ESPN.com recaps the Top 25 and hands out a few game balls.
President Barack Obama hosted Ohio State's football team at the White House and provided the Buckeyes with a memorable way to honor their championship season.
After welcoming national champion Ohio State to the White House, Barack Obama joked about his own arm strength before ultimately picking up a game ball and looking ready for a bit of action.
Jeremy Johnson was the strong front-runner all along, and Auburn coach Gus Malzahn made it official Monday by naming him as the Tigers' starting quarterback for the 2015 season.
Pierre Ingram, Cal's recruiting coordinator and wide receivers coach, was arrested in a prostitution sting April 16.
Soso Jamabo, the 28th-ranked player in the ESPN 300 and the second-best player in UCLA's highly regarded 2015 football signing class, was arrested early Sunday.
Florida redshirt freshman Jerald Christopher "J.C." Jackson faces charges after a robbery at a Gainesville apartment.
49ers guard Alex Boone says former coach Jim Harbaugh "wore out his welcome" with the team and "might be clinicaly insane."
Ohio State is still the biggest draw in spring football, and the continued buzz following a national title gave it a chance to build on its own record for attendance in spring games.
A look at some presents the Head Ball Coach might enjoy on the day he turns 70.
Ole Miss' C.J. Johnson is making the unusual transition from defensive end to middle linebacker, but the Rebels are confident in the senior leader.
Five SEC teams played spring games over the weekend, and there are just as many questions that came from them as answers.
As soon as the bride and groom kiss after saying their "I dos," one enthusiastic little Alabama fan shouts "Roll Tide!" to really seal the deal.
Oklahoma State held its Orange-White spring game on Saturday. Here are the highlights from the game.
Among the items at Oregon's annual surplus sale over the weekend: game-issued uniforms, Nike sweatshirts and urns.
Colin Cowherd believes that Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is better suited to coach college football rather than in the NFL.
The defense remains solid, and it appears Christian Hackenberg will have more weapons at wide receiver.
The Longhorns coach admits his first season in Austin didn't go as planned. But he's out to prove he can build upon Texas' foundation of success.
Coach Urban Meyer said the Ohio State Buckeyes 'did not improve as a team' this spring.
The Big Ten leads the nation right now in spring game attendance, and it has a good shot of ending that way when all those scrimmages wind down.
Seven prospects at The Opening regional camp in Washington D.C. earned invites to The Opening finals in Beaverton, Oregon.
The undersized QB from Liberty City in Miami weighs 178 pounds and didn't get invited to the combine. But he and his first-year agent still believe he has a place in the NFL.
Utah sophomore defensive end Hunter Dimick ranked ninth in the nation in sacks per game. But he was almost an afterthought, as sidekicks often are.
Is it possible for a coach to turn a defense that allowed more than 6.5 yards per play in 2014 into a passable unit? That's Gene Chizik's task at UNC.
Mississippi is breaking in as many new starters as anybody, but they also see a lot of talent.
Bobby Petrino is in no hurry to settle on an official depth chart at quarterback.
The SEC only has one team -- South Carolina -- ranked among the top 20 in the nation in future nonconference game scheduling. The Big Ten and ACC, meanwhile, both have six teams inside the top 20.
Brian Kelly is ready to conclude his sixth spring at Notre Dame, one that has seen his most experienced Fighting Irish team yet.