Michigan football: Replacing Aidan Hutchinson, David Ojabo biggest question on Wolverines' defense

The Michigan Wolverines had a fantastic defense led by Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo in 2021, helping the team win the Big Ten and get to the College Football Playoff. With both pass rushers off to the NFL, the biggest question posed by The Michigan Insider’s Zach Shaw is how do Wolverines replace both guys? However, there’s an argument Jim Harbaugh can find his next star pass rusher with one of the current players he has on the roster.
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Arkansas seeking third running back in fall camp

Arkansas has two sophomore running backs in Raheim Sanders and AJ Green who both logged significant-to-notable playing time last season, but in the Southeastern Conference it is important to have three backs ready to go at all times. With junior Dominique Johnson still recovering from knee surgery a bit longer, that could mean the Hogs will turn to one of the true freshmen in Rashod Dubinion or James Jointer.

ECU Countdown to Kickoff: No. 24 Jack Powers

East Carolina is inside of 30 days of kickoff, when the Pirates take on the NC State Wolfpack on Sept. 3 at 12 noon ET in Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. To count down the days to kickoff, we will be utilizing the Pirates' football roster to help us, going in numerical order from the highest number on the roster to the lowest.

College basketball's best international recruiting programs

Elite college basketball programs like Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky or Kansas usually have their pick of the litter on the recruiting trail and the NCAA transfer portal. That has forced other teams to get creative in order to compete for national championships. Enter international recruiting. If those blue-blood programs want to land an international player, they can usually do just that.

The Northwest in the updated summer Top247 for 2024

The Northwest was well represented in the updated release of the 247Sports' Top 247 for the class of 2024. Six players from Washington, two from Oregon and one from Idaho made the updated list following a long spring and summer of camps, showcases, spring football and other events. There is...

TE Carter Nelson a new addition to the Top247

Ainsworth (Neb.) tight end Carter Nelson was a new addition to the Top247 released on Wednesday. He comes in at No. 190 overall. Nelson is about as good of an all-around athlete as you will find at the position in the Midwest. On the football field, he is a willing...

Florida targets in the updated 2024 Top247 rankings

The latest update for the Top247 for the 2024 recruiting class has been released by 247Sports. With it still being early in that cycle, there were several movers in the latest update to the rankings. The Gators currently do not hold any verbal commitments in the class of 2024, but have multiple targets making the list with many of those names still uncommitted as they enter their junior year. You can run through the the Gators Top247 targets still on their wish list going forward.

LOOK: Where the Midwest's top ten 2024 recruits are looking

The updated Class of 2024 Top247 was released on Wednesday. With that update, here is where the top ten in the Midwest stands and where each of the players are at in their recruitments. 1. Ryan Wingo, St. Louis (Mo.) University (14) Speedy wide receiver/athlete Ryan Wingo took summer visits...

Arkansas Targets in Updated Top247 for 2024

Several Arkansas targets are found on the updated Top247 rankings, which were released Wednesday morning by 247Sports. Getting the bad news out of the way first, the Razorbacks did see their only 2024 commitment, running back Braylen Russell, fall out of the Top247 after previously holding the final spot in April's list. Other Arkansas targets who fell from the Top247 include safety Ka'Davion Dotson, who has visited multiple times, and quarterback Josh Flowers, who added an offer in May and visited a couple of weeks later.

Ohio ATH Deshawn Vaughn updates his recruitment

Austintown (Ohio) Fitch is one of the top programs in the Youngstown area and this season they will be led by 2024 athlete Deshawn Vaughn at the quarterback position. However, Vaughn was an All-Ohio safety for the Falcons last fall and many colleges view him as a defensive back at the next level. The 6-foot and 170-pound Vaughn currently holds one offer from Toledo and he was busy in May and June trying to earn more offers.