USC opens the season in a familiar spot in ESPN The Magazine's preseason Power 16.
Stopping the Cards' potent passing attack is key for Rutgers, but in the end Brian Brohm and Co. will be too much to handle, writes Bruce Feldman.
The Buckeyes loaded offense should cause problems for PSU, and Notre Dame finds a way to rebound, writes Bruce Feldman.
The Notre Dame mystique and Kenny Irons' success against LSU are two things to watch, writes Bruce Feldman.
This week's stock report is filled with offensive players who helped or hurt their team's chances in Week 2, writes Todd McShay.
Todd McShay takes a look at 16 players who need to perform in 2006 for their teams to meet or exceed expectations.
Vince Young and Matt Leinart won't be back in 2006, but Todd McShay writes that there are plenty of other quarterbacks ready to shine.
Both Michigan and Auburn face extremely dangerous battles against their struggling rivals.
After the Trojans were slighted by the BCS last season, Pete Carroll should have no problem motivating the troops.
Time for Ohio State to take a page from the Gators' playbook and use Terrelle Pryor the way the Florida used Tim Tebow when he was a freshman.
Quarterbacks like LSU's Matt Flynn are going to be the players under the most pressure to perform this upcoming season, writes Todd McShay.
A week off was just what the doctor ordered for Chris Leak and the Gators, who should have no problem in Jacksonville against the Dawgs, writes Bruce Feldman.
The Gators, who have found balance at QB and an efficient offensive line, seem to be riding one of those team-of-destiny vibes, writes Bruce Feldman.
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.
Troy Smith's speed should be too much for the Hawkeyes to handle, and Brady Quinn continues his aerial assault, writes Bruce Feldman.
OU's complaints about the instant replay issues are warranted, but it's time to focus on the task at hand.