In the final season of the BCS, everything fell into place on Saturday, setting up a title matchup between Auburn and Florida State.
The BCS standings won't have much meaning to teams that don't win their conference titles. On The Mark sizes up the conference races.
LSU deserved its second national championship in five years, but the system that put the Tigers at the top needs a change, writes Mark Schlabach.
Ohio State had plenty of questions heading into the season, but the Buckeyes didn't have to worry about Beanie Wells, who delivered beyond expectations, writes Mark Schlabach.
The weather might not agree, but colleges are starting spring practices. And there are plenty of questions to be answered.
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.
Ohio State finds itself in another BCS bowl game despite a weaker resume than in past years, while Arkansas had to dig its way out of an early-season hole to reach the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
Ranking the best and worst bowl games? Those decisions were no-brainers. The games in between were the fun part.
With the first BCS standings set to be announced Sunday, teams across the country will begin to position themselves for two coveted spots in the Jan. 10 BCS National Championship Game.
Mark Schlabach is pegging Alabama as the nation's top 2010 team in his Way-Too-Early Top 25.
Ranking the best and worst bowl games, those decisions were no-brainers. The games in between were the fun part.
Bowl season has arrived, but not every game is created equal. See how Mark Schlabach ranks all 34 bowl games.
Is 2001 Miami the best BCS champ? What about 2004 USC? Where do the 2001 Oklahoma and 1998 Tennessee teams fit in? Mark Schlabach ranks the 10 BCS champions.
ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach provides instant analysis from the BCS National Championship Game.
With college football's regular season behind us, ESPN.com takes a look at who should win (and who will win) this year's college football awards.
With one week left in the regular season, On the Mark sorts through the surprises and disappointments of the most unpredictable college football season on record.