
The more I see and hear about college football's ill-fated "pace of play" rule, a.k.a. "The Saban Rule," the more I think about Panasonic and their "Internet Pecker" from 1996...
Big 12 Contributor
The quarterback situation in the Big 12 is always known to be somewhat of a revolving door. Oklahoma started last year with a two-quarterback system, unsure of who should or could handle the job...
The Second-Best Defensive End Prospect: Ealy Or Ford?
by Bill Lund
At the beginning of the 2013 college football season, Kony Ealy of Missouri was projected to as be a possible first-round defensive end. By season's end, it was Ealy's linemate Michael Sam who became the SEC Defensive MVP...
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The Final Grades are in for the 2013 San Diego Chargers' Offense
by Thomas Conroy and Andrew Burer
The San Diego Chargers ended the 2012 campaign with a disappointing 7-9 record, and the feeling surrounding the team was that their window of opportunity to contend for a Super Bowl title had officially closed...
Chicago Bears Mock Draft
by Adam Benovic
We've gotten to that point again where it is time to stop looking at the previous season and start looking forward. Big moves are going to be made. Fancies will be tickled and jimmies rustled...
Michigan Early Enrollees Likely To Have Stellar Spring
by Brad Vonck
The learning curve is vast for most high school athletes looking to make the transition to college-level football during their freshman years...
Big Ten’s Best: Top Players At The NFL Combine
by Matt Natali
Of the major college football conferences, only the SEC (528) has had more players selected in the NFL Draft than the Big Ten (455) since 2000...