— The high-scoring Chanticleers didn’t fire on all cylinders, but No. 16 Coastal Carolina embraced adversity in its first road victory of the season.
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— Reese White ran for 102 yards and three touchdowns, Grayson McCall threw for two scores and ran for a third and No. 17 Coastal Carolina beat Kansas for the third straight season, 49-22 on Friday night.
In a season like no other in 2020, Coastal Carolina became America's favorite underdog with its unusual mascot, teal-colored "Surf Turf" playing field, flowing mullets and scrappy play. So, what do the Chanticleers plan for an encore?
They may not all be the best, but these will be the teams you can't turn away from this year -- dynamic personalities, explosive players and more.
With the first AP college football poll officially released, we take a look at the top Heisman candidate on each of the 25 teams.
Since the 2016 NFL draft, six quarterbacks from non-Power 5 programs have been selected in the first round, including two from FCS power North Dakota State (Carson Wentz, Trey Lance). Who could be next? Here are a handful of options.
Is it any surprise that Nick Saban's crew starts the year on top? Clemson, led by QB DJ Uiagalelei, and Oklahoma, behind star Spencer Rattler, are looking to close the gap.
Georgia's Kirby Smart, LSU's Ed Orgeron and Coastal Carolina's Jamey Chadwell all shared their thoughts on the possibilities of an expanded College Football Playoff.
Looking for a top running back who is also a big-time receiving threat? A pass-rusher who can stuff the run? What about a punter-turned-tight end? You've come to the right place.
Five quarterbacks were picked in the first round of the 2021 NFL draft. Who are the sure bets, up-and-comers and sleepers for 2022?
While perennial title contenders Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State will have to replace quarterbacks this year, Oklahoma returns Spencer Rattler, helping the Sooners take the top spot in our updated offseason rankings.
From third-round quarterbacks like Russell Wilson and Joe Montana to tight ends Travis Kelce and George Kittle, here's a look at the best draft sleeper (third round or later) for each team in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
With the NFL draft just days away, here's a look at the top 2022 prospects from each school in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
Alabama is favored to win it all and repeat as national champions, but Oklahoma is among the teams that could end the Crimson Tide's reign.
The top-20 potential of Coastal Carolina and Appalachian State and the top-75 or so potential of everyone else makes the Sun Belt East one of the best divisions in the Group of Five heading into 2021.
The pandemic wiped out last year's spring football and altered the course of the fall season. Optimism abounds as teams return to offseason practice and their "new normal."
Bill Connelly breaks down the most exciting quarterbacks, pass catchers and defenders you'll see take the college football field in 2021.
With the NCAA tournament finally here, we take our yearly look at how a 64-team college football tournament would play out.
Mac Jones' strong finish to 2019 foreshadowed big things for 2020, and the Alabama signal caller delivered beyond anyone's expectations. Who can fill that role in 2021?
Breece Hall and Desmond Ridder weren't the only top college football players last season to outplay early expectations.
Oklahoma, Alabama and North Carolina are in good shape for the future, but what other teams are best prepared for the next three seasons at quarterback?