Of the 26 college football All-Americans in 2020, only one of them was a repeat selection from last season.
The 2020 college football season has been frustrating and exhausting, but let's take a moment to savor the good things, like an impromptu BYU-Coastal classic, the sublime DeVonta Smith, Iowa State's resurgence, Akron's win and more.
- Police: Texas St. DB fatally shot during drug deal
- Sun Belt OK's 8 league games, 4 nonleague foes
- Texas State hiring WVU O-coordinator Spavital
- Texas State fires coach Withers amid 3-8 season
— C.J. Marable ran for 157 yards and three touchdowns and No. 16 Coastal Carolina wrapped up the Sun Belt Conference East Division title with a 49-14 victory over Texas State on Saturday.
Witnesses told the San Marcos Police Department that Texas State defensive back Khambrail Winters and two other men went to an apartment building with the intention of buying marijuana, and Winters was shot and killed.
The Wolverines join the Bottom 10 after being upset by Michigan State, and we get the return of the MAC.
What separates college football's current ruling class from the Penn States of the world? We crunch the numbers.
Our Ryan McGee has had Eddie Van Halen's guitar solos on repeat the past few weeks, but he doesn't want you to confuse the musician's mastery with the 10 teams that make our latest Bottom 10 list.
What do you get when you mix a controversial call from Arkansas-Auburn with "US(not C)F and "JortsCenter"? Well, it's the latest and greatest Bottom 10 from Star Wars enthusiast Ryan McGee.
With the return of the SEC, we're back to our full, 10-team rankings, and two College Football Playoff teams from last season are tied for the Coveted Fifth Spot.
Phil Jurkovec hit Hunter Long for a game-tying touchdown with 1:11 left, and Aaron Boumerhi kicked a 36-yard field goal with 3 seconds to play on Saturday night as Boston College rallied to beat Texas State 24-21 and avoid losing to a three-touchdown...
The Hurricanes put on an offensive explosion and held down the college football fort until the SEC and Big Ten return.
Tyler Vitt threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score in the first half to lead Texas State to an 38-17 victory over Louisiana-Monroe in a Sun Belt Conference opener on Saturday night.
On a night when the ACC and Big 12 made their debuts, it was the Sun Belt conference that stole the show with a couple of huge upsets.
Hunter Duplessis kicked a 29-yard field goal in the second overtime, Frank Harris accounted for four touchdowns, and UTSA won its season opener, beating Texas State 51-48 in a wild finish on Saturday.