2019 SeasonAll times ET
- Bama fan who killed Auburn trees not paying up
- Sources: HBO, 4 schools discussing access show
- Bama starting LB McMillon to have knee surgery
- Sources: Bama RB Sanders could miss season
The man who pleaded guilty to poisoning the Toomer's Corner trees has a court date to explain why he isn't making $800K restitution payments.
We'll be visiting with the nation's top teams throughout August as they get ready for the season. Come along with us as we travel around the country.
What makes players like Alabama's Jerry Jeudy the most exciting in college football? We have the stats and the highlights for these 15 can't-miss stars.
In honor of college football's 150th anniversary, our metrics rank CFB's elite across every division, from the obvious contenders like Alabama and Notre Dame to small-school powers like Mount Union and Wittenberg.
HBO and four teams -- Alabama, Arizona State, Penn State and Washington State -- are in talks about a show similar to "Hard Knocks" that provides behind-the-scenes access to the programs, sources told ESPN.
Joshua McMillon, a fifth-year senior, will be sidelined for an "indefinite period," coach Nick Saban said Monday.
Our panel of writers rank the top players in college football. Who made the top 50?
Dylan Moses was an ESPN The Magazine coverboy who received scholarship offers in middle school. Now, the Crimson Tide defense is in his hands.
Alabama running back Trey Sanders will have foot surgery, coach Nick Saban said Saturday, while sources confirmed to ESPN that team officials fear the true freshman could miss the entire season.
Alabama coach Nick Saban would like to see schools from Power 5 conferences play at least 10 games a year against Power 5 foes and/or Notre Dame in the regular season, and he said his program is working to make that happen on future schedules.
Mike Tyson gave an impassioned, sometimes funny speech to Crimson Tide players, sharing life lessons, and also spent time with Nick Saban talking about what it takes to be a champion.
Dabo Swinney is tired of the narrative that Clemson won the national championship because Alabama was worn out by a tough SEC schedule and was not rested for the title game.
It's not just Tua Tagovailoa -- Alabama could have four first-round picks in its wide receivers room in Jerry Jeudy, Henry Ruggs, DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle.