Southern Cal quarterback commit Max Browne is expected to break the state of Washington career passing yards record in his final game before he moves on to the next level.
LSU is finding its balance and playing its best football of 2012, but come bowl selection time, they will likely get passed by sexier teams
Braxton Miller made perhaps the most electrifying 1-yard score of this season and added to a resume that seems certain to earn him an invitation to the Heisman Trophy ceremony.
Roy Roundtree has only 11 receptions through six games, but more might be coming his way.
Catching and dropping. Sounds simple enough, but that's the key to Kyle Christy's improved punting.
Steven Mitchell will stop at nothing in the quest of perfection, even if it means not allowing himself to drop one pass.
Ohio State Buckeyes defensive backs are trying to become better at forcing turnovers by punishing themselves for dropped passes in camp
There has been plenty of news since Alabama won the BCS national title. The Tide report for camp on Thursday to defend their championship.
The LSU Tigers are in the mix for many recruits on the new ESPN 150
Showing the rest of us why coaches and teammates have been raving about him all spring, receiver Trey Metoyer dazzled the crowd of more than 10,000 that braved the potentially inclement weather at Owen Field to catch a glimpse of the 2012 Sooners.
With a legendary high school career in the books, expectations await Johnathan Gray at Texas. The running back is ready to embrace them.
Converted from wide receiver, Vincent Hobbs is still learning to be a tight end. He might just continue that education as a Longhorn.
Roy Roundtree, who saw his receptions and yards dip tremendously from 2010, is the most obvious example of a jarring offensive transition for Michigan's wide receivers.
Baylor's Robert Griffin III threw for a school-record 479 yards against Oklahoma's 'Sharks'
Injuries have sidelined several Georgia receivers, but the players stepping in don't expect a drop-off.
As Michigan's equipment manager for 37 years, Jon Falk has served a variety of head coaches. One constant: He has bleeds maize and blue.