Ohio State is planning for a “somewhat normal” string of spring practices starting next month and culminating in the return of the spring game in April.
Former South Carolina coach Will Muschamp has accepted an off-field position at Georgia, his alma mater, as an analyst on Kirby Smart’s staff.
Defensive back Brendan Radley-Hiles, a three-year starter at Oklahoma, has entered the transfer portal.
Alabama has hired Jay Graham as special teams coordinator and tight ends coach.
EA Sports is bringing back its college football series, which was shelved after the NCAA was sued for not sharing revenue from the game with athletes.
Vanderbilt coach Clark Lea has hired David Raih as his offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach.
Georgia Tech will host North Carolina at Mercedes-Benz Stadium next season, the first of six straight years the school will play a game in Atlanta’s 75,000-seat NFL stadium.
Texas has re-hired former Longhorns quarterback Vince Young as a special assistant in the athletic department.