There's no shortage of history, meaning and high stakes when Alabama and Michigan face off in their season opener at Cowboys Stadium.
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.
The weather might not agree, but colleges are starting spring practices. And there are plenty of questions to be answered.
Mark Schlabach offers a way-too-early look at the top 25 teams for the 2012 season.
What's hot (and not) for the 2011 college football season?
Ranking the best and worst bowl games? Those decisions were no-brainers. The games in between were the fun part.
Expansion, the SEC and Texas vs. Nebraska are hot. USC's postseason, Big Ten bashing and eye-black messages: not so much.
The thermometer figures to be boiling when schools start settling some scores this season. Here are the top 10 grudge matches to look forward to in 2010.
From here on out, the final score is all that matters for the top three teams.
What did we learn during the first three weeks of the season? What we thought we knew over the summer wasn't exactly true.
Which programs found starting quarterbacks? How is Oklahoma's rebuilt offensive line looking? Did ND rediscover its running game? Here are the top 12 developments from spring practice.
From quarterbacks to Heisman hopefuls, Mark Schlabach has 25 reasons to be excited about the upcoming season.
SEC? Still hot. Notre Dame? Warming up. ACC? Not so much. What else is hot (and not) for the 2008 college football season? Mark Schlabach has the answers.
Loving to hate is the norm in college football. There's nothing you can say, but you can learn how to play the game. It's easy.