It's never too early to look ahead to the 2013 season with 10 bold predictions.
Nick Saban tries to find a comparable example for Johnny Football and Lane Kiffin tries to explain another curious incident at USC in this week's On The Mark Mailbag.
There's nothing better than cheering for a winning team. But if you can't win, taking your frustration out on a rival coach -- or your own -- is a time-honored tradition.
SEC teams are littered throughout the recruiting class rankings and a whopping eight SEC teams are included in the preseason top 25.
For programs looking to rebuild, reload or re-emerge, signing day could be the first step to a successful 2011.
From offseason expansion to coaching changes at traditional powers to the major upsets in between, the 2010 season saw its share of surprises.
Mark Schlabach is pegging Oklahoma as the nation's top 2011 team in his Way-Too-Early Top 25.
Whether it's fourth down, trailing in the fourth quarter or playing on the road, there are certain scenarios when you don't want to face a certain team or coach.
With spring practices over across the country, it's time to take a look at the revised way-too-early 2010 Top 25.
Signing day is in the books. Underclassmen have declared for the NFL draft. Spring practice is looming. It's the perfect time for a revised look at the top 25 for 2010.
Georgia officials have offered Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart a multi-year contract that would make him the third-highest paid assistant coach in college football, sources told ESPN.com.
Texas quarterback Colt McCoy came back to school to play for a title. But after about two minutes on the field, he was reduced to a spectator.
Texas defensive coordinator Will Muschamp faces a tough test in devising a game plan for Alabama -- a task made tougher by his relationship with Alabama's Nick Saban and Kirby Smart.
There are six things you need to know about the initial BCS standings.
Skip Holtz's rebuilding job at East Carolina hit the mark Saturday. Tommy Bowden's first carry call missed badly. Mark Schlabach runs down all the weekend's hits and misses.