2020 SeasonAll times ET
- QB Finley to start for LSU with Brennan still hurt
- Source: LSU to ban OBJ 2 years over payments
- LSU's Brennan has 'significant' lower-body injury
- Source: Saints still playing at Superdome for now
Dressing up for church or a football game? Marty Smith and Ryan McGee recall their favorite tailgating moments during their time covering college football.
With LSU quarterback Myles Brennan still suffering from a lower-body injury, freshman TJ Finley will get the start Saturday against South Carolina.
Yes, the Big Ten is back. But two of the nine remaining undefeated teams in the FBS -- No. 9 Cincinnati and No. 16 SMU -- face off this weekend, too.
LSU has self-imposed penalties related to the NCAA's investigation into improper booster payments to its football players, a university spokesman confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday.
A NFL superstar is banned from his college football locker room and thinks he and COVID have mutual respect. Huh?
The CFB Pod: The guys look back at Alabama-Georgia and all of the Week 7 action. Plus, what to expect in the Big Ten's opening weekend
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Alabama’s win over Georgia, Mac Jones flying under the radar, Steve Sarkisian changing up the Tide’s offense, why defense no longer wins championship, if Stetson Bennett IV should remain the starter in Athens, Clemson dropping 73 against Georgia Tech, and what to expect from Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan in the Big Ten’s opening weekend.
LSU quarterback Myles Brennan is questionable to play against South Carolina as he deals with what coach Ed Orgeron described as a "significant" lower-body injury.
The Saints will play their next home game in Mercedes-Benz Superdome, a source confirmed to ESPN, but the possibility of playing in front of fans at LSU's stadium in Baton Rouge remains.
The Big Ten is coming, and Alabama and Clemson look unstoppable. What does it mean for the SP+ rankings?
The Big Ten, led by No. 1 team Ohio State, has finally taken the field. What did a wild first weekend mean for the SP+ rankings?
Multiple SEC schools will have revenue from the conference deducted as a result of not following proper COVID-19 protocols, sources told ESPN.
Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu earned the nickname “Honey Badger,” for his fearlessness, speed and dynamic play on the football field. But one trait he doesn’t share with nature’s biggest badass is not caring. Mathieu’s dedication to his teammates and community have made him a leader, on and off the field, in spite of battling and injuries and skepticism about his character. Domonique Foxworth wrote a Cover Story on Mathieu for ESPN.com, and joins the show to break down what makes him a model modern NFL defenseman. Then, how the saga of the LSU-Florida cancellation plays into the bigger story of sports safety and the SEC.
The CFB Pod: The guys preview Georgia-Alabama and give their Week 7 picks. Plus, Ivan Maisel with his early season observations
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing David’s Dude of the Week, team defense across the sport improving as the season goes on, what Georgia’s offense needs to do against Alabama, the issues with LSU’s defense, why Mississippi State has gone 20 straight possessions without a score and their Week 7 picks. Later, Ivan Maisel joins the pod to talk about what has stood out during the early part of the season, Mack Brown’s turnaround at UNC, Tom Herman being in a tough spot at Texas and Spencer Rattler’s growing pains.