The 2021 Big Ten college football schedule is out. Here's a complete look at each team's slate.
The Big Ten Conference released its revised football schedule for the 2021 season, and it will return its traditional rivalry games -- including Ohio State-Michigan -- to the final week of the regular season.
- Big Ten rivalries return to traditional spot in '21
- Rutgers D-line coach out for year with knee issue
- Rutgers coach: Vedral or Sitkowski will be QB
- Sources: No vote taken as Big Ten meets again
2021 college football recruiting class rankings: Alabama leads top 75 teams after national signing day
With the 2021 recruiting cycle coming to an end, it's Alabama at No. 1 in the class rankings, Ohio State at No. 2 and then everyone else.
2021 college football recruiting class rankings: Alabama, Ohio State 1-2 entering February's signing day
Ohio State, Georgia and Clemson all have top-five classes entering February's national signing day, but perhaps no one can catch Alabama.
Raesjon Davis decommitted from LSU last month and reopened his recruitment, in the middle of the NCAA's dead period. "It's a lot," he says.
USC, Maryland, Clemson and Nebraska were among the teams to move up in the recruiting class rankings, while Auburn and Florida State fell.
While Notre Dame moved up in the 2021 recruiting class rankings, Alabama made a big move by landing one of the top running back prospects.
— Adrian Martinez ran for two touchdowns and threw for another and mistake-prone Nebraska rolled up 620 total yards in wearing down Rutgers 28-21 on Friday night in the kickoff to Big Ten Champions Week.
We rank the top 75 college football recruiting classes in the 2021 cycle during the early signing period.
Clemson, Texas A&M and Ole Miss all rose up the 2021 recruiting class rankings entering national signing day. But can anyone catch Alabama?
From who will put a pen to paper to which college football teams have the most at stake, we break down everything around national signing day.
— Valentino Ambrosio kicked the tying field goal at the end of regulation and accounted for the only points in overtime with a 42-yarder to help Rutgers rally past error-prone Maryland 27-24 Saturday.
As one-sided as Ohio State-Michigan might've been this year, it's still part of the fabric of any college football season. Now 2020 will be the year rivalries disappeared.
— Sean Clifford threw a 29-yard touchdown and Penn State's defense set up three scores with stops or takeaways on Saturday as the Nittany Lions played their best game of the season with a 23-7 victory over Rutgers.
BYU and Costal Carolina finally found high quality opponents ... each other ... while three of the teams fighting for the fourth playoff spot all hit the road on Saturday. All that plus taco orders, high quality photo editing and more ahead of Week 14.
Clemson, Notre Dame and North Carolina all moved up in the top 10, while Tennessee, Auburn, USC and Florida State were notable fallers.
Last year, LSU vs. Alabama was a marquee game. Earlier this season, Virginia Tech vs. Clemson could have been. But not anymore, as this season saw big-time programs struggle.
Of the preseason top-25 teams struggling this year, which ones deserve a break because of opt-outs and which ones have deeper issues?
Vanderbilt's kicker and Buffalo's running back left their marks on an untraditional rivalry weekend in which Trevor Lawrence also played his final home game.
— Backup quarterback Johnny Langan sparked a second-half comeback to lead Rutgers to a 37-30 victory over Purdue Saturday in Big Ten Conference action.