As we prepare for the final season of the BCS, let's take a look back at its highs and lows.
BCS is known for a lot of controversy, and rightfully so, but one thing it got right was the continuation of some intense rivalries. Then conference realignment came along and killed many of those, too.
With a clearer path to perfection, Ohio State overtakes Alabama at No. 1.
Northern Illinois busted the BCS last season. Could another non-AQ break through? We look at the top non-AQ teams.
Coaches have shuffled, players have declared, and recruits have pledged. It's time to take a second look at the 2013 Top 25.
Players have declared for the NFL draft. Recruits have signed their letters of intent. It's time to take a second look at the 2012 top 25.
Mark Schlabach offers a way-too-early look at the top 25 teams for the 2012 season.
Alabama checks in at No. 1 in Mark Schlabach's early 2013 Top 25.
Four missed field goals nearly cost Alabama a chance at the BCS championship. But costly kicks for other teams gave the Tide a second chance.
Andrew Luck or Trent Richardson? Robert Griffin III or Case Keenum? Some of college football's most prestigious individual awards are up for grabs Thursday night.
If either LSU or Oklahoma State fall in the BCS standings, which one-loss team is most qualified to move up in the BCS standings?
In a matchup of traditional programs, Alabama's focus on fundamentals ruled the day. How far the Tide will go, however, depends on quarterback AJ McCarron.
After Boise State manhandled Georgia Saturday night, the Broncos find themselves back in BCS busting position.
On The Mark welcomes the return of kickoff classic games, with opening-weekend headliners Georgia-Boise State and Oregon-LSU starting the 2011 season with a bang.