Greg Schiano has Rutgers in a bowl game as the school climbs the ladder of college football respectability.
Notre Dame makes stars, and new head coach Charlie Weis is front and center in the process.
A spinal injury ended Adam Taliaferro's playing career four years ago, but he still longs to be a player in the game as an agent.
Perhaps the CU sex scandal can bring an end to the idea that women are the spoils that come with success.
Even though his Super Bowl detour slowed him down this year, Charlie Weis has a simple plan for Notre Dame recruiting -- turn the Irish into the New England Patriots.
A loss two years ago to Navy was Army Lt. Alex Moore's last, bitter lesson in leadership before heading off to battle in Baghdad.
Florida's boosters beckon his return, but Steve Spurrier should resist the temptation and wait for a new challenge.
Fresno State coach Pat Hill has his Bulldogs fighting for respect on and off the field.
Alzheimer's may rob Eddie Robinson of his memory, but his place in sports history remains unforgettable.
The honeymoon is over for Tyrone Willingham. He must turn Notre Dame's football program into a winner. Or else.
Spencer Haywood challenged the NBA, but fears Maurice Clarett would change the NFL for the worse.
What was Rick Neuheisel thinking when he plunked down five grand on a college hoops pool?
Funny world: Players are suspended at Georgia for selling championship rings, but Miami is free to sell itself.
Chris Simms hopes to impress NFL scouts with his real abilities at the Senior Bowl.
Doug Williams and Kentucky are a perfect match and one that shouldn't have taken this long to come together.