Playing quarterback at Florida is tough enough. Replacing Tim Tebow is a whole other story, but it's a challenge John Brantley is embracing.
Tim Tebow is already a college football legend. This spring, Florida is changing the way he plays quarterback.
Defending a championship is filled with pitfalls. Florida coach Urban Meyer has experienced some of them this offseason, but the Gators are determined to stay on top.
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.
ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach provides instant analysis from the Tennessee-Florida game.
Too young to be trouble? Florida served notice Saturday that the '07 Gators are even better than last season's title team, writes Mark Schlabach.
Enrolling in college early is not for everyone, but it can pay big dividends for some quarterbacks down the road, writes Mark Schlabach.
Cameron Newton celebrated a national title his first day at Florida. Now the early enrollee has a shot to back up Tim Tebow at quarterback, writes Mark Schlabach.
Take a look at what SEC questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.
Even an injury turned out well for Tim Tebow as the Florida quarterback got off to a good start as the Gators' full-time quarterback, Mark Schlabach writes.
QB Tim Tebow is making the transition from a scene-stealing supporting player to Florida's leading man, but the defending champs don't expect their fortunes to change much, writes Mark Schlabach.
USC's loss to UCLA opened up the BCS debates. Florida's win against Arkansas in the SEC title game should have closed them, writes Mark Schlabach.
Florida's six-year SEC title drought feels like an eternity to fans in Gainesville. Folks in Fayetteville are anxious to see their team win its first-ever SEC championship. There's a lot on the line Saturday.
In surviving a lifetime of hardship in the span of two years, Terry Hoeppner is teaching his players the true meaning of success.
Quiet celebrations, SEC defenses and the Big East are on the mark. Riots, SEC offenses and the ACC are not, writes Mark Schlabach.
Virginia Tech unraveled late in 2005, but Frank Beamer is taking steps to clean up the Hokies' act, writes Mark Schlabach.