The SEC packs the biggest punch but Oklahoma maintains the No. 1 spot in the post-spring but still way-too-early Top 25 for 2011.
SEC teams are littered throughout the recruiting class rankings and a whopping eight SEC teams are included in the preseason top 25.
Ranking the best and worst bowl games? Those decisions were no-brainers. The games in between were the fun part.
Expansion, the SEC and Texas vs. Nebraska are hot. USC's postseason, Big Ten bashing and eye-black messages: not so much.
With spring practices over across the country, it's time to take a look at the revised way-too-early 2010 Top 25.
Signing day is in the books. Underclassmen have declared for the NFL draft. Spring practice is looming. It's the perfect time for a revised look at the top 25 for 2010.
Mark Schlabach is pegging Alabama as the nation's top 2010 team in his Way-Too-Early Top 25.
Look beyond the top eight teams in the nation and you'll find seven other unbeaten teams.
The revised Top 25 is out, but which teams are the legit contenders for BCS bowl games?
With signing day over and early departures for the NFL set, it's time to take a look at the revised way-too-early 2009 Top 25.
Out with the old and bring in the new in 2009? Not quite. Mark Schlabach has unveiled an early Top 25 and finds some familiar names at the top.
The quarterbacks in the Ohio State-USC showdown will need to be on the mark this Saturday. Off the mark last week were Florida's running game and Syracuse coach Greg Robinson.
With spring practices in the rearview mirror, it's time for another look at the early preseason Top 25 for 2008.
With underclassmen declared for the NFL draft and signing day in the books, it's time for a revised look at the Top 25 for 2008.
Georgia loses less talent than USC, LSU and Ohio State, so the Bulldogs are ranked No. 1 in the way-too-early 2008 preseason college football poll.
After a tumultuous weekend of college football, plenty of also-rans are now BCS contenders. Defensive difference makers were on the mark. West Virginia's and Texas' offenses were not, writes Mark Schlabach.