27 Feb 2013, 09:57pm by Brian Fremeau
Since winning a national championship in 2010, Auburn's program trajectory is plummeting. Four other programs suffered steep declines last season as well and are all seeking a new path to recovery.
25 Feb 2013, 02:51pm by Danny Tuccitto
Official 40-yard dash times for running backs are in the books, and Speed Score has identified one potential diamond in the rough. If only he weren't the wrong kind of ankle-breaking machine or had a positive endorsement from our own Matt Waldman.
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19 Feb 2013, 11:38pm by Brian Fremeau
Each of these teams has improved its recruiting profile over the last few seasons, and each may be ready to take a step forward this fall.
15 Feb 2013, 12:39pm by Rivers McCown
Who should be franchised? Why, the people with the cheapest tags, naturally. And Joe Flacco.
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11 Feb 2013, 04:54pm by Brian Fremeau
This week at ESPN Insider, we take a closer look at five teams outside of Mark Schlabach's current top-25 projections that may be a bit underrated.
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04 Feb 2013, 12:19am by Danny Tuccitto
They aren't as old as you think they are.
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31 Jan 2013, 04:17pm by Brian Fremeau
A handful of teams have brought in consistent top-25 recruiting classes, but aren't producing consistent top-25 results on the field. Is it any surprise that most of them have made a recent coaching change? Here are five teams that have had the most trouble beating less-talented opponents over the last three years.
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30 Jan 2013, 05:02pm by Brian Fremeau
College football fans will pay a lot of attention on February 6, national signing day, to see what talent their favorite team has picked up. But there are some programs that have been very successful despite unimpressive recruiting classes. We count down the top five.
30 Jan 2013, 01:47pm by Vince Verhei
What tied San Francisco's worst games of the season together? They tended to struggle running the ball, while the pass defense gave up big chunks of yards early in the game. Also, it would help if the Ravens suddenly became the St. Louis Rams, although that makes no logical sense.
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29 Jan 2013, 12:16pm by Vince Verhei
Looking at the Ravens' worst games this season, the key to stopping their offense seems to be to shut down Ray Rice and the tight ends, counting on the inherent inconsistency of deep passes to produce a number of punts and turnovers. Also, make Joe Flacco throw to his left.
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