1. Culpepper has been annoying college football fans for the past few years. We'll remember him for centuries.
  2. Michigan is set to receive an official visit from Hoover (Ala.) wide receiver George Pickens on June 9. Pickens (6-5, 199 pounds) is a Top 100 national prospect who has been committed to Auburn since last July, but a sudden recruiting boom has him re-thinking whether he experienced enough of the recruiting
  3. WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Tennessee running back Da'Joun Hewitt committed to Purdue's football program Tuesday.  The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Hewitt made his announcement on Twitter.  Hewitt is the fourth known commitment in coach Jeff Brohm's 2019 recruiting class, joining West Lafayette defensive
  4. Finalizing what sources first revealed would happen in December, Tulane extended the contract of football coach Willie Fritz on Tuesday. Fritz is signed through the 2023 season, two years longer than the original deal when the Green Wave hired him in December of 2015. Fritz, entering his third season
  5. Connecticut quarterback prospect David Summers committed to Maryland on Monday night, giving offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Matt Canada his first recruit at the position since he joined the Terps staff. Maryland offered the junior over two weeks ago, and Summers picked the Terps over Pittsburgh
  6. For the second time this offseason, UCF and new head coach Josh Heupel have a seen a running back depart the football program. In January, Cordarrian Richardson decided to transfer to Texas A&M, a move he still plans to make despite some uncertainty of late.  On Instagram four months later, former teammate
  7. Michigan's Shea Patterson and LSU's Joe Burrow have been the two most-talked about transfers of the 2018 offseason. Patterson received a waiver to play for the Wolverines after transferring from Ole Miss. Burrow left Ohio State as a graduate transfer and landed with the Tigers. One Big Ten East
  8. Ryan McGee Close Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer Senior writer for ESPN The Magazine and 2-time Sports Emmy winner 2010, 2014 NMPA Writer of the Year Follow on Twitter Mark Schlabach Close Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer Senior college football writer Author of seven books on college football
  9. SportsPulse: Did your team make USA TODAY Sports' college football post-spring top 25? Paul Myerberg breaks it all down. Former Clemson quarterback Hunter Johnson is just the latest high-profile recruit at his position to transfer. Using the composite rankings from, five of the eight
  10. What's LSU coach Ed Orgeron's favorite food? You might be surprised. It's a tough call. And his answer might surprise you. "It's hard to mention my favorite one. I've got about 100 of them," Orgeron said on on the 'Pardon My Take' podcast  this week. "I like