The offensive line is often the most overlooked position for any college football team. While the linemen in the trenches don’t get enough credit, they are often the most important piece to a successful offense.
The LSU Tigers enter the 2015 college football season seemingly with more questions on the roster than answers, yet still made enough of an impression on voters to be ranked 14th in the Associated Press' preseason poll.
Florida will open its season at home on Sept. 5 without three players. The school announced on Friday that redshirt juniors Marcus Maye and Alex McCalister, and senior Latroy Pittman Jr., will not play in the home opener against New Mexico State, citing an undisclosed violation of team policy.
With the college football season quickly approaching, one of the University of Florida’s recent hires took to the camera to welcome new and returning students to Gainesville, and to galvanize Gator football fans.
Once upon a time, LSU head coach Les Miles said something along the lines of "Not only do we lose a senior class every year, but we also lose a junior class." That statement is pretty powerful because it's true. Teams like LSU, Georgia, Alabama and Florida lose a ton of talent on a year-to-year basis to the NFL.
Florida has surfaced as a potential destination for freshman quarterback Ricky Town, following his recent decision to transfer from the University of Southern California. Town was the nation’s fifth-best pro-style quarterback in the class of 2015, according to Rivals.
Some college football teams have a long history of redshirting freshmen preferring to give a full year of maturity in the weight room and on the practice field before unleashing the former high school talents onto the college gridiron.
There’s plenty of uncertainty at quarterback in the SEC for 2015, but talent certainly isn’t an issue among the league’s 14 teams. And needless to say, pairing down the SEC’s talent to the top 15 players is no easy assignment. However, that’s the task Athlon recently assigned over 40 experts.