BuckeyeNation caught up with ESPN 300 wide receiver Shelton Gibson to see what makes him tick and to see where he sits in the recruiting process.
USC looks to get its season back on track against Cal, a team coming off a disappointing loss of its own.
Ohio State's 2014 wide receiver and tight end recruiting targets
Steve Bisheff is getting excited about Robert Woods' improving health and agrees with Kirk Herbstreit's assessment of Marqise Lee, but feels that Mike Trout needs more love.
Caleb Henderson is a 2014 QB prospect from Virginia who has fallen in love with the notion of playing in the Big Ten.
Recruits have come to love the BBQ in the Big House event, which allows them to see another side of Michigan football
His awkward departure from Tennessee hasn't prevented Lane Kiffin from trying to recruit the state, with Memphis offensive lineman Christian Morris being his latest target.
There's nothing not to like about the Rose Bowl. But for college football to evolve and move to a playoff, the Big Ten and Pac-12 have to release their grip on the fabeled game.
Marcus Martin wasn't nervous about playing as a true freshman last season, which is why the rising sophomore left guard hasn't looked back after getting the job.
Steve Bisheff salutes Matt Barkley for eschewing the material trappings of the NFL and sticking with his love for his school and teammates.
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.
Tenpenny is developing a solid relationship with running backs coach Cale Gundy.
2013 QB commit Shane Morris says he loves the mind of Al Borges, but for now he's focused on winning a state title at De La Salle.
With 10 scholarships remaining, Georgia's wish list includes five offensive and five defensive players. Today, a look at the offensive guys, including two running backs.
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2013 TE prospect Jacob Matuska was blown away not only by the atmosphere at Michigan's first night game, but by the whole campus.