Which college football teams have the most young talent? While it's a subjective term, we scour the rosters of the nation's top teams to see which have the best non-draft-eligible talent. It's no surprise to see bluebloods like Michigan, Ohio State and Alabama near the top, but there will be a few that surprise. For the purposes of this exercise, we are considering only how effective a team's freshmen, redshirt freshmen and true sophomores are or will be at the college level. This is not about NFL draft potential. If a two-star freshman guard is killing it, the two-star guard is an asset to the college program for the long term, even if he is ill-suited to be an NFL offensive lineman. While we
Forget anyone telling you Week 4 of the college football season might be a "down week." The slate may not be stacked Saturday evening, but there are plenty of quality games on tap throughout the day with some big-name programs being tested against conference opponents seemingly on the upswing. CBS Sports will be with you the entire day updating this page with headlines and highlights from the entire slate. Be sure to check out the top games of the day below and continue scrolling for the best and most important moments of the day. Predictions, scores and schedules NC State Wolfpack 27, Florida State Seminoles 21 – Box score Ohio State Buckeyes 54, UNLV Rebels 21 – Box score Alabama Crimson
The Michigan Wolverines added the fourth member of their 2018 recruiting class Friday when small forward Ignas Brazdeikis decided to don maize and blue. Brazdeikis, a four-star recruit, joined Brandon Johns, David DeJulius and Taylor Currie as a part of Michigan's upcoming class. Despite his size (6-8, 220 pounds), Brazdeikis will spend most of his time on the wing with the Wolverines.