LSU-Auburn always delivers. Georgia's making a rare trip to the West. The Gators and Vols tangle in Knoxville. And those are just some of the reasons to focus on the SEC on Saturday.
Don't underestimate those Buckeyes, even if USC has the Traveler and the Song Girls on its side. And will East Carolina win the BCS bowl derby? Chris Fowler handicaps the race.
Will there be any unbeaten teams left by Saturday night? Will Joe Paterno surpass Bobby Bowden's wins record? What does the presidential election have to do with college football? Chris Fowler trots through Week 9's biggest stories.
Stunning upsets in the wackiest, wildest start to a season on record leaves voters with tough choices to make and plenty of dark horses to embrace.
With the first quarter of the season-long race over, Chris Fowler takes a look at which teams have sprinted out of the gate -- and which have stumbled.
From an early look at the polls to Kentucky's red vs. blue state to the red-faced Orange state to a fitness check in College Station, Chris Fowler has the college football scene covered.
History proves it's no lock to put USC in the title game before playing UCLA. Also, Notre Dame might be heading toward a rebuilding year, writes Chris Fowler.
In Louisville, thoroughbreds are usually found in the stables at Churchill Downs. This week, though, they can be found in the locker rooms at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, too.
The haunting images of a tragic crash keep yanking me back from the little issues of college football.
Notre Dame's pattern of impressive wins and frustrating home losses is absolutely maddening.
All the hand-wringing over who's No. 2 is premature, especially if USC's grip on No. 1 keeps slipping.
We know upsets happen, so we crunched the numbers to see which unbeatens are likely to stay that way.
The BCS shadow hierarchy must be conspiring against Utah. How else do you explain the initial rankings?
Arizona State's Andrew Walter is still seen as a "third party" candidate in the conversation about Pac-10 QBs.
These Cal Bears don't resemble one-upset wonders and are a lot better than last year's edition.