If Urban Meyer thought it would be easier to win a title at Florida than at Notre Dame, he was wrong, writes Beano Cook.
Beano Cook takes a look at the good (Texas-USC) and bad (four-hour games) from the bowl season.
There's no better time than the holiday season to hand out some gifts to college football's finest, writes Beano Cook.
The rivalry that is Army vs. Navy is something all college football fans should appreciate, writes Beano Cook.
The list may start and end with the Song Girls, but there's a lot to be thankful for this season.
If elected commissioner of college football, I would add a playoff, change overtime and insist that the Song Girls travel, writes Beano Cook.
While no one is comparing him to the legendary Paul "Bear" Bryant, Mike Shula has Alabama rolling again, writes Beano Cook.
USC and its Song Girls may be the top two teams in the land, but there were plenty of other things to celebrate in the second month of the season.
It may come as a surprise that an Ivy League school is the NCAA leader in all-time consensus All-America selections.
Sports information directors are stuck between the shark-like media and the all-powerful coaches, writes Beano Cook.
Saturday's USC-Notre Dame game is just the latest in what has been a great rivalry since the 1920s, writes Beano Cook.
Virginia Tech is a prime example of how vision and coaching can close the gaps on traditional powers.
As the sun sets on September football, it's time to review the highlights of the season's first four weeks. * Chat wrap: Beano
Joe Paterno and Mack Brown are both proven winners who face extra scrutiny for different reasons.
He may not have been the first choice, but Charlie Weis is proving that Notre Dame made the right choice.
Adding a 12th regular-season game means college football has become a nasty business, Beano Cook writes.