Is there a Trevor Lawrence in this year's true freshman class? OK, probably not. But here are the first-year players who will stand out in 2019.
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Clemson leads the way with four picks, followed by Alabama with three and LSU and Georgia with two each.
- Sports Humanitarian Awards names nominees
- Purdue QB Sindelar gets extra year of eligibility
- Purdue's Brohm gets 7-year, $36.8 million deal
- Purdue honors Tyler Trent with stadium memorial
What makes players like Alabama's Jerry Jeudy the most exciting in college football? We have the stats and the highlights for these 15 can't-miss stars.
Last season, the wide receiver set records and won awards never seen before from a freshman. He has bigger plans for Year 2.
Despite the talent at Alabama and Clemson, Pro Football Focus' numbers say the top returning receivers reside in the Big Ten.
The Big Ten West appears wide open, but the usual suspects have the edge in the East. How will the rest of the teams fare? Here is Phil Steele's prediction.
Alabama has an edge on the competition with Biletnikoff Award winner Jerry Jeudy leading a talented group. Who else is stacked at wideout? Phil Steele gives his top 15 receiving groups.
Which teams are in position to take a step forward this season? Count the Huskers, who return 13 starters, among the best bets to improve.
Which Wisconsin will show up this season? What makes Minnesota the division wild card? How far can Scott Frost improve Nebraska? We examine those questions and more about the wide-open Big Ten West.
Stanford edged out Duke for the "honor" of owning college football's toughest 2019 nonconference schedule. Who else has their work cut out for them?
The Class of 2018 stormed onto the college football scene just last season. Here are the prospects who have made huge impacts so far for their respective teams.
Tyler Trent and Lina Khalifeh will be honored with the Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award at the 2019 Sports Humanitarian Awards on July 9 in Los Angeles.
The 2019 class has already made its presence known with a number of spring standouts. Which players could be household names by the end of the season?
From role players who could become stars to early-enrollee freshmen who could make an instant impact, these 20 players hope to ride spring breakouts to fall stardom.
Purdue starting quarterback Elijah Sindelar has received an additional year of eligibility from the NCAA, the team confirmed to ESPN on Thursday. Sindelar hopes he won't need the extra year, however, as he eyes a transition to the NFL.
Jeff Brohm is 13-13 with bowl appearances in both of his seasons as Purdue's head coach.
Ready for spring football games? We thought so. It's an important weekend for Clemson, LSU and several other high-profile programs.
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When Purdue kicks off its season Aug. 30 against Nevada, this will be Gate TT, the Tyler Trent Student Gate, in honor of Purdue student and superfan Tyler Trent, whose story began to be told here before the Michigan game in 2017 and who inspired millions during the final months of his fight against cancer.
Purdue renamed Gate E at Ross-Ade Stadium to Gate T2, the Tyler Trent Student Gate, and will place a plaque explaining Trent's story and contributions to the university.
Whether it was pushing for B1G expansion or pushing back against a playoff, Jim Delany has been central to every big CFB debate for three decades.
Purdue student Aaron Lai walked nearly 100 miles from West Lafayette to Bloomington in honor of Purdue superfan Tyler Trent, who died in early January from a rare form of bone cancer. The walk raised more than $20,000 for cancer research.
The usual suspects -- Michigan and Ohio State -- are near the top of the recruiting rankings again, but the most surprising classes in the conference are at places like Nebraska, Purdue and Wisconsin.
Trevor or Tua? Tua or Trevor? Quarterback is only the start of the debates for this early look at next season's All-America team.
The FBI is now investigating the case of a Florida man accused of making death threats against the family of a Purdue University superfan and cancer activist who died last week.