Bruce Feldman dips into his mailbag to answer several questions, including one on how bad things could get for Chip Kelly and the Oregon Ducks in light of the recent revelations concerning their involvement with Will Lyles.
Bruce Feldman brings in two ND experts to discuss whether the Golden Domers should have gone to a bowl game ... or stayed home, as they did. Plus, tons of JC signing news. Double plus: graduation rates as bowl-game criteria.
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 looks at five of the most important decisions upcoming regarding the 2010 NFL draft: Rolando McClain, Aaron Hernandez, Derrick Morgan and more. Plus: junior college recruiting news and a new QB for Oklahoma (maybe).
Bruce Feldman opens up the mailbag on December 11, 2009. Topics: Brian Kelly at ND; Suh's NFL prospects; Charlie Strong at Louisville; the three most interesting bowl games; ESPN Films' "The U," Les Miles turning the LSU ship around and more.
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.
Bruce Feldman's mailbag for Nov. 6, 2009, addresses topics as far-ranging as Heisman formulas, Golden Tate's versatility, Kellen Moore's toughness and what kind of attenton Armanti Edwards is receiving.
Bruce Feldman looks at the storylines for Week 10 in college football. Among 'em: Mark Ingram's quest for a "Heisman moment," LSU's improved defense, Terrelle Pryor showing up in Happy Valley, and what exactly we should do with Iowa football.
Matt Brown could've had the world -- Nebraska was recruiting the QB, among others -- but he ended up going to Arizona, where Sonny Dykes had been pursuing him since he was a sophomore. Then Dykes went to La. Tech. And then, everything changed.