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Todd Gurley and Combine star Chris Conley assure that this year's draft class will offer more flash than last year's crop -- which featured the least number of Bulldogs selected since 1991. Who are the "other" Georgia prospects likely to be drafted and what lies in store for 2016?
Saturday was filled with spring games across the country. Sometimes there are winners and losers, sometimes there are stars but mostly we just don't want anyone to get hurt.
Since head coach Dan Mullen arrived at Mississippi State, the Bulldogs have produced at least one NFL draft pick each of the last five years, including six top-100 selections over that span. That streak will be extended another year with the 2015 class and likely make it eight top-100 picks in the Mullen era with defensive end Preston Smith and linebacker Benardrick McKinney projected as top-60 draft selections.
LSU cornerback Jalen Collins, a projected second round pick by NFLDraftScout.com, had "multiple failed" drug tests while in college.
UAB linebacker Derek Slaughter wore his helmet during his graduation ceremony as a form of peaceful protest.
Boise State quarterback Ryan Finley was arrested Saturday morning on charges of a minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage and resisting or obstructing officers.
With his NFL future murky at best, Ray Rice returned to Rutgers to deliver a message to its current players ahead of their spring game.
Peyton Manning has contributed to Tennessee yet again, giving $3 million to the Vols to honor staffers and upgrade facilities.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel received a contract extension and a raise on Friday.
Tennessee wide receiver Von Pearson was named as a suspect in an alleged rape.
Cal's wide receivers coach/recruiting coordinator Pierre Ingram was dismissed following an arrest for soliciting a prostitute.
Every Friday, the Friday Five will rank something in the world of college football -- anything and everything from the logical to the illogical. This week, we rank the most underpaid coaches in the Power Five conferences.
Todd Graham believes it's college football teams' patriotic duty as Americans to play tougher schedules.
The NCAA on Friday announced that Oklahoma State did violate some of its rules, but the penalties levied against the Cowboys are relatively minor.
Turnabout being fair play and all, Jim Harbaugh wants SEC coaches to know they're welcome in Ann Arbor.
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