USC, Maryland, Clemson and Nebraska were among the teams to move up in the recruiting class rankings, while Auburn and Florida State fell.
- Satterfield: South Carolina talks 'learning process'
- Satterfield 'listens' to S.C., not leaving L'ville
- Louisville's Satterfield says he's not after SC job
- ACC reshuffles schedule amid Canes' virus issues
While Notre Dame moved up in the 2021 recruiting class rankings, Alabama made a big move by landing one of the top running back prospects.
We rank the top 75 college football recruiting classes in the 2021 cycle during the early signing period.
Mark & Wes talk about which college football teams can become favorites in the ACC and Luke Hancock joins to talk about his concerns with Duke men's basketball ahead of their game against Notre Dame.
Clemson, Texas A&M and Ole Miss all rose up the 2021 recruiting class rankings entering national signing day. But can anyone catch Alabama?
Saturday's biggest throw came from a cornerback ... throwing a shoe. And that wasn't even the day's wildest ending (thanks, MACtion).
— Malik Cunningham threw for 195 yards and accounted for three scores for Louisville, which blitzed past Wake Forest 45-21 Saturday.
Louisville coach Scott Satterfield said Monday he would handle any job opportunity in the future differently, after his informal conversations with South Carolina drew a public backlash from the school's fan base over the weekend.
With Notre Dame set to face Clemson in the championship on December 19th, the ACC has the best title matchup in FBS. the guys help you get ready for the huge rematch as well as breakdown some of the major ACC action from week 14. Plus Clemson’s president Jim Clements won’t pursue the ACC Commissioner job and Louisville Head Coach Scott Satterfield says he’s staying at Louisville.
Louisville coach Scott Satterfield has had a "conversation" with South Carolina about its coaching vacancy, and he continues to say he has no intention of leaving the Cardinals.
Clemson, Notre Dame and North Carolina all moved up in the top 10, while Tennessee, Auburn, USC and Florida State were notable fallers.
— Backup quarterback Dennis Grosel threw for two touchdowns after starter Phil Jurkovec was hurt, and David Bailey ran for two scores before he left with an injury on Saturday as Boston College beat Louisville 34-27.
The CFB Pod: The guys look at the first CFB Playoff rankings, preview Notre Dame-UNC, make their Week 13 picks and talk to Rece Davis
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the first batch of College Football Playoff rankings, Notre Dame heading to North Carolina down two offensive linemen, Northwestern surprisingly smashing Wisconsin, David’s Dude of the Week, Coastal Carolina’s offense, Maryland-Indiana, JT Daniels impressing in his Georgia debut and their Week 13 picks. Later, Rece Davis hops on to talk about being in the spotlight with Northwestern’s success, BYU landing at No. 14, a nightmare playoff scenario for Cincinnati, the deck being stacked against the Pac-12 and the start of the college basketball season (48:39).
After LSU and Georgia made big splashes in recruiting, the SEC owns three of the top four 2021 recruiting classes.
In a statement posted to Twitter on Tuesday night, football coach Scott Satterfield affirmed his commitment to Louisville following a report that he would interview for South Carolina's coaching vacancy.
South Carolina is already open, while Vanderbilt and Tennessee may not be far behind. Will there be a battle for Hugh Freeze? And what's the latest with Jim Harbaugh at Michigan?
Georgia Tech basketball coach Josh Pastner pays the show a visit to get us ready for college basketball & tells us what it's like coaching during a pandemic. We also speak with the ACC Network's Roddy Jones who tells us how big a loss Javian Hawkins will be for Louisville. Plus the guys give their power rankings in "ACCounting" and we announce this week’s ACC football players of the week.
From Ryan Day to Hugh Freeze to Dana Holgorsen, we dissect some of the most promising -- and troubling -- starts.
Miami's next three games have been rescheduled as a result of COVID-19 issues inside the program, forcing multiple ACC games to be shuffled.