Jason Cabinda leads a strong corps of linebackers, many of whom saw action last season.
The Owls have to replace all three starting LBs. They will be much younger, but more athletic.
The cornerback, returning from shoulder surgery, has been "everything we expected him to be and more," one coach says.
Saquon Barkley is expected to be used in many different ways in an up-tempo offense.
Junior Ryquell Armstead, who had a team-high 14 rushing touchdowns, leads a group of experienced backs.
The Nittany Lions' outstanding running back is bigger, faster and stronger - and ready to contribute more highlights.
Saquon Barkley could be atop this list at the end of the 2017 season, but for now, Curt Warner is the No. 1 guy in one man's opinion.
It's the time of year again when all the big national college football awards publish their preseason lists.
Philly high school recruits Shareef Miller and Shaka Toney have impressed the coaches.
After redshirting last season, Kenny Yeboah is anxious to make an impact at Temple. The tight end is known for his ability to stretch a defense.
Just as in the spring, four players are vying for the starting job.
Longtime Muhlenberg football coach Mike Donnelly is about to undergo a bone-marrow transplant from his daughter in his battle to beat Leukemia, and he's confident that the right attitude is going to be a big help in that fight.
Trace McSorley played outstanding football after a shaky first month last year, and he has most of his skill players back.
Placekickers Austin Jones, a senior, and Aaron Boumerhi, a sophomore, are vying for the job. "It is a dead heat as of today," Temple special teams coach Ed Foley said after Friday's practice.