Steven Godfrey is a contributing writer for SB Nation based in Nashville, Tennessee. A graduate of the University of Mississippi and a long suffering Atlanta sports fan, he can be reached on Twitter @38Godfrey.
SB Nation college football writer Steven Godfrey provides a quick look at two quarterbacks entering the Jags' rookie camp that he's familiar with - Vanderbilt's Jordan Rodgers and Western Kentucky's Kawaun Jakes.
From pistols to zone reads, spread offenses have evolved to storm the NFL. They've been high school staples for more than a decade, but the college game is where the philosophy continues to innovate and expand. And in no state is the spread currently
Make no mistake: Ohio State abandoned the Horseshoe to play in front of 37,000 fans in Cincinnati's Paul Brown Stadium on Saturday in hopes of strengthening the Urban Empire's recruiting.
The Scarlet squad seems to have this one wrapped up, unless another 6-PAT attempt is in the works...
The Ohio State Buckeyes head south to Cincinnati for their 2013 spring game, pitting Scarlet against Gray. How's the crowd? Will Brutus take the field (again)? Find out.
SB Nation talked to MSU defensive coordinator Geoff Collins, the man behind the now-famous "Can of SWAG" and "You're a Baller" recruiting notes, and his head coach.
Tennessee has a long road ahead and a coach who isn't named Jon Gruden, but a loud mic and a lot of Twitter is winning Big Orange morale in the optimistic days of spring.
Cincinnati's new head coach tells SB Nation he's building a program that can compete in whichever conference it might find itself in.
The Wildcats came to Nashville, lost their only game and stayed through the weekend. And without Big Blue, the state of SEC basketball would be even sorrier.
Before Gus Malzahn reinstalls his hurry-up, no-huddle offense at Auburn, he's already won something he's never had in the SEC: total support of a veteran defensive mind.
The former Blazers head coach will replace the departed Mike Summers, who joined Southern Cal's staff last week.
We're not advocating the removal of either Lane Kiffin or Mack Brown. We're simply sharing our place in the sewing circle.
You have questions about what constitutes a recruiting violation and just exactly who is a booster. We contacted a SEC compliance expert and asked him stupid questions instead.
It's not just a tale of brotherly love. This is the story of how everyone from Houston Nutt to Johnny Manziel contributed to help Ole Miss likely land the top college football prospect in the nation.
Sean Payton is back, the Atlanta Falcons lost and it's looking more and more like New Orleans is ready to put aside BountyGate and party with the NFL. All should be well for Super Bowl 47, as long as the giant papier-måché vaginas don't show up.
SB Nation's college football reporter Steven Godfrey details a childhood trauma that best defines what it's like to be a Falcons fan far from the safety of Georgia.
Once the BCS dies after 2013, so too will existing agreements between conference and their partner bowls. With an unprecedented opportunity to rewrite some of bowl season's worst rules, we offer a few suggestions.
A horrible match-up and a pointless, lop-sided game didn't keep some of FSU's finest from stealing an otherwise awful show by providing a batch of GIF glory.
The college-aged football fan is wont to exaggerate how drunk he or she got on a particular occasion. But sometimes there's proof that said young scholar really did pound that handle of Absolut...
People are awful, have Twitter accounts, and use them to express opinions about harmless, fun things. Like say, the Stanford band!
The Wolfpack's two INTs and two fumbles are making it too easy for Jordan Rodgers, Zac Stacy and the Vanderbilt offense.
According to a report by a 247Sports.com affiliate, former Texas Tech and new Cincinnati head coach Tommy Tuberville walked out on a recruiting dinner midway last Friday night, an accusation the Bearcats deny.
Western Kentucky's getting a $3.5 million coach for $850,000, as it hopes Bobby Petrino's worst mistakes are all behind him. For at least the next year.