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Sounds like a good idea, right? Let committed players sign before the February date. But as one SEC official says, be careful what you wish for.
Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott got a tattoo of the College Football Playoff trophy to commemorate the Buckeyes' 2014 national championship.
Former TCU defensive end Devonte Fields committed to Louisville.
Bret Bielema told ESPN that the Miami Dolphins did not want to draft Russell Wilson in the second round.
Iowa wide receiver Tevaun Smith broke Odell Beckham's Guinness world record for the most one-handed catches in one minute.
Michigan quarterback Russell Bellomy announced he will transfer.
Tom Fornelli and Chip Patterson break down the top five-star prospects who have yet to commit in preparation for National Signing Day.
Central Michigan still needs a football coach, and apparently it's not going to be Brady Hoke getting the job.
Ohio State might be added to Army's schedule later this decade, Knights athletic director Boo Corrigan told the Times Herald-Record.
Arian Foster said during a radio interview that he received between $40,000 and $50,000 while at Tennessee, but then later said he was joking.
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 best returning running backs.
Former Gators defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. took out a half-page newspaper ad to thank Florida fans for their support.
Offshore sportsbook Bovada issued its first 2015 Heisman Trophy odds on Friday with Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott receiving the shortest odds.
The Seahawks' reputation for speaking their minds extended this week to Richard Sherman's and Michael Bennett's thoughts on the NCAA and the college football system.
College football came closer to the Super Bowl than ever before with its first playoff -- and it came without the sideshows prevalent in the NFL.
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