Six 2013 Michigan Wolverines commits will enroll early, anxious for what comes next.
ATH Vonn Bell already thinks highly of two coaches and old rivals: Nick Saban at Alabama and Urban Meyer at Ohio State. Next up is a meeting with new Tennessee coach Butch Jones.
Junior JB Butler paves the way for senior RB Ty Isaac, one of the nation's top prospects. The lineman is starting to garner major interest of his own.
Logan Thompson had never appeared in a varsity game. But when St. Clairsville (Ohio) teammate and Michigan commit Michael Ferns ran out of bounds at the 1, the freshman got his chance. The result was an emotionally charged moment.
After the Gators dominated the rivalry with Georgia for more than 15 years, the intrigue has returned to the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party over the past five seasons.
Brenham sophomore cornerback prospect Darrion Johnson has already picked up an offer from Oklahoma. But his interest won't stop there.
A look at how Michigan's 2013 recruiting class shakes out as April approaches.
Despite their differences, LSU and Georgia are picking up yardage and scoring at similar paces. A closer look at the offense's position groups.
At 46, Billy Donovan is still a kid in most coaching circles. Tonight he goes for coaching win No. 400, as his Gators face Stetson.
USC set the tone early and dominated play in the trenches to spark a dominating road victory over Notre Dame.
WolverineNation catches up with former RB Butch Woolfolk, who now resides in Texas and owns several businesses. His favorite memory? Winning Bo Schembechler's first Rose Bowl.