College football recruiting rankings matter ... until they don't. A look at the top-ranked classes and prospects over the last few years tells you so.
They running it at record rates, fueling an offensive revolution that's not ending. Gordon and Coleman are gone, but Elliott, Perine, Conner and Perkins are on deck.
Scouts are used to seeing collegiate players make position switches in an attempt to spark NFL interest but the jump from quarterback to cornerback is a rare one. Nick Marshall, who previously played corner at Georgia, shook off the rust quickly and was one of several prospects who made a strong impression in the South Team's first practice.
One of three redshirt juniors eligible to play in Mobile this week, Auburn wide receiver Sammie Coates started the week strong with an impressive weigh-in on Tuesday morning
Former Auburn coach Gene Chizik has officially been hired as North Carolina's defensive coordinator.
Trevone Boykin, Dak Prescott, Shilique Calhoun and many more of college football's stars have decided to turn down the 2015 NFL Draft and return for a senior season.
Auburn has hired Alabama linebackers coach Lance Thompson to the same position on Gus Malzahn's defensive staff.
Bovada has released college football national championship odds for the 2015-16 season.
Dennis Dodd gives you his early preseason power poll for 2015 and has Ohio State ranked No. 1, while TCU is No. 2.
Don't be fooled by 7 SEC bowl wins. College football's ruling class the past 9 years fails as others assume command in the playoff era.

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