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Its official. We have 84 players this year. Here are this years payouts.


1st place     4200

2nd place    2100

3rd place     1000

4th place       600

5th place       300

6th place       200

NCAA News

College football spring games: How to watch, what to expect
Here are this weekend's spring games, featuring playoff hopefuls Georgia and Oregon, plus Washington State, UCLA, new-look Miami and more.

UCF QB McKenzie Milton's journey, in his own words: 'I got hurt for a reason'
"I want to be an even better player, and I think I can be. I'm going to be better as a teammate. I'm going to be better as a leader. That's where it starts."

49ers scout, ex-NFL RB Reggie Cobb dies at 50
Running back Reggie Cobb, who starred at the University of Tennessee and playing in the NFL for the Bucs, Packers, Jaguars and Jets over seven seasons, has died at the age of 50.

Richt: 'Not in the plans' to return to coaching
Former Miami coach Mark Richt said he stepped away after last season because "it was the right time for me as a person" and that it is "not in the plans" to return to coaching.

K-State WR Rison arrested for domestic battery
Hunter Rison, the son of former NFL receiver Andre Rison, was arrested Friday for domestic battery and suspended by Kansas State on Saturday.

Source: Saban set for hip replacement surgery
Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban will have hip surgery Monday and will need six to eight weeks to recover. Fall practice doesn't begin until early August.

Aggies turn to legend Slocum for interim AD role
Texas A&M has named coaching legend R.C. Slocum the school's new interim athletic director while it searches for a permanent replacement for Scott Woodward, who left the Aggies to take over at LSU.

Ohio State QB Baldwin to enter transfer portal
Ohio State freshman quarterback Matthew Baldwin, who redshirted last season, plans to enter the transfer portal, coach Ryan Day said Thursday.

PSU's injury-plagued QB Stevens plans to transfer
Penn State quarterback Tommy Stevens intends to transfer and will not return to the school, according to his father.

Backflips, basketball and a baby: The legend of Khalen Saunders
Khalen Saunders didn't have a single FBS scholarship offer out of high school. Now, he's about to cap a whirlwind three months of personal and professional joy as an NFL draft pick.

College Football Playoff Predictor: Michigan makes the top four
Clemson and Alabama are, unsurprisingly, the two clear favorites to make the playoff. But Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines are the next-most likely team.

What does LSU AD hire mean for Tigers ... and Texas A&M?
LSU has hired athletic director Scott Woodward away from Texas A&M. Here are the high-level implications for both schools.

The under-the-radar star on each Top 25 college football team
Each Top 25 team has a key player who will start the season outside the spotlight. From Clemson to Army, here are the potential household names.

Justin Fields isn't simply a plug-and-play fix for Ohio State
Ohio State's transition from Urban Meyer to Ryan Day has been so seamless, it's easy to forget that Day and Fields are replacing all-time Buckeyes greats at the same time.

What we learned from Saturday's spring football games
Alabama, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Ohio State all played spring games on Friday or Saturday. Here's what we saw from them and from other key games.

Tua Tagovailoa ready to lead Bama past its winter of discontent
There's no debate over who will start at QB for the Tide this season, but Tua Tagovailoa says he and the program have plenty of work to do.

Texas football is ... Back? Overrated? A Complete Mystery?
Pundits love Texas in 2019. Advanced metrics tell a different story. Which prediction will come true for Tom Herman and the Longhorns?

Purdue QB Sindelar gets extra year of eligibility
Purdue starting quarterback Elijah Sindelar has received an additional year of eligibility from the NCAA, the team confirmed to ESPN on Thursday. Sindelar hopes he won't need the extra year, however, as he eyes a transition to the NFL.

College football spring games: How to watch, what to expect
Here are this weekend's spring games, featuring playoff hopefuls Georgia and Oregon, plus Washington State, UCLA, new-look Miami and more.

UCF QB McKenzie Milton's journey, in his own words: 'I got hurt for a reason'
"I want to be an even better player, and I think I can be. I'm going to be better as a teammate. I'm going to be better as a leader. That's where it starts."

49ers scout, ex-NFL RB Reggie Cobb dies at 50
Running back Reggie Cobb, who starred at the University of Tennessee and playing in the NFL for the Bucs, Packers, Jaguars and Jets over seven seasons, has died at the age of 50.

Richt: 'Not in the plans' to return to coaching
Former Miami coach Mark Richt said he stepped away after last season because "it was the right time for me as a person" and that it is "not in the plans" to return to coaching.

K-State WR Rison arrested for domestic battery
Hunter Rison, the son of former NFL receiver Andre Rison, was arrested Friday for domestic battery and suspended by Kansas State on Saturday.

Source: Saban set for hip replacement surgery
Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban will have hip surgery Monday and will need six to eight weeks to recover. Fall practice doesn't begin until early August.

Aggies turn to legend Slocum for interim AD role
Texas A&M has named coaching legend R.C. Slocum the school's new interim athletic director while it searches for a permanent replacement for Scott Woodward, who left the Aggies to take over at LSU.

Ohio State QB Baldwin to enter transfer portal
Ohio State freshman quarterback Matthew Baldwin, who redshirted last season, plans to enter the transfer portal, coach Ryan Day said Thursday.

PSU's injury-plagued QB Stevens plans to transfer
Penn State quarterback Tommy Stevens intends to transfer and will not return to the school, according to his father.

Backflips, basketball and a baby: The legend of Khalen Saunders
Khalen Saunders didn't have a single FBS scholarship offer out of high school. Now, he's about to cap a whirlwind three months of personal and professional joy as an NFL draft pick.

College Football Playoff Predictor: Michigan makes the top four
Clemson and Alabama are, unsurprisingly, the two clear favorites to make the playoff. But Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines are the next-most likely team.

What does LSU AD hire mean for Tigers ... and Texas A&M?
LSU has hired athletic director Scott Woodward away from Texas A&M. Here are the high-level implications for both schools.

The under-the-radar star on each Top 25 college football team
Each Top 25 team has a key player who will start the season outside the spotlight. From Clemson to Army, here are the potential household names.

Justin Fields isn't simply a plug-and-play fix for Ohio State
Ohio State's transition from Urban Meyer to Ryan Day has been so seamless, it's easy to forget that Day and Fields are replacing all-time Buckeyes greats at the same time.

What we learned from Saturday's spring football games
Alabama, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Ohio State all played spring games on Friday or Saturday. Here's what we saw from them and from other key games.

Tua Tagovailoa ready to lead Bama past its winter of discontent
There's no debate over who will start at QB for the Tide this season, but Tua Tagovailoa says he and the program have plenty of work to do.

Texas football is ... Back? Overrated? A Complete Mystery?
Pundits love Texas in 2019. Advanced metrics tell a different story. Which prediction will come true for Tom Herman and the Longhorns?

Purdue QB Sindelar gets extra year of eligibility
Purdue starting quarterback Elijah Sindelar has received an additional year of eligibility from the NCAA, the team confirmed to ESPN on Thursday. Sindelar hopes he won't need the extra year, however, as he eyes a transition to the NFL.