James Fragoza

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James Fragoza is College Football Network's Lead College Football Analyst. Based in Los Angeles, he is one of the few PFN/CFN employees on the West Coast.

Florida State Seminoles Top 10 Returning Players in 2024 Include DJ Uiagalelei, Patrick Payton

Florida State infamously went 13-0 and missed the College Football Playoff in 2023. Can the Seminoles' top 10 returning players lead them to the dance in 2024?

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Top 10 Returning Players in 2024 Include Haynes King, Jamal Haynes

Georgia Tech is coming off its first winning season since 2018. To go back to back, the Yellow Jackets will need their top 10 returning players to step up.

‘Legacy Is What You Leave in Someone’ – Coaches, Players Remember Monte Kiffin at SEC Media Days

On July 11, legendary coach Monte Kiffin passed away at 84 years old. At SEC Media Days this week, several coaches and players honored his legacy

3 Things We Learned From Kentucky Head Coach Mark Stoops at SEC Media Days

Mark Stoops is back for his 12th season at Kentucky, but his time at SEC Media Days was anything but stale. Here are the three biggest takeaways.

Mark Stoops Admits To Being ‘Aggressively Pursued’ by Texas A&M for Head Coach Role

After Texas A&M fired Jimbo Fisher, rumors churned that Kentucky's Mark Stoops would be the Aggies' next head coach. At SEC Media Days, Stoops addressed it.

Auburn Head Coach Hugh Freeze Is Bullish on QB Payton Thorne’s 2024 Outlook, But Should He Be?

Auburn head coach Hugh Freeze believes QB Payton Thorne will take a step forward in Year 2 with the Tigers. Is his belief warranted?

Get Over It: Time for Paul Finebaum To Heed Own Advice as SEC Sounding Board Parrots Same Tired Taunts at Dabo Swinney

Paul Finebaum has flaunted his SEC bias in the last two weeks, attacking the Big 12 and coaches in the Big Ten and ACC. It's time to put the mouthpiece down.

Send Extra Cash: Potential SEC Money Plans Unveiled as Revenue Share Reality Nears

With athlete revenue sharing nearing its collegiate introduction, the SEC's mantra of "It Just Means More" will take on a different meaning.