Former Virginia Tech football player Isimemen Etute found not guilty in death of Blacksburg man

May 27, 2022 David M. Hale Close ESPN Staff Writer ACC reporter. Joined ESPN in 2012. Graduate of the University of Delaware. Tonya Simpson Close Tonya Simpson is an award-winning writer for ESPN. She is based in Raleigh, NC and can be reached at Tonya.M.Simpson@espn.com. CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. – Former Virginia Tech football player Isimemen Etute … Read more

FCS All-American LB Diamonte Tucker-Dorsey Transfers to Texas

The NCAA transfer portal is helping to shape perception ahead of the 2022 season, and major decisions are still coming in by the day. Arguably the most coveted player on the market is FCS All-American linebacker Diamonte Tucker-Dorsey, who wrapped up visits to Texas and UCF in the last week. Texas A&M, Auburn, Ole Miss … Read more

Why College Football Playoff needs a Champions League model

While the UEFA Champions League has expanded over the years to its current format, its core ethos up until the mid-1990s was simple: The champion of each European country played its way into a prestigious club competition after winning domestic leagues of varying strength. With its 2021–22 final coming up Saturday, the original “one champion, … Read more

Avery Johnson, Brock Glenn Emerging Among Elite QBs in 2023 Cycle

Arch Manning sets the table for the state of college football recruiting. It’s true both positionally among quarterbacks and when it comes to moving the needle from an interest standpoint. But this offseason continues to reveal more about the depth behind the world’s most famous recruit at the sport’s most important position. Half of the … Read more

What it means for Wisconsin to repost its assistant football coach position | College Football

Jake Kocorowski | Wisconsin State Journal Paul Chryst and the University of Wisconsin football program have taken steps to fill the void left by the resignation of inside linebackers coach Bill Sheridan earlier this month. Sheridan’s departure leaves the Badgers with one of their 10 available assistant positions unfilled. He spent less than three months … Read more

Gators helmet designs through years since pre-1946

The most recognizable part of a football uniform is the helmet, which sets the team apart from all others with its design. Though it hasn’t always been that way, as the years have passed the arrangements adorning a team’s headgear have become more elaborate and ornate while also going through design changes to improve its … Read more

Fortune: Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher have some company in a long history of mentor-mentee coaching beefs

The legendary disciplinarian couldn’t get over his prized protege finally beating him, and nothing was ever the same between the two after that. The head coach and the coordinator on the other side of the ball could never see eye-to-eye on complementary football, creating a frosty relationship between the two despite winning it all together. … Read more

Wasserman: Eli Holstein’s Alabama commitment is a big deal for the Longhorns

Four-star quarterback Eli Holstein of Zachary (La.) High committed to Alabama on Tuesday afternoon. What a day for the Longhorns. On this day, Texas moved another step closer to landing the most influential prospect in recruiting history. That’s the real story here. During any other recruiting cycle, a top-100 quarterback committing to Alabama would be … Read more

Wasserman: Eli Holstein’s Alabama commitment is a big deal for the Longhorns

Four-star quarterback Eli Holstein of Zachary (La.) High committed to Alabama on Tuesday afternoon. What a day for the Longhorns. On this day, Texas moved another step closer to landing the most influential prospect in recruiting history. That’s the real story here. During any other recruiting cycle, a top-100 quarterback committing to Alabama would be … Read more

Nick Saban vs. Jimbo Fisher, NIL payments, recruiting, Alabama, Texas A&M, paying players

A war has broken out between two leading college football coaches, that sums up the sport’s decades-long, under-the-table battle for supremacy – and how it’s all spilling out into the open thanks to an inability from the governing body to run things properly. College football is currently in flux thanks to the introduction of name, … Read more