Dashing through some fake kicks, the art of the play fake, faux undefeated and unranked teams, and more.
Page 2 ranks the first 10 championship games of the BCS era and relives the highlights.
Is 2001 Miami the best BCS champ? What about 2004 USC? Where do the 2001 Oklahoma and 1998 Tennessee teams fit in? Mark Schlabach ranks the 10 BCS champions.
Jim Donnan breaks down the players, teams, trends and games to watch in Week 14 of the college football season.
Chris Leak threw for 283 yards and two touchdowns, Percy Harvin ran for a score and the fourth-ranked Gators beat struggling Florida State 21-14 on Saturday to stay in the national title hunt.
Florida's position on the outside of the BCS chase had Urban Meyer considering tacking on style points against FSU. That very dilema also has Meyer thinking about a playoff system, writes Ivan Maisel.
Tim Tebow ran for two touchdowns, threw for two more and third-ranked Florida overwhelmed Western Carolina 62-0 on Saturday.
Quiet celebrations, SEC defenses and the Big East are on the mark. Riots, SEC offenses and the ACC are not, writes Mark Schlabach.
Chris Leak threw two touchdown passes, the defense created four turnovers and the No. 19 Gators overwhelmed 23rd-ranked Florida State 34-7 at The Swamp.
USC-Notre Dame isn't the only big game this week. Jim Donnan breaks down what to watch for this Saturday.
It's never too early to look at what's hot and what's not for the 2005 college football season.
Players have come (thanks to Signing Day) and gone (thanks to early departures to the NFL). How has it affected the Top 25 for 2005? Here's the latest look.
Can you say three-peat? The Gatorade hasn't even dried of Pete Carroll's back, but USC is already the (very) early No. 1 for 2005.
This one was for The Zooker.
ESPN.com recaps the Top 25 and hands out a few game balls.
Memo to Kyle Orton: Don't look back; Tim Tebow might be gaining on you. Just like Tebow did at Florida when Chris Leak was the established starter.