Analysis reveals Brady Hoke and his staff typically send about three quarters of their offers outside of their prescribed 5-hour region, but they typically bring in three quarters of their prospects in each class from within their region.
The first-team defense led the Black team to victory Saturday in Georgia's spring game. Here are five things we learned from the annual scrimmage.
It will be months before Texas puts out a depth chart. Since no one wants to wait that long, Carter Strickland helps fans out with an early look at the Longhorns offense.
With G-Day upon us, here are the players and positions to watch at Georgia's spring game.
The practice-time clock is ticking away on Texas' efforts to install a new no-huddle offense. That puts pressure on many a Longhorn to learn and adapt.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom VanHaaren writes that fans should be very excited about Derrick Green but not lose sight of other RB commits Deveon Smith and Wyatt Shallman.
A high school on the Gulf Coast of Florida is home to three players who already ahve Michigan offers.
Southern Cal quarterback commit Max Browne is expected to break the state of Washington career passing yards record in his final game before he moves on to the next level.
Case McCoy is a bit of a gambler. For the Longhorns to succeed, they need him to dial back on his chance-taking.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom Van Haaren writes about the battle for Chicago and how hit might pick up between Michigan and Notre Dame.
Derek Tyson joins Tom VanHaaren and Chantel Jennings to talk about some critical recruiting issues for Michigan, including the strategy on targeting certain Southern prospects.
Texas was more physical with practice drills that pitted starters against each other on each side of the line and coaches turned up the intensity after a lackluster defensive effort against Baylor.
While there have been some surprises, such as David Ash's performance, many other issues have been exposed in recent weeks.
Despite a trio of commits from top 2014 offensive linemen, the Trojans have their eyes on three more elite players in the trenches.
With one simple, unifying goal of winning games, the Longhorns' many weapons on offense are happy to share the ball.
Bruising back Joe Bergeron, with a mindset that no one single opposing player will be able to bring him down, is working toward being a major catalyst for Texas' success this season.