NFL Draft Preview 2022: UCLA Football Offensive Lineman Sean Rhyan

The NFL Draft is taking place in Las Vegas this weekend, and a handful of Bruins are set to hear their names called. While there aren’t any projected first round picks coming out of UCLA football this year, there are 14 players waiting in the pool. The Bruins have had six players picked in the … Read more

Marcus Freeman, Notre Dame thriving in NIL-era recruiting

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – A small passel of people was heading into the side entrance of the Guglielmino Athletics Complex — the nerve center of Notre Dame football — on Friday afternoon. Coincidentally, the head coach of the Fighting Irish at that moment stepped out onto the balcony of his second-floor office to inhale what … Read more

College football eyes removing signing class limits to combat transfer portal

Like many first-year coaches, Shane Beamer dealt with roster turnover last season that put his South Carolina team shy of reaching full capacity. The Gamecocks entered the 2021 season having 79 players on scholarship — six short of the maximum 85 spots allowed by the NCAA. And yet, those six scholarships — fully paid tuition, … Read more

Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers steps into spotlight in spring game

It’s been 617 days since Quinn Ewers originally committed to Texas, but the five-star recruit finally made his public debut in burnt orange Saturday night at Texas’s spring game. The format hardly resembled a game in the true sense of the word, but after a nearly two-year saga intertwined with a changing NIL landscape, the … Read more

UCF coach Gus Malzahn returns to spring football after personal ordeals

Gus Malzahn is entering his second season as a football coach at UCF. Mike Watters / USA Today Sports ORLANDO – Like most football coaches in the ever-changing world of college athletics, Gus Malzahn is inundated with a variety of issues. Rosters have never been more unstable. Name, image and likeness, combined with the transfer … Read more

What Sports Fans Know About Friendship

“How to Build a Life” is a weekly column by Arthur Brooks, tackling questions of meaning and happiness. Click here to listen to his podcast series on all things happiness, How to Build a Happy Life. Eout though I’ve never lived in Chicago, I have a soft spot for the Cubs. My father grew up … Read more

Christopher Vizzina Commitment to Clemson Impacts Remaining Quarterback Recruiting Dominoes

It wasn’t the best-kept secret in college football recruiting but Christopher Vizzina picking the Clemson Tigers actually went down on Tuesday afternoon, he announced. Stranger things have happened in quarterback recruiting, so a chalk decision after a prospect makes near back-to-back visits could be relatively welcomed in the class of 2023, where plenty is still … Read more

Weekend Yields Big College Football Commitments, More Coming This Week

Spring is the season for college football recruiting dominoes, and not just at quarterback. Of course the discussion begins at the sport’s most important position – and there was movement over the weekend – but momentum for select programs has picked up on the recruiting front with spring practice season turning into spring game season. … Read more

UCLA Football Spring Practice Report: April 9

In 2021, the main theme and talking point of the Bruins’ spring camp was just how deep they were. The team is in a similar spot as some positions in 2022, but is far from that kind of depth at others one year later. UCLA football hit the field at the Wasserman Football Center for … Read more

Tennessee, Texas A&M, Auburn Hosting Key Recruits for Saturday Spring Games

The first of the two biggest spring football game day weekends are upon the college football works, and while for many it means the latest in a quarterback battle or the first impression of a new coaching staff, for the future of the sport it means prospect visits . For some, it even means official … Read more