Former Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer, Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith and Robert Morris President Chris Howard have been added to the College Football Playoff selection committee.
Tennessee has hired Charlton Warren of North Carolina to replace Willie Martinez as defensive backs coach.
David Crockett athletic director Josh Kite announced the hiring of former Dallas Cowboys standout Gerald Sensabaugh as the Pioneers’ new head football coach.
David Crockett is closing in on hiring a new head football coach, and it could be a big name.
College football’s first national championship rematch was even better than the original, with an incredible twist at the end.
Kaman Cooper Jr. of Warner Robins, Ga., and Evan Wick of Hallettsville, Texas, signed national letters of intent to join the Bucs program this month, ETSU coach Carl Torbush announced Monday.
Peyton Manning and his SEC nemesis, former Florida coach Steve Spurrier, will go into the College Football Hall of Fame together.
After reports surfaced that new Indiana football coach Tom Allen had hired Mike DeBord as offensive coordinator, Tennessee coach Butch Jones confirmed later Tuesday that DeBord had departed the Vols’ staff.
James Mitchell and Hunter Collier each made the all-state first team on both offense and defense
Tennessee defensive end Derek Barnett and wide receiver Josh Malone will forgo their senior seasons to enter the NFL draft.
Quarterback Jerod Evans and receiver Isaiah Ford are giving up their final seasons of eligibility to enter the NFL draft, making it a trio of offensive stars leaving Virginia Tech early for the pros.
Lane Kiffin won’t be on the sideline with Alabama in the national championship game. He’s leaving to focus on his new job as Florida Atlantic’s head coach
The Tennessee Titans never trailed in beating the Houston Texans 24-17 Sunday to finish with their first winning season since 2011.
Deshaun Watson ran for two touchdowns and threw another and No. 3 Clemson crushed No. 2 Ohio State 31-0 Saturday night in the Fiesta Bowl
Top-ranked Alabama scored 10 points off turnovers, and Bo Scarbrough’s 68-yard TD run in the fourth quarter clinched a 24-7 victory over Washington in the Peach Bowl national semifinal Saturday.