Three of last season's biggest surprises -- Louisville, Ohio State and Texas A&M -- will play their spring games on Saturday. Meanwhile, Florida State, Oklahoma and USC hope to begin to sort out their heated quarterback battles.
Mark Schlabach offers up his 2012 All-bowl team.
No coach has ever been as deceitful as new Arizona State coach Todd Graham, who becomes the new president of the Liar's Club, thanks to his latest backdoor exit to a more lucrative job.
What's hot and what's not during college football bowl season?
How do the 35 bowl matchups stack up? On The Mark ranks the games.
The Bottom 10 loves it when lovable losers find a way to win. Maybe that's why he's such a John Hughes fan. Though there's not much love in the way Arizona State is losing these days.
From the Oregon-LSU and Boise State-Georgia doubleheader on Saturday night to the season-ending Bedlam Series, 2011 promises a number of great matchups.
What's hot (and not) for the 2011 college football season?
Which coaches enter the 2011 season on the hot seat? The list may include more than you think.
With a new college football season rapidly approaching, take a look at the teams poised to make a big breakthrough in 2011.
The SEC packs the biggest punch but Oklahoma maintains the No. 1 spot in the post-spring but still way-too-early Top 25 for 2011.
SEC teams are littered throughout the recruiting class rankings and a whopping eight SEC teams are included in the preseason top 25.
Mark Schlabach is pegging Oklahoma as the nation's top 2011 team in his Way-Too-Early Top 25.
When it comes to elite talent, the NFL looks at the SEC and beyond.
Tim Tebow leads an impressive group -- including national champions and Heisman Trophy winners -- of the best players in the last decade.
Don't pencil in those W's just yet. And don't give up on once automatic losses. Things have changed since the start of the season.