Florida State, Oklahoma, Florida, Penn State and Miami are among the schools who have taken advantage of the transfer portal this offseason.
From blue-chip recruits to impact transfers to new coaches, these are the fresh faces who could make a big difference in 2021.
- Miami head coach Diaz to call defensive plays
- Ex-OU receiver Rambo transfers to play for Miami
- Stoops, Romo among 2021 college HOF class
- Hurricanes tight end Jordan declares for draft
Ryan Day, Mack Brown and other second-year coaches have had time to build relationships and show what they're capable of on the recruiting trail.
In a 2021 class loaded with QB talent, where does Justin Fields fit in? Mel Kiper updates his position and overall rankings for the class.
Bill Connelly breaks down his yearly SP+ projections and sees how they line up with the Way-Too-Early 2021 Top 25.
Breaking down prospective breakouts by looking at which college football teams will return the most production next season.
The 2021 ACC college football schedule is out. Here's a complete look at each team's slate.
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.
Miami Hurricanes head coach Manny Diaz will handle defensive playcalling duties beginning next season.
Wide receiver Charleston Rambo, who caught 25 passes for 312 yards and three touchdowns in 10 starts for the Sooners this season, has transferred to play for Miami, he announced Tuesday.
We present the best of college football bowl season, from the Myrtle Beach Bowl to the national championship.
The College Football Playoff crowned its next champion in Miami. Take a look at the rest of the CFP and bowl season.
Adam Rittenberg predicts the winners and final scores of every bowl game, including the College Football Playoff.
Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer of USC, Clemson running back C.J. Spiller and Eastern Illinois star Tony Romo headline the 2021 College Football Hall of Fame class announced Monday.
Jose Borregales joins the show to talk about winning the Lou Groza Award and preparing for the NFL draft, then Muffet McGraw joins to talk about how the women's basketball season is heating up.
Hurricanes TE Brevin Jordan declared for the NFL draft on Thursday.
Miami quarterback N'Kosi Perry, who started nine games during his Hurricanes career, has entered the NCAA transfer portal.
Who should win college football's most prestigious awards? Who actually will? We break it all down.
Who has the best shot at bringing home the Heisman next season? Here's an early breakdown of the players you'll likely hear a lot of come fall.
Miami QB D'Eriq King suffered a torn ACL in his right knee during the Cheez-It Bowl on Tuesday and will have surgery. It is the same knee in which he suffered a torn meniscus in 2018 while at Houston.
Miami starting quarterback D'Eriq King had to be helped off the field after suffering a right leg injury in the first half of Tuesday's Cheez-It Bowl.
— Spencer Sanders threw for 305 yards and four touchdowns, and Oklahoma State held off No. 18 Miami for a 37-34 victory in the Cheez-It Bowl on Tuesday.
We give a listen to the best quotes from the coaches in the ACC this season…probably the best conference cuts we’ve ever put together all wrapped into one. Plus Brian Kelly says “Notre Dame has nothing to prove”. We hear from coach as he prepares to take on Alabama in the College Football playoffs. And we visit with ACCN Sideline reporter Katie George who gets us ready for today's "Cheez-it Bowl" between Oklahoma State and Miami.
The guys get you ready for this afternoon's Cheez-it Bowl between Oklahoma State and Miami and how important the game is for the Hurricanes who are 1-9 in their last 10 bowl games. We also hear from Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly who thinks the Irish have nothing to prove in their matchup with Alabama. Plus we hear a portion of Pack's interview with Dabo Swinney from his radio show.
Miami quarterback D'Eriq King announced Saturday that he will return to the team for the 2021 season, which is huge news for the Hurricanes.