If the Scarlet Knights made it all the way to the BCS championship game, it would capture the spirit of every college football fan, writes Craig James.
The image and perception currently associated with the Miami Hurricanes football program is a familiar one, writes Craig James.
Now that we've reached the half pole, it's time to hand out some midseason awards for the best player, team and coach of 2006, writes Craig James.
Head coaches are beginning to sound like politicians as they already start to state their cases for a spot in the national title game, writes Craig James.
Everybody talked about how difficult Florida's schedule is this year. The next four games are almost unbelievable, writes Craig James.
OU's complaints about the instant replay issues are warranted, but it's time to focus on the task at hand.
All the way from Alabama to California, Week 3 of the season is loaded with premier matchups, writes Craig James.
Monday night's Orange Bowl epic between Florida State and Miami was all about defensive prowess, writes Craig James.
The BCS got No. 1 vs. No. 2 right, but the process for the other bids leaves a little to be desired, writes Craig James.
The Trojans and Horns can't get caught looking ahead to a potential Rose Bowl matchup, writes Craig James.
Part of the job description is to offer opinions, and there are eight big ones that come to mind, writes Craig James.
It's a lot harder than you think to win 10 games in a season, even if you're USC or Texas, writes Craig James.
It's a mistake to let high school players graduate early in order to speed up their college careers, writes Craig James.
The next three or four games will ultimately determine the value of a year's worth of work, writes Craig James.
Texas' defense is playing at a championship level, but USC still has Craig James' vote as the top team in the nation.
Saturday provided huge turnarounds, dramatic finishes and a lot of great football, Craig James writes.