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.
Ready to play a little Bowl-der Dash? With the 34-game bowl-season sprint from Washington, D.C., to Miami about to kick off, The Dash picks the winners.
Bowl season has arrived, but not every game is created equal. See how Mark Schlabach ranks all 34 bowl games.
As Part 2 of Rivalry Week begins, remember that records rarely matter when emotions are so high.
From Vandy's historic win to coaching want ads to remembering all the way back to three months ago, the Dash runs through it all.
In a normal season, the two best conferences beat each other into submission and a third conference gets a team in the BCS title game. This year should be different.
If we learned anything from 2007, it's that more madness is still to come. On The Mark breaks down how the BCS bowl games will shake out.
November is here but there are still conference races that are wide-open. Plus: GameDay Final hands out helmet stickers and reviews the rest of the weekend.
Don't pencil in those W's just yet. And don't give up on once automatic losses. Things have changed since the start of the season.
The BCS standings won't have much meaning to teams that don't win their conference titles. On The Mark sizes up the conference races.
The first chunk of the season is now in the books. On The Mark makes a dozen observations from the first four weeks of the 2008 season.
From the wealth of Big 12 QB talent to a rewind on the Cremation in the Coliseum to unnoticed undefeateds, the Dash runs through it all.
From quarterbacks to Heisman hopefuls, Mark Schlabach has 25 reasons to be excited about the upcoming season.
SEC? Still hot. Notre Dame? Warming up. ACC? Not so much. What else is hot (and not) for the 2008 college football season? Mark Schlabach has the answers.
Illinois upset Wisconsin. Notre Dame capitalized on UCLA's collapse. But that doesn't mean the Illini or Irish have turned a corner. Chris Fowler looks at the work left to do, his top five and the toughest stadiums to get to.
Quarterbacks are calm and cool. They have all the answers. Not this season. Even the nation's best QBs have something to prove in 2007.