Bruce Feldman provides details on the documentary he has been working on about the Auburn-Alabama rivalry.
In a story for ESPN The Magazine's college football preview issue, Stanford's Andrew Luck, Alabama's Trent Richardson, Miami's Marcus Forston and Pitt's Brandon Lindsey reveal their personal, team and off-field goals for the 2011 season.
Former Miami Hurricanes running back Storm Johnson will transfer to UCF, a source confirmed to ESPN Friday evening.
Former Miami running back Storm Johnson is going to UCF on an official visit Thursday, a source told ESPN.
Steven Threet, Arizona State's starting quarterback for most of the 2010 season, is not expected to play football anymore, a source told ESPN Wednesday.
Janzen Jackson, one of the top defensive backs in the SEC, is withdrawing from school at Tennessee, a source told ESPN on Monday afternoon.
Cecil Newton is scheduling his son, Heisman Trophy-winning QB Cam Newton to have a workout in front of the media in San Diego, Feb. 10, his QB coach George Whitfield told ESPN
The Big 12 is full of solid recruiting classes but Oklahoma and Texas are in a league of their own, writes Corey Long.
Nick O'Leary, the nation's No. 2-ranked tight end on the ESPNU 150 and the 20th overall prospect in the country, committed to Florida State on Sautrday, his father told ESPN.
Miami is going to hire former Southern California tight ends coach/recruiting coordinator Brennan Carroll to join Al Golden's staff, sources said Wednesday.
USC's Tyron Smith and defensive tackle Jurrell Casey, both first-team All-Pac-10 players, are forgoing their final seasons of eligibility, according to a source.
Al Golden has been offered and accepted the Miami coaching job, a source confirmed on Sunday.
Jerrell Powe is going to enter April's NFL draft, the 6-2, 320-pound Ole Miss nose tackle told ESPN via phone Saturday morning.
Hugh Freeze, the high school coach portrayed in the blockbuster movie "The Blind Side," has been elevated to top job at Arkansas State.
Former Notre Dame Fighting Irish wide receiver Shaq Evans enrolled in classes Monday at UCLA Bruins, according to a source.
Brandon Willis, the nation's No. 10 ranked defensive tackle recruit in the Class of 2011, has enrolled at UCLA, sources tell ESPN.com.