Alabama brought in three quarterbacks in its 2013 recruiting class. With their arrival, the battle for the backup QB is about to get heated.
HornsNation talks with Pflugerville Hendrickson about Daje Johnson and how Johnson can make an immediate impact on the Longhorns
It wasn't long into the game against Kentucky that Georgia's defense knew it was all on them. After a lackluster first quarter, they buckled down and saved the day.
Aaron Murray spread the ball around, hitting five different receivers for touchdowns in the first half as Georgia whipped New Mexico State.
After playing for USC against Notre Dame, Kennedy Polamalu, Joe Barry and Sammy Knight return to the rivalry as assistant coaches.
Urban Meyer puts a lot of emphasis on the spring game, so Buckeyes fans in Cincinnati shnould be in for a fairly competitive game.
A look at what players and position groups to keep an eye on during USC's spring game on Saturday.
Between Clint Trickett's experience and Jameis Winston's hype is Jacob Coker who humbly presses on in the battle to be FSU's new quarterback.
Sophomore receiver Michael Thomas hopes another productive spring translates into fall production after a disappointing 2012 season for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Even though he was sidelined for the season in the second game, redshirt freshman linebacker Nyeem Wartman gave a glimpse into a bright future.l
Heading into the Gators' spring game, downgraded to a practice after so many injuries on the OL, coach Will Muschamp and OC Brent Pease have more questions than answers among the receiving corps.
Sophomore Cody Kessler is keeping the quarterback competition alive with solid play this spring. He's one of a handful of players who have impressed in spring ball.
David Ash is Texas' starting quarterback, but freshman Tyrone Swoopes showed in the Orange-White scrimmage that he could supplant Case McCoy as Ash's backup.
A simple raising of a glass of water during a pregame speech at Michigan State turned out to be a turning point in Ohio State's undefeated season.
The NFL draft was once a big recruiting tool for Florida State. Along with the Noles' decline went the draft numbers. Now that FSU is once again producing NFL draft picks, recruits are noticing.
The Texas offensive line, despite having four players who have started 90 percent of the games in the last two years and another tackle who started 11 of 13 in 2012, has not lived up to Mack Brown's recent high standard.