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Top247 wide receiver Josh Malone, one of the University of Tennessee's top targets in the 2014 class, announced his commitment to the Vols on Wednesday.
Gary Patterson has looked in-state to add some new blood to his offensive staff.
Washington Huskies need to replace Steve Sarkisian and could look to Alabama OC Doug Nussmeier. Jeff Tedford is in play for Wyoming.
Alabama has added its 24th commitment and 2nd pledge of the week with Scooba (Miss.) East Mississippi C.C. defensive tackle Jarran Reed pledging to the Tide.
This season has been about comebacks, but Missouri rising to national-title player may be even more improbable than SEC title game foe Auburn's rally.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly joins Chip Patterson on the Eye On College Football Podcast to discuss the Irish's 8-4 season and Chuck Martin's hire at Miami (Ohio).
Yesterday saw the highs and lows of what it's like to experience a coaching search; something Washington fans haven't had to endure for several years.
LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger will not play in the Tigers' upcoming bowl game after being diagnosed with a torn ACL, according to a report
25-year-old Angel Garcia was pronounced dead after a four-story fall.
The Nittany Lions will undergo a small staff shakeup, losing longtime linebackers coach Ron Vanderlinden and two-year quarterbacks coach Charlie Fisher.
Brett Hundley tells Jim Rome that any decision on the NFL Draft will have to wait until after the Bruins' bowl game.
The Ducks' return to the top of the Pac-12 conference took a big step forward with their star quarterback and center Hronnis Grassu announcing they are returning for 2014.
Despite reports of interest from Washington, Jim Mora will remain the head coach at UCLA. He and UCLA agreed to a six-year extension on his current deal.
Two key pieces of the Oregon offense will be back in 2014 with quarterback Marcus Mariota and center Hroniss Grasu announcing they will return.
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