Florida and Texas A&M should sustain 2018 breakthroughs, while TCU and Wisconsin are primed to be among the top bounce-back candidates.
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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.
- Va. Tech DC Foster stepping down after season
- Beamer, Spurrier to coach in Polynesian Bowl
- QB battle in spotlight at Hokies' spring game
- Ex-Hokies QB Jackson heading to Maryland
It defies logic and coaching -- but it's taking over college football. Because one hand is always more fun than two.
Bud Foster, the longtime Virginia Tech defensive coordinator, will retire at the end of the 2019 season.
Which school is the real QBU? What about DBU? ESPN Stats & Info did the math and broke down which colleges can lay claim to producing the best at each position in the BCS and CFP eras.
Can Miami find a competent quarterback? Will Virginia Tech's defense bounce back? Could Pitt repeat as division champ? We dig into these questions and more in our ACC Coastal team previews.
The Polynesian Bowl, set for Honolulu's Aloha Stadium in January, will feature former Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer and former Florida and South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier as head coaches in the high school all-star game.
We've picked apart every team's 2019 schedule. Here are the quirks, the shocks, the toughest roads and the cushiest paths.
Marty Smith and Nick Saban talk about their fathers and football in this excerpt of his forthcoming book, "Never Settle: Sports, Family, and the American Soul."
If Justin Fuente and Virginia Tech made much progress in sorting out their quarterback competition during Saturday's spring game, no one was letting on.
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Five of the past six national champs had first-year starters, and jobs are up for grabs at places such as Auburn, Michigan State and Oklahoma State.
Former Virginia Tech quarterback Josh Jackson announced Monday night that he is transferring to Maryland, where he is expected to be a frontrunner in the competition for the starting quarterback job.
Virginia Tech has flipped Ohio State commit Doug Nester, an offensive lineman from West Virginia.
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
Virginia Tech flipped ESPN 300 offensive lineman Doug Nester from Ohio State on Tuesday and made it official on Wednesday. The Hokies were able to pull the No. 72 ranked recruit away from the Buckeyes as Nester had been looking at other programs since Urban Meyer announced his retirement. The West Virginia prospect had been considering Penn State as well as Virginia Tech and is now officially signed with the Hokies.
QB Hendon Hooker, who has spent his career at Virginia Tech as a backup, said he'll enter the NCAA transfer portal, leaving the Hokies thin at the position heading into spring.
Virginia Tech QB Josh Jackson, who missed most of last season with a leg injury, and RB Deshawn McClease announced Wednesday that they will transfer.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer
Sources: Alabama is expected to hire Virginia Tech wide receivers coach Holmon Wiggins for the same position. Wiggins also had been in the mix for a coordinator role at Temple. I'm hearing Virginia Tech could target Jafar Williams, most recently Maryland's running backs coach, as Wiggins' replacement. Wiggins has coached receivers on Justin Fuente's staffs at both Virginia Tech and Memphis.