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Steve Spurrier stops at Arby's; Arby's is a fan

Jadeveon Clowney captures the moment
Steve Spurrier stops at Arby's; Arby's is a fan

From the Fun ‘n’ Gun to the Beef ‘n Cheddar, it seems.

Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina contingent stopped at a fast food restaurant on the way back from SEC Media Days in Hoover, Ala. Thanks to Jadeveon Clowney, we know it happened.

 

College Football's Top 10 Players Returning From Injury for 2013

Colorado's Paul Richardson is back after missing all of 2012.
College Football's Top 10 Players Returning From Injury for 2013

Injuries are a big part of any college football season. Just ask the coaching staffs at Maryland, Missouri or USC.The Terrapins lost four quarterbacks to season-ending injuries last year, while the Tigers played 2012 without the services of standout running back Henry Josey. USC lost defensive end Devon Kennard in the preseason, which played a role in the Trojans’ defense finishing seventh in the Pac-12 in yards allowed.

10 Coaching Cliches for College Football's Media Days Translated

Ranking College Football's Rosters for 2017

Where does your team rank in terms of talent heading in 2017?
Ranking College Football's Rosters for 2017

Recruiting is the foundation for winning national championships, competing for CFB Playoff berths or winning at a high level in college football. While recruiting rankings aren’t 100 percent accurate, there is plenty of truth in the rankings and evaluations by the experts. It’s no secret what a program needs in order to win big at this level.

NFL Scouting Combine Watch: Montravius Adams

Auburn's talented big man could hear his name called earlier than expected with a good showing in Indianapolis
NFL Scouting Combine Watch: Montravius Adams

Recent history shows that if you want to win in the NFL, you need to have a solid-if-not-elite defensive line to do so. Recent history also shows that if you are looking for elite defensive linemen in the college ranks, the Southeastern Conference is a great place to start.

 

5 Newcomers for the LSU Tigers to Watch in 2017

LSU is hoping some of its top recruits in the incoming class can fill some of the holes on the Tigers' defense
5 Newcomers for the LSU Tigers to Watch in 2017

Year in and year out the LSU Tigers pull in some of the best high school talent in the nation on National Signing Day.

5 Newcomers for the Florida Gators to Watch in 2017

Redshirt freshman Feleipe Franks will have a shot at winning the starting quarterback job this spring
5 Newcomers for the Florida Gators to Watch in 2017

Before National Signing Day on Feb. 1, many considered Florida’s 2017 recruiting class disappointing. The Gators were ranked in the 30s by several recruiting services and had a few of their targets such as Elijah Blades and Kai-Leon Herbert commit to other schools.

 

College Football's Top 20 Impact JUCO Transfer Quarterbacks for 2017

Which JUCO QBs will make the biggest impact next fall?
College Football's Top 20 Impact JUCO Transfer Quarterbacks for 2017

Finding or developing a quarterback is no easy task for any college football coach. This position is one of the hardest to evaluate in high school, and quarterbacks often transfer early in their career in search of more playing time if they are entrenched behind a proven starter. Needless to say, quarterbacks are the position likely providing the most headaches for coaches throughout the year.

5 Newcomers for the Tennessee Volunteers to Watch in 2017

These new faces could play significant roles for the Vols this season.

Tennessee Vols Head Coach Butch JonesThe Tennessee Volunteers will be well represented in the upcoming NFL Draft for the first time in several years. That's nice, but the drawback is that the Vols will have plenty of big shoes to fill on Rocky Top in 2017.

What Went Wrong for 6 Power Five College Football Programs in 2016 and How to Fix Them

Hugh Freeze and Ole Miss went from 10 wins in 2015 to last place in the SEC West in '16
What Went Wrong for 6 Power Five College Football Programs in 2016 and How to Fix Them

Michigan State, Notre Dame, Oregon and Texas were far from the only major college football programs to fail to meet expectations in 2016 — they were just the biggest.

 

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