From the Green Bay Packers to the University of Texas, Gene Wojciechowski ranks the top 10 head-coaching jobs in football.
The BMOC surveys BCS campaigning, firing season, realignment's next move and more.
From Jacksonville to Tucson and cities in between, it was a strange, bizarre, perfectly wonderful day and night of football.
The BMOC surveys Texas Tech and QB Seth Doege, the Heisman race, Florida QB Jeff Driskel, and more.
The BMOC weighs in on John L. Smith, the Heisman race, high-flying quarterbacks and more.
Thanks to Kentucky's victory over Indiana, we are now a combined 80 minutes away from a game never thought possible until now: a Commonwealth Armageddon in New Orleans.
The 2011 season ended in much the same way it began: with impressive performances from a litany of Heisman candidates, a few stunning upsets and a host of off-the-field issues. The BMOC wraps up the season that was.
The Big Man On Campus salutes the hero of East Lansing and the return of Tommy Upset, talks expansion and playoffs, calls out coaches and ranks the best. All in a day's work.
A big-time college coach talks about how his business can break a fellow coach such as Urban Meyer. Because if it can happen to Meyer, it can happen to anyone.
Saturday night in Arlington almost turned Sunday night into BCS bedlam. Lucky for Texas, almost doesn't count. But just because it won't happen doesn't mean it shouldn't happen.
Lane Kiffin stirred up the Tennessee-Florida rivalry with his offseason comments. Can Monte Kiffin's defense back up his son's words?
Lane Kiffin hasn't coached a game at Tennessee, but his mouth has already suffered a loss.
After a weird game and an even weirder season, Florida's victory is going to have to do. Just what 2008 deserved.
The first national title was for them. The second one is for the Gators' legacy as a great all-time team, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
Florida has a chance to become the first repeat champion since Duke in the early '90s, but given the times, the Gators' feat would be more impressive, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
Ten burning questions that must be asked now that the Final Four has become the Final Two.