Alabama and Oregon looked the part of the nation's top two teams on Saturday. Beyond the Crimson Tide and the Ducks, it's really anyone's guess.
Starting in Week 6, the preliminaries are largely over. It's time to separate the men from the boys, Mark Schlabach writes.
Florida State wasn't the only playoff contender that had to dig deep to secure victory in Week 4, Mark Schlabach writes.
Stanford was upset, but the rest of the BCS contenders is intact after a busy weekend.
Nick Saban tries to find a comparable example for Johnny Football and Lane Kiffin tries to explain another curious incident at USC in this week's On The Mark Mailbag.
Mark Schlabach ranks the 10 toughest schedules in college football and says Notre Dame will be tested on the road and at home this season.
At Ohio State, where there's no shortage of tradition and resources, Urban Meyer has all the pieces in place to build another winner. But will he stay anywhere long enough to build a true dynasty?
Oklahoma Sooners coach Bob Stoops isn't shying away from high expecations, believing this year's team has a great chemistry and attitude.
As the season heads down the stretch, the BCS campaigns figure to get nasty.
The Sooners just keep on winning, even if their 5-0 start has been marked by sloppy play and is far from perfect.
Only two weeks ago, Notre Dame looked like a BCS bowl contender. Two losses later, the Irish have to decide whether Charlie Weis still is the man to lead them.
The ACC is chock-full of talent. Will this be the year the conference fields a BCS contender?
The revised Top 25 is out, but which teams are the legit contenders for BCS bowl games?
Oklahoma and Missouri were expected to battle for the Big 12 championship this season, but the Sooners and Tigers took different paths to Kansas City, writes Mark Schlabach.
Which teams in each conference will compete for a BCS bowl? Which teams will be home for the holidays? Mark Schlabach breaks it all down.
Down the stretch they come, and On The Mark weighs the pros and cons of the BCS title contenders.