Nick Saban and John Calipari are opposites personality-wise. But when it comes to building and maintaining an elite program, the coaches have a lot of similiarities.
In his final Florida State game before taking over as head coach at Kentucky, defensive coordinator Mark Stoops basked in the glow of another stellar performance by his young players.
Georgia has been talking all week about wanting to face Florida for a shot at the SEC East lead. But after how the Bulldogs looked against Kentucky, they proved they aren't ready for the Gators.
Damien Harris, a 2015 RB prospect in Kentucky, already has a Michigan offer and will visit Ann Arbor for the Michigan State game.
Through the first half of the season, the Texas is defense is ranked No. 99 in the country. It's a big slide for what was thought as one of the most talented corps before the season.
Just like last year, the Florida Gators are 4-0 with a tough October slate looming. But this year they insist they are better, pointing to depth and improvement at key positions as the reasons why.
While Florida has yet to capitalize in 2012 on its dazzling tradition of blocking kicks and special teams prowess, hot-seat occupier Joker Phillips and Kentucky are bracing for the worst and hoping for the best.
For 25 consecutive seasons, Florida has known victory against Kentucky. But neither the Gators nor Wildcats are giving that any credence going into their matchup Saturday.
Called 'Circle Button' for his video-game-like spin move, RB Eddie Lacy can give the Alabama Crimson Tide a big boost on offense when he's healthy.
After giving up six sacks to Western Kentucky last weekend, the Alabama offensive line knows that it has to tighten up its play heading into Arkansas.
The Crimson Tide easily handled Western Kentucky and routed the Hilltoppers 35-0 behind AJ McCarron's stellar day.
For the past two weeks, New Jersey defensive end Dajaun Drennon is playing for Team USA in the IFAF 19-U World Championships in Austin, Texas. And now he has picked up interest from the Longhorns.
Three new assistant coaches have signed on with USC, which has had a lot of success setting up its assistant coaches for greatness.
Michigan will try to do something then-No. 1 Kentucky and then-No. 2 Ohio State couldn't -- win at Indiana.
Stand-up coaches seem to be a priority for RB prospect Todd Gurley out of North Carolina, and Mark Richt and Co. are near the top of his list.
With the versatility that's automatic with a receiving tight end, prospect Blake Jackson likely would see the field early at UGA, and says he would love to team up with Orson Charles.