Insider KC Joyner ranks the top 10 wide receivers in college football. The No. 1 spot goes to a star below the Mason-Dixon -- but it isn't Alabama's Amari Cooper.
No Johnny Manziel? No problem. KC Joyner explains why the Texas A&M Aggies could improve in Manziel's absence.
A deep roster paired with a light schedule should give the Crimson Tide an edge -- will it be enough to get the team into the inaugural College Football Playoff?
KC Joyner identifies the top 10 players with the potential to break out as stars of the SEC in 2014. Auburn's Corey Grant and Alabama's Kenyan Drake lead the list.
KC Joyner examines seven college football teams well-positioned to replace key departing stars. Among them is Auburn, which appears set to fill the gap left by standout RB Tre Mason with rising rushers Corey Grant and Cameron Artis-Payne.
KC Joyner identifies 10 college football players whose performance in small sample sizes in 2013 indicates that they could put up big numbers next season with increased playing time.
KC Joyner writes that despite Ohio State's fading in the national polls, the undefeated Buckeyes should not be overlooked as BCS title contenders.
In light of Georgia's rash of injuries to key offensive players, KC Joyner evaluates whether the Bulldogs can stay on track to win the SEC East and vie for the BCS title.
KC Joyner ponders whether the trade that brought Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts makes him a No. 1 RB in fantasy football.
KC Joyner breaks down the most underrated prospects in the 2013 NFL draft, starting with Baylor WR Terrance Williams.
KC Joyner breaks down the most overrated prospects in the 2013 NFL draft, starting with West Virginia QB Geno Smith.
KC Joyner writes that Texas A&M, even with Johnny Manziel back, could regress in 2013. He points to the loss of major talent, new coaches and improved SEC competition as major factors.
KC Joyner makes the case for why the Texas Longhorns could win the Big 12 title this year.
KC Joyner outlines six top players heading to the NFL draft who will leave the biggest voids for their respective college teams, including Texas A&M's Damontre Moore.
KC Joyner writes that for five teams losing elite skill-position players to the NFL draft, replacing the production of those players might not be as difficult as one would think.
KC Joyner breaks down tape and metrics on Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel's performances against top defenses this season, and explains why Oklahoma has a good chance of slowing him down.