For programs looking to rebuild, reload or re-emerge, signing day could be the first step to a successful 2011.
From offseason expansion to coaching changes at traditional powers to the major upsets in between, the 2010 season saw its share of surprises.
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.
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The Bottom 10 is as dazed and confused as Eminem by dazzling displays of ineptitude.
There's nothing better than cheering for a winning team. But if you can't win, taking your frustration out on a rival coach -- or your own -- is a time-honored tradition.
2010 was a season of mediocrity for traditional powers such as Texas, Florida and Michigan. They hope to steer their respective ships back among the nation's elite in 2011.
There are six things you need to know about the initial BCS standings.
The fact is that our fantasy college football world mirrors the reality of 2009. Even in make-believe, Florida is the favorite to win it all.
The Big 12 South is a jumbled mess. How does each team shape up? On The Mark breaks down Texas, Oklahoma and Texas Tech.
Skip Holtz's rebuilding job at East Carolina hit the mark Saturday. Tommy Bowden's first carry call missed badly. Mark Schlabach runs down all the weekend's hits and misses.
College football's alpha-male coaches have good looks, booming voices and very deep pockets. From Notre Dame to Ohio State to USC, football coaches tend to rule the roost, writes Mark Schlabach.
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.