Today's Insider – College Football News
There is a new camera in town and it’s about to completely change the way you watch football. ESPN has introduced the Pylon Cam. They tested it during the College Football Playoff Championship game and it seemed to have
Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones made a big announcement at his high school Thursday afternoon. According to reports, holding a press conference wasn’t his idea. Si Wire of Sports Illustrated reports that it was not Jones’ idea to make
Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones won a National Championship as the third string quarterback and now, he has made a life-changing announcement. According to ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg, Jones announced his decision not to enter the NFL Draft, and return
The Buckeyes almost didn't get the chance to prove they were the best. The past problems of the BCS are bound to show up again with the 4-team CFB Playoff.
UCF cornerback Jacoby Glenn, the reigning American Athletic Conference co-Defensive Player of the Year, has declared his intent to forego his final two years of eligibility and enter the 2015 NFL Draft. The news was first reported by Shannon Owens-Green
On the same day that Marcus Mariota announces his decision to go pro, Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott has announced that he will return for his senior season. Happy to hear Dak Prescott is returning to Mississippi State. Another
The star of Eugene, Oregon has officially declared his plans for the 2015 NFL Draft. His players, his coaches, his peers will all miss him and the production department at Oregon has put together a touching video to highlight
Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher announced junior defensive tackle Eddie Goldman will enter the NFL Draft and forgo his final year of collegiate eligibility on Wednesday. “Eddie was a tremendous leader, student-athlete and, most importantly, a tremendous person
This is the golden question, for a second year in a row. Last year we thought it was certain that Oregon QB Marcus Mariota would declare for the NFL Draft. Now, he’s in the same position, a year later.
Ed Orgeron is back, SEC fans. The former head coach at Ole Miss has just accepted the defensive line coaching position at LSU. Per many reports on Twitter, including a written report by FootballScoop.com, Orgeron is excited to join