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Todd McShay ranks his top 32 prospects in the 2020 NFL draft class, which includes plenty of potential first-round wide receivers.
- New Year's 6 set; Michigan-Bama in Citrus Bowl
- Tua: Tough to pass on draft if top 10-15 pick
- Utes, Sooners up a spot as CFP top 4 unchanged
- Tua will lean on family as he ponders NFL draft
Oklahoma receiver CeeDee Lamb vs. LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. just might top the list of intriguing bowl-game battles.
College football programs look to the juco ranks to find instant impact and improve depth. Which players can make an impact in 2020?
Who are the best high school football prospects this past decade? Kyler Murray, Leonard Fournette and Jadeveon Clowney are some familiar names.
The injured Alabama quarterback has a decision to make. What exactly is this injury? And how high could he go in the draft? We have answers.
LSU's record-setting quarterback holds his spot atop our rankings as the Heisman front-runner. Justin Fields, Chase Young and Jalen Hurts follow.
Defenders rising. Playmakers all over the board. And elite quarterbacks to build around. Mel and Todd kick off NFL draft season.
Kevin Negandhi and Kirk Herbstreit kick off the podcast discussing Herbie's insane travel schedule last week, if the committee got it right between No. 1 and No. 2, LSU's defensive awakening, why Clemson might be even better this season than last, Jalen Hurts' playoff experience and Joe Burrow running away with the Heisman (20:32). Later, the guys get into their initial thoughts on the playoff matchups (29:14), which other bowl games jumped off the slate, Herbie's interview with Tua Tagovailoa and his parents (35:39), coaching moves (45:20) and listener questions.
Baylor and Georgia will meet in the Sugar Bowl; Virginia and Florida face off in the Orange Bowl; Oregon will see Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl; Memphis will clash with Penn State in the Cotton Bowl.
It's College Football Playoff and bowl season. Here's how SP+ sees everyone stacking up heading into the postseason.
See how our experts envision the entire bowl schedule with the final selections so close to being announced.
Three teams remain undefeated, but the Tigers make the best case for being No. 1.
Alabama has Mac Jones and Taulia Tagovailoa for 2020, but No. 24 prospect Bryce Young is confident he can be the heir to Tua Tagovailoa.
With multiple first-round talents, this is the deepest and most talented wide receiver class since 2014.