Clemson might have fallen short in the national championship game, but for the second straight year, the Tigers enter the season as the top team according to ESPN's Football Power Index.
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The first version of SP+ rankings for 2020 has Alabama at No. 1 and is surprisingly high on Texas. Where does your team fit?
- Dawgs pad O-line with Jones, Van Pran signings
- Georgia lands prized '21 QB recruit Vandagriff
- Georgia hires Monken to be offensive coordinator
- LSU finishes No. 1 in AP Top 25 for third time
New quarterbacks at LSU, Alabama and Oklahoma and familiar coaches in new places have us eager to kick off the 2020 season.
With the 2020 recruiting class in the books, let's take a look at which newcomers could make an immediate impact in their first season.
With signing day behind us, let's look back at last year's true freshman classes that provided the most production, starting with the national champs.
Now that the 2020 recruiting cycle has concluded, we rank college football's top 75 classes.
While there are three SEC schools in the top four of the recruiting class rankings, the team with the No. 1 class is Clemson.
Will Bama start a freshman? How will Georgia move on from Jake Fromm? Which transfers are ready to start? We break down the most interesting QB battles for 2020.
Georgia, Auburn and South Carolina all won during December's signing period. What happened during the February signing day?
We will be providing the latest recruiting news, signings, analysis and class rankings for college football's February signing period.
Georgia coach Kirby Smart added to his offensive line by getting recruits Broderick Jones (No. 9 overall in ESPN 300) and Sedrick Van Pran (No. 68) on national signing day.
While most ESPN 300 prospects signed in December, Wednesday's national signing day will greatly impact college football.
Can transfer QB Jamie Newman jump-start Georgia's offense? Who will play QB for Michigan? Even the best teams have questions heading into next season.
Before a surprisingly interesting second wave of head coach hires, the real intrigue in this year's college coaching carousel came with the coordinator changes.
Joe Burrow is the unanimous No. 1, but the votes differ after that. Here's how NFL scouts predict the QB dominoes will fall in April.
Feel like celebrating next January? Here's what each of the nation's best teams needs to win it all next season.
Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer
Texas A&M has hired former Georgia offensive coordinator James Coley as its new tight ends coach, sources told ESPN on Friday. Coley was demoted last week, after UGA coach Kirby Smart hired former Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Todd Monken to lead his offense. Coley, regarded as one of the top recruiters in the FBS, worked with A&M coach Jimbo Fisher at FSU.
The season just ended, but we're already picking the best of the best for 2020, including Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence and LSU receiver Ja'Marr Chase.
Some college football prospects, including Alabama's next QB, massively increased their stocks ahead of February's national signing day.
The English bulldog is struggling to survive. That might be college football's fault.
In our third installment, we look back at games that impacted the battle for the No. 4 spot in the College Football Playoff, including Baylor taking down TCU.
Future Alabama QB Bryce Young and future Georgia CB Kelee Ringo are among the nation's top football prospects who moved up in the latest ESPN 300 player rankings.
Georgia landed a commitment from Brock Vandagriff, the No. 2 QB prospect in 2021, a move that impacts several other college football programs.