The Spartans' Mel Tucker, along with Kentucky's Mark Stoops and Wake's Dave Clawson, are among those whose stock has risen in our midseason check-in.
Caleb Williams, Brock Bowers and Denzel Burke are among the true freshmen who have truly stood out so far this season.
- Vols fined for fan behavior during loss to Ole Miss
- QB Corral 'not in very good shape' ahead of LSU
- Vols fans pelt field, hit Kiffin after Ole Miss win
- Corny guy: Kiffin roasts self over 'popcorn' quote
The Southeastern Conference announced it was assessing Tennessee a $250,000 fine in the aftermath of fans throwing bottles and other debris onto the field last Saturday at Neyland Stadium near the end of the Volunteers' 31-26 loss to Ole Miss.
Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral, who ranks in the top 10 nationally in total touchdowns, is questionable to play on Saturday against LSU.
You didn't expect Lane Kiffin's return to Knoxville to be normal, did you? Here's the inside story of Kiffin's wild two days back on Rocky Top.
With another week in college football behind us, it's time to look at this week's Power Rankings.
With the release of the latest AP poll, here's what is next up for each team in the new rankings.
Tennessee fans pelted the field with objects in the chaotic final minutes of the Volunteers' 31-26 loss to No. 13 Ole Miss.
College football is home to some of the best trolls, and they were active during an action-packed Week 7.
— No. 13 Mississippi held off Tennessee 31-26 on Saturday night after Rebels coach Lane Kiffin avoided being by hit by golf balls as Volunteers fans pelted the field with objects in the chaotic final minutes.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 7.
From "Certified Loser Boy" to "Loss Angeles" and beyond -- trolling in college football is an entertaining art form
Fresno State doesn't call what it does trolling, it calls it having sass. Regardless of the varying semantics, it has become quite an entertaining art form throughout the college football season.
From the top college football prospects who are still taking visits to the teams that have had strong classes, we take a broad look at the recruiting world.
Fresh off the ESPN 300 update, Alabama moves past Notre Dame in search of back-to-back No. 1 classes, while Oklahoma and Georgia are also climbing.
We're at the halfway point of the regular season. Here are our reporters' breakdowns on Heisman candidates, surprises, disappointments and what's in store for the rest of the season.
With help from the Allstate Playoff Predictor, you can pick a top title contender, play out its season and see what chances it has to make the top four at the end of the year.