College football coaches are relying on Zoom, old-school workouts and, in some cases, having backyard rodeos while adjusting to a spring upended by the coronavirus.
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Missing the NCAA tournament and spring football? Well, here's an early look at what might happen if Mike Leach had his way and we had a 64-team college football playoff.
- Ex-Clemson backup QB Brice transfers to Duke
- Agent's assistant barred from N.C. campuses
- Duke RB Brown out for 2019 with shoulder injury
- Duke WR Bobo fractures clavicle, out indefinitely
Now that the 2020 recruiting cycle has concluded, we rank college football's top 75 classes.
QB Chase Brice, who backed up Trevor Lawrence at Clemson, is transferring to Duke, where he will be immediately eligible.
In our third installment, we look back at games that impacted the battle for the No. 4 spot in the College Football Playoff, including Baylor taking down TCU.
Now that college football's early signing period is over, we grade each Power 5 school (and Notre Dame) on how they fared in recruiting.
Quentin Harris ran for one touchdown and threw for another, and Duke’s defense had nine sacks in a 27-17 victory over Miami on Saturday, snapping its five-game losing streak.
Sophomore kicker Nick Sciba connected on four field goals while setting an NCAA record, and Wake Forest held off Duke for a 39-27 victory on Saturday night.
Tommy DeVito threw for two touchdowns and rushed for another, and Syracuse routed Duke 49-6 on Saturday to snap a four-game losing streak.
Ian Book rushed for a career-best 139 yards and threw four touchdown passes and No. 15 Notre Dame routed Duke 38-7 on Saturday night.
Welcome to Week 11, with a double bill that has huge implications for the SEC, the Big Ten and the playoff. We break down all the games worth watching.
Here's how our experts envision the entire bowl season playing out.
A progress report for Chris Klieman and other first-year coaches, a breakdown of what's wrong with the Spartans, the jumbled mess that is the ACC Coastal and much more.