1. Full Ride: Odds on Who Lands 5-Star CB Marlon Humphrey

    Elite high school defensive backs don’t come around all that often. Sure, there are talented corner and safety prospects in each and every class, but the elite players with shutdown potential are still rare...

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  2. What Would a 64-Team College Football Tournament Bracket Look Like?

    In the year 2020, when college football’s four-team playoff has proved inadequate, a 64-team playoff will be adopted, much to the chagrin of traditional fans...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 49,034 reads 265 comments

  3. If the Heisman Trust Is Cracking Down, Let's Take It a Few Steps Further

    Forget about removing disinterested voters or eliminating those who cast their Heisman ballot well before the regular season actually concludes...

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  4. Full Ride: Odds on Who Lands 5-Star DT Andrew Brown

    One of the nation’s best defensive tackles in the 2014 recruiting class will do much, much more than just take up space. He causes havoc on the line and in the backfield...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 22,413 reads 20 comments

  5. The Incredible (and Perhaps Impossible) Expectations Facing Johnny Manziel

    The most remarkable statistic from Johnny Manziel ’s preposterous 2012 season wasn ’t the gaudy touchdown numbers...

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  6. The Program: Over/Unders on T.J. Yeldon's Numbers for the 2013 Season

    After dazzling in Alabama's spring game last year, T.J. Yeldon seemed poised for stardom. Sure, we overact to these scrimmage performances far too often, although we didn ’t in this instance...

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  7. Ejecting Players for Targeting Will Likely Create More Problems Than It Solves

    The NCAA’s intentions to improve player safety are, of course, 100 percent correct. The implementation of the latest legislation, however, feels both flawed and slightly misguided...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 4,516 reads 20 comments

  8. Texas Football: With Spring Football Underway, Can the Longhorns Return to Form?

    Buried beneath the endless stream of Longhorn Network jokes and sharpened pitchforks ready for another fall of unmet expectations is cautious optimism for Texas football...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 5,847 reads 74 comments

  9. Full Ride: Odds on Who Lands 5-Star DE Lorenzo Carter

    And you thought recruiting had an offseason. Think again. The 2014 recruiting class is taking shape, and some of the top names are starting to become more and more familiar...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 26,242 reads 80 comments

  10. The NCAA Is Right to Review and Reconsider Recruiting Deregulation

    After playing the role of punching bag for a solid month—and really, it’s been much, much longer than that—the NCAA is finally doing something right. It’s listening...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 2,343 reads 7 comments

  11. The Les Miles Rumor Demonstrates the Power, Dangers of Social Media

    At about the time I cracked open up my first bottle of Malbec on Saturday night, my Twitter feed erupted...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 42,912 reads 126 comments

  12. With the NFL Combine Complete, Here's Who College Football Will Miss in 2013

    The NFL Scouting Combine serves as the unofficial moment in the college football offseason where we hit the reset button...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 3,848 reads 14 comments

  13. The Program: Over/Unders on Johnny Manziel's Stats for the 2013 Season

    Texas A&M quarterback/Heisman winner/celebrity magnet Johnny Manziel will face unthinkable expectations heading into the 2013 season...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 6,807 reads 37 comments

  14. 8th-Graders Getting Recruiting Offers? 8th-Graders Getting Recruiting Offers

    At 6’1” and 215 pounds, Dylan Moses already has more than enough size to be an NFL running back. He also sports a 40 that would be more than competitive with the group of gifted ball-carriers who were showcased at the NFL Combine...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 7,813 reads 42 comments

  15. Full Ride: Odds on Where No. 1 RB Leonard Fournette Lands

    If he stays healthy, Leonard Fournette will be the best running back in next year’s class. Taking it one step further, he could very well be the best overall player. He’s that kind of talent...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 32,706 reads 65 comments

  16. Alabama's Incredible Stable of Running Backs Signifies a Change in Philosophy

    In 2013, the Alabama Crimson Tide will feature an abundance of running backs that could easily start for your team this fall...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 865 reads 50 comments

  17. NCAA vs. Miami Is Like Rooting for Lesser of Two Evils

    Grab your popcorn and settle in. The heavyweight bout between Miami and the NCAA is only getting started, and it’s clear that both sides are digging in as the pressure begins to mount...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 4,226 reads 57 comments

  18. Full Ride: Odds on Who Lands No. 1 Recruit Da'Shawn Hand

    We’ ve already turned the page on the 2013 recruiting class, and we now have our sights set on 2014. Starting near the top, you’ll like see a name that you’ll hear early and often over the next 12 months...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 31,410 reads 228 comments

  19. For Significant Change to Happen, NCAA President Mark Emmert Needs to Go

    Mark Emmert has failed as NCAA president. Not from the checkbook perspective, as television contracts reach absurd new apexes and money continues to pour in at exponential ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 4,163 reads 24 comments

  20. The Program: Odds on Who Will Be USC's Starting Quarterback in 2013

    Matt Barkley is off to the NFL, which means the USC Trojans will have a new quarterback in the fall. We got a glimpse of life without Barkley late in the season when he suffered a shoulder injury and was ruled out of the team’s final games...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 10,891 reads 73 comments

  21. The 2013 Spring Football Top 25

    Let’s just get this out on the table right now: You’re going to disagree with my Spring Football Top 25, and these disagreements will probably take place early and often...

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  22. The Best and Worst Bets for Early 2013 Heisman Odds

    Despite the fact that we’ ve just entered the darkest and loneliest days of the college football offseason, oddsmakers have already turned the page to next fall. Of course they have...

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  23. Urban Meyer Is Right, the Big Ten Could Use Some Improving...and Here's How

    There’s no fighting him here. Urban Meyer is 100 percent correct in his assessment of anemic Big Ten recruiting...

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  24. How Twitter Has Changed College Football Recruiting, National Signing Day

    Although college football’s recruiting process still concludes with the help of a prehistoric device, the process leading up to the sealing of the deal has changed drastically over the past five years...

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  25. Who Won the Biggest Big Ten Recruiting Battles?

    With national signing day in the books, it's time to reflect on which teams made noise on college football's biggest day. While it was a relatively quiet cycle for the Big Ten as a whole, that wasn't the case for both Ohio State and Michigan...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 4,887 reads 9 comments