Coastal Carolina, with its season to remember, makes this list multiple times. But what other games cracked the top 25?
While Chris Olave's decision to return to school gives Ohio State a boost next season, other teams are going to have to fill big gaps after their stars declared for the NFL draft.
- WR Olave, DE Smith back to Buckeyes for '21
- Ohio State's Fields, Davis, Togiai headed to draft
- Ohio St. RB Sermon says he's entering NFL draft
- Perfect Tide finish No. 1 in AP poll for 11th time
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Field Yates share their concerns going into this year's NFL Combine, Chris Olave's decision to return to Ohio State, and what kind of draft pick compensation will the Texans get with a potential Deshaun Watson trade?
With DeVonta Smith, Kyle Pitts and Trevor Lawrence among the stars leaving college football, we make early picks for the 2021 All-America team.
Chris Olave, ranked as the No. 7 receiver for the NFL draft by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr., announced Monday that he's returning to Ohio State in 2021, as did defensive end Tyreke Smith.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi is joined by Andrea Adelson, Heather Dinich, Adam Rittenberg and Ivan Maisel to put a bow on the 2020 college football season
Kevin Negandhi is joined by Andrea Adelson, Heather Dinich, Adam Rittenberg and Ivan Maisel to put a bow on the 2020 college football season. They discuss the historical context of a season played during a pandemic, what was different about this year’s Alabama team, why the Big Ten would like to forget this season, if the College Football Playoff ever seriously flirted with the idea of expansion, Sarah Fuller making history, underdog stories, Dabo Swinney’s heel turn, concerns about the current structure of the sport, predictions and hopes for college football for 2021, and Urban Meyer taking the Jacksonville Jaguars job.
Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields, right guard Wyatt Davis and defensive lineman Tommy Togiai declared for the NFL draft on Monday.
Ohio State RB Trey Sermon announced Sunday he is entering the NFL draft.
Here are the best players at every position from this year's bowl season.
Urban Meyer is the new HC of the Jacksonville Jaguars. He spoke for the first time on Friday afternoon, outlining his vision with his new squad. Jim Basquil talks through the legendary coach's jump to the pros. We hear reaction sound from Hall of Fame HC Bill Parcells, and ESPN Radio's Keyshawn Johnson of Keyshawn, JWill, and Zubin.
Alabama, Georgia and Texas are among the teams that have the most ESPN 300 recruiting talent on their rosters entering the 2021 season.
Urban Meyer has come out of retirement and is making the leap to the NFL as the new head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. With a #1 overall pick and tons of cap space, will Urban avoid being a coach who can't hang with the big boys? Arda Ocal discusses. We hear from ESPN Radio's Mike Greenberg on #Greeny, SEC Network's Paul Finebaum, Former Jags OL Leon Searcy, and ESPN NFL Front Office Insider Louis Riddick.
Monday's College Football Playoff National Championship left no doubt as to who was No. 1. Here's the rest of our top 25 to close the season.
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the offensive clinic Alabama put on in the National Championship, Pollack’s vindication, DeVonta Smith’s insane first half performance, Alabama’s 2017 recruiting class, Herbie’s phone call with Saban after the game, the Tide’s defense likely to improve next season, how to fix the gap between the haves and have-nots in the sport and reflections on the 2020 college football season.
Alabama and Ohio State both made the national championship game, and they currently have the Nos. 1 and 2 recruiting classes for 2021, too.
Which players will emerge as stars for the nation's top teams next season? It's never too early to start speculating.
Joe Goodman of AL.com joins Paul to talk about Alabama's historic run to another National Championship run. Callers also touch base with Paul about what they saw last night. Did last night's game actually hurt the perception of college football?
The former commissioner of the SEC, Roy Kramer, and former Alabama QB, Greg McElroy, make sense of the dominance put on display by the Alabama Crimson Tide this season. Callers also talk to Paul about the breathtaking performance of Saban's squad.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the dominant performance from Alabama in the CFP Championship and the MLB planning for 162 games.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss if this Alabama team is the best ever and the concern for Jaylen Waddle on social media.
Joe Tessitore, ESPN Commentator and father of Boston College Kicker, John Tessitore, joins Paul to talk about the historic season we all witnessed. Callers also chime in to talk about the National Championship game.
Time to give the people what they want… Jalen & Jacoby discuss Alabama’s dominant win over Ohio State, Doug Pederson getting fired, Kyrie Irving’s continued mysterious absence, and Tom Brady poking fun at himself and Drew Brees. Plus, Jalen’s fired about tonight’s Wisconsin-Michigan college basketball game.
J&J: The guys discuss Kyrie Irving going MIA on the Nets and throwing large, mask-less indoor birthday party
This is the Jalen & Jacoby podcast-exclusive hour, coming to you every Tuesday and Thursday. The guys discuss Kyrie Irving’s stated reasons for leaving the Nets, Irving getting caught throwing a large mask-less indoor birthday party and what Kevin Durant might think about the situation privately. Then, they talk about Doug Pederson getting fired by the Eagles and why it bothered Jalen that Jaylen Waddle played in the National Championship. Later, voicemails on what to do when your barber messes up and influencing your kids’ rooting interests.
The Right Time: Bama, Lamar, Josh Allen, D'Angelo Russell and your stories of getting kicked out of places!
Bomani Jones discusses Alabama’s win over Ohio State in the National Championship (1:00), including just how the Crimson Tide became so dominant and whether or not it is the “best” way to crown a champion. He then delves into why America is not ready for this weekend’s Josh Allen-Lamar Jackson matchup (22:37) and why D’Angelo Russell asking members of the press for their reactions to last week’s events at the Capitol was so important (30:56). Plus, an IYHH with tech companies flexing their muscles (44:58) and your voicemails from the time when you were “kicked out” of somewhere (56:33). IYHH Stories @anastasiat on Tracy Chapman winning a lawsuit against Nick Minaj: http://n.pr/3oFYLX1 @jacknicas on how Parler, became a test of free speech: http://nyti.ms/39lNTqM @sherifink on LA County urging ambulance crews not to bring to hospitals patients they cannot resuscitate: http://nyti.ms/3bxgE6q