Bruce Feldman goes into detail on the rise of Chip Kelly as a coach, including some amazing quotes from Jon Gruden on the topic. I've sat there with guys who are lifers in football and ... we're in awe of Oregon's offense."
Here we go: Bruce Feldman is plenty excited about 'Les Miles magic' vs. 'the Cam Newton Express' on Saturday afternoon on the Plains. Plus: what to expect from UCLA, the chip on Blaine Gabbert's shoulder, and UNC's deepening mess.
Bruce Feldman makes his Week 5 picks. He likes Bama and Oregon in the marquee games of this weekend, but he scatters a few surprises along the way -- one in the ACC, one in a prime-time game, and more. Plus: a change in philosophy for UGA.
He once presided over a 6-45 ACC tenure, but nobody shined more brightly from a coaching perspective in the BCS title game than Auburn defensive coordinator Ted Roof. Taking advantage of the seemingly endless prep time, the Tigers were ready.
Bruce Feldman attempts to handicap the race for Michigan head coach. He has Les Miles with the best odds, then Brady Hoke, then Gary Patterson, then a slew of sleepers ... and yes, Jim Harbaugh's name is still on this list.
Bruce Feldman looks at 10 head coaches who might switch jobs this winter. No. 1 is fairly evident (Jim Harbaugh), and other big names -- Dan Mullen, Brady Hoke -- populate this list. Plus: a new name in the Miami mix via the San Diego Chargers.
Bruce Feldman looks at the 2009 Oregon State Beavers. Most of their key players -- Sean Canfield, Quizz Rodgers, Stephen Paea etc. -- were lightly recruited guys, and yet, Mike Riley has made this crew into a consistently excelling Pac-10 team.
Bruce Feldman -- who came to know USC's Joe McKnight well while writing his book "Meat Market" -- says the inevitable comparisons between McKnight and Reggie Bush have reached a new, dangerous area. Also: tons of recruiting news.
Bruce Feldman takes his first stab at the 2010 Heisman race. Some ideas: Jacquizz Rodgers, Jeremiah Masoli, Mark Ingram, Jake Locker, etc. For the full list, click on in. Plus: a ton of recruiting and JC signing news.
Bruce Feldman's blog tackles (get it?) the biggest disappointments of 2009. Among 'em: FSU's defense, Notre Dame, the Big 12 overall, Michigan's defense, Maryland and more. Plus: some new names in a possible UVa coaching search.
Bruce Feldman looks at CFB Week 11 storylines, including: a huge game for both Pitt and ND; the rise of the Buckeyes; the Andrew Luck vs. Matt Barkley duel in the Pac-10 and why PSU could still get into the Fiesta Bowl.