Dashing through some fake kicks, the art of the play fake, faux undefeated and unranked teams, and more.
Mississippi State will hire Florida offensive coordinator Dan Mullen to be its next head football coach, ESPN.com has learned from sources close to the search.
It didn't take error-free football to beat unraveling Ohio State Monday night, but Florida played that well anyway, writes Pat Forde.
There is by the book, and then there is defy the book. Urban Meyer and the Gators have boldly embraced the latter to reach the title game.
Remember Vince Young's look leading into last year's Rose Bowl? Troy Smith's got the same glint in his eyes, writes Pat Forde.
From the high-profile coaching moves to the big-money burnout jobs to handing out some Dashies, the Dash runs through it all.
From the return of Thug U to other "ambassadors" of the game to BCS arguments to boiling point locales, the Dash runs through it all.
Auburn's win over Florida made the SEC body count complete. On every given Saturday, somebody goes home beaten in the Bloody South, writes Pat Forde.
Chris Leak came to Florida to win titles. Urban Meyer did, too. The coach and quarterback have one last chance to win a ring together, writes Pat Forde.
They have the credentials and talent, yet Florida's Chris Leak and Georgia's D.J. Shockley are still being asked to prove themselves again this season.
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.
A team-by-team look back at the best of the worst of the SEC this year.
With the season drifting away, some are beginning to call for Tommy Tuberville's job.
There's some talent at Mississippi State and it's never to early to speculate who's the next coach.