As we count down 50 days until the start of the 2014 college football season, ESPN Insider Travis Haney is answering at least one big question a day until South Carolina and Texas A&M’s kickoff Aug.
Earlier in the week, we unveiled the top coaches under 50. The following three coaches are likely to land there in the future, but they're just getting started.
Roughly half the 127 FBS coaches -- 47.2 percent -- are under the age of 50. Among the Power 5 conferences, 43.1 percent (28 of 65 coaches) are in their 30s and 40s.
Roughly half of the 127 FBS coaches – 47.2 percent – are under the age of 50. Among the Power 5 conferences, 43.1 percent (28 of 65 coaches) are in their 30s and 40s.
Alabama's Lane Kiffin and Kirby Smart take the top two spots on the list of the top coordinators under 40
Not every school is Alabama, and not every coach is Nick Saban. Can schools win with a more cost-effective approach?
Which coaches top the list of the most overpaid in college football?
Which college coaches give their schools the best value for the dollar?
Spring ball is in session throughout the country, and it’s a vitally important time for new coordinators.They were brought on board to help teams where they were lagging, or possibly to sustain what those before them had established.
Let the thaw begin: Spring ball has arrived. (Heck, Duke is already done!) So, for which coaches and programs is this particular spring most important?
College football is a game driven by offense, seemingly as much as it ever has been. And yet, in our review of the best Power 5 coordinator hires in this cycle, eight of the top 10 coaches in new places are defensive coordinators.
Oklahoma, South Carolina among teams trending in the wrong direction before the 2015 season.
With the coaching carousel and national signing day behind us, these teams look ready to stand out in 2015
After landing a top 12 recruiting class for the third straight year, the honeymoon period is over for Kevin Sumlin and Texas A&M.
Texas and Texas A&M are among the programs and coaches that need the 2015 class to pay off, and the sooner the better.
Ohio State established that it has more offensive weapons than any team should. But what other playmakers should we watch in 2015?