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In a much-talked-about receiver class, Football Outsiders' Playmaker score validates only two as worthy of a high first-round pick.
- Sources: SEC reviews Tide's use of data tracking
- Tua has hip rechecked; results are encouraging
- Saban sticking to routine amid Bama shutdown
- Saban urges fans: 'Listen to the experts' on virus
The SEC is exploring whether Alabama will be able to continue using Apple watches to monitor its football players' physical activities during the league-mandated shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic, sources told ESPN's Mark Schlabach on Friday.
Tua Tagovailoa underwent a comprehensive medical exam by a doctor selected by NFL team physicians, and the quarterback's representatives said the results were "overwhelmingly positive."
Alabama coach Nick Saban wouldn't speculate Tuesday on when college football will return but said he and his staff are preparing as best they can while emphasizing the importance of safety.
Ahead of tonight's re-air of the classic Texas-USC Rose Bowl (8 p.m., ESPN and ESPN App), Bill Connelly and Mark Schlabach discuss their favorite games of all time.
Trevon Diggs lost his father when he was 10. But his brother Stefon, a receiver for the Bills, has supported him all the way to the NFL.
The 2006 Rose Bowl between Texas and USC was an unforgettable one, whether you were in the stadium or watching from home. Watch it again tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN and the ESPN App.
Bill Connelly weighs in on the Crimson Tide quarterback, the loaded wide receiver class for the NFL draft, what makes Northwestern intriguing and stats you need to know.
Which teams will land high-impact pass-catchers in Rounds 1 and 2? Todd McShay predicts the first 64 picks in this year's draft.
We polled 66 college football coaches and asked who they thought were the best incoming freshmen.
College football coaches are relying on Zoom, old-school workouts and, in some cases, having backyard rodeos while adjusting to a spring upended by the coronavirus.
Alabama coach Nick Saban released a video in which he urged fans to "listen to the experts" and practice social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.