With the 2017 College Football Season completed we will now shift our focus on covering the 2018 offseason and once the season starts we will begin our regular season coverage. We provide complete news, rumors, and updates throughout the offseason. If you are looking for our 2017 Bowl Game selections, scores and stats click here.
2018 College Football Offseason
Kentucky Wildcats: Kentucky lands three-star JUCO quarterback Terry Wilson
- Before landing at Garden City Community College for the 2017 season, Terry Wilson was once commited to the Oregon Ducks but decided to transfer from the university before the start of the 2017 year. The addition of Wilson comes at the time in need for the Wildcats as the team recently four-star recruit Jarren Williams to Miami. As mentioned before Terry Wilson played football at Garden City Community College and posted big numbers in his lone season with the college (57.6 completion percentage, 28 touchdowns and 11 interceptions). Entering spring practice, Terry Wilson will be in a quarterback battle for the starting role as 2017 starter Stephen Johnson played out his eligability leaving Wilson, Drew Barker and Lynn Bowden Jr. on the roster to compete.
Arizona State Sun Devils: Arizona State fires head coach Todd Graham after six seasons
- After six seasons at Arizona State the Sun Devils Athletic Department has decided to part ways with head coach. Entering this season, Todd Graham was on the hot seat after a very disappointing 2016 season. This season, Arizona State started the season 3-3 by mid-season with big victories over then #24 Oregon and #5 Washington. Arizona State would finish out the season winning four of six with a big victory over big time rival Arizona in the Territorial Cup on Saturday afternoon which would be Graham’s last game with the Sun Devils. The bowl-eligible Sun Devils have not said who will be coaching the potential bowl game coming up but it could likely be offensive coordinator Billy Napier. Graham went 46-31 during his tenure with the Sun Devils, 2-2 in bowl games.
Texas A&M Aggies: Texas A&M fire head coach Kevin Sumlin after six seasons
- As predicted and reported this week, Texas A&M fire Kevin Sumlin from the team. This season, Kevin Sumlin coached the Aggies to a 7-5 record with his last win going back on November 18th against division rival Ole Miss in which the Aggies won a close battle 31-24. In his six seasons with the Aggies, Kevin Sumlin coached the Aggies to three bowl victories (3-2 overall) and 51-26 career record. Now on the open market, there were reports that Sumlin was close to becoming the new head coach at Arizona State after the firing of Todd Graham on Sunday morning but those were false reports. Though with false reports being released does not mean that Sumlin is not interested in the job at Arizona State. We will continue to monitor the coaching trail of Sumlin as news is given to us.