For vaccinated players and personnel, training camp will feel a lot like 2019 and before. For the unvaccinated, it'll be a repeat of 2020.
The University of Miami's Terry Jefferson and the Los Angeles Rams' James Bullock III have been selected as the first two recipients of grants from the Pioli Family Fund for HBCU Coaches and Scouts, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Wednesday.
The program allegedly hosted recruits during the 15-month COVID dead period, among other possible violations
Jeff Brohm's defensive staff will have four new assistants this fall, three of them with coordinator titles
In 30 seconds or less, Notre Dame manages to appeal to high school coaches and recruits while also maintaining bonds with current or former players.
Deion Sanders is planning on doing Deion Sanders things. His Friday night camp is set to bring out a bevy of current and former NFL stars.
Arkansas' search for a new tight ends coach has wrapped up with a familiar name to the Razorbacks' program and an NFL pedigree.
Northern Illinois coach Thomas Hammock is tapping into the Huksies' program's success from the mid-2000s to find his next tight ends coach.
The only school to reach the FCS playoffs and March Madness in 2020-21 will not drop down to Division III.
Mike Locksley doesn't merely see a new building for his Maryland football program. He sees a conduit for his players to succeed in life -- on and off the football field.
Sources tell FootballScoop that Valdosta State has found two new coordinators as well as a new quarterbacks coach.
We all know the 12-team bracket is, in part, a money grab. So how much money do the conferences stand to grab?
Western Michigan has promoted two coaches on staff to co-offensive coordinator roles after the off season departure of Jake Moreland for a position in the NFL.
Having re-launched football after decades away, Barton College and Erskine College will join the SAC in 2022-23.
Notre Dame cannot get a top-four bye, and the power conferences retain their protections while the 'little guys' have a more feasible path to a seat at the table.
Long hesitant to expand the College Football Playoffs from its current format of four teams, the model for all seven years of its existence, the CFP now has swiftly moved towards tripling that field with a dozen-team proposal sent forth Thursday by the Management Committee.
After spending most of his coaching career at NMMI, head coach Joe Forchtner has decided the time is right to step away.
Agreeing to expand the field is the easy part. What comes next?
Georgia quarterback Brock Vandagriff will be among a handful of Bulldog athletes paid to endorse an Atlanta-based clothing brand