It's only a matter of time before the College Football Playoff expands beyond its current four-team format, writes Mark Schlabach.
His last name is familiar in football circles, but Brian Polian is intent on establishing his own identity. It will be a difficult task, as he sets out to replace coaching legend Chris Ault at Nevada.
Although losing Lane Kiffin to USC might sting the Volunteers for a few days, Tennessee will be much better off in the long run, Mark Schlabach writes.
What if the NCAA expanded its conference challenges in basketball to the football field? Who comes out on top?
The 2009 Gators might be capable of doing what the school's basketball team did recently -- winning back-to-back national championships.
Recent history shows a two-quarterback system can win a title. Now Ohio State is trying to figure out how Terrelle Pryor can fit into that winning formula, writes Mark Schlabach.
Until Miami and Florida State become a force again, the perception of the ACC will continue to suffer, writes Mark Schlabach.
As word of Monday's shooting rampage spread across the Virginia Tech campus, coaches scrambled to get in touch with their players and make sense of the tragedy.
QB Tim Tebow is making the transition from a scene-stealing supporting player to Florida's leading man, but the defending champs don't expect their fortunes to change much, writes Mark Schlabach.
After finding out which college football players are staying and going, Mark Schlabach has revised his early top 25 for 2007.
He was almost going to play basketball for Georgia, but Quentin Moses found the football field to be the perfect home, writes Mark Schlabach.