From East Carolina's surprising season to Central Michigan's big game, the non-BCS and independents are covered here.
The adjustment to I-A football has been quick and tough, but FIU is making progress.
A league that had never sent more than two squads to the postseason reaped five bowl bids this year.
Louisville is the favorite to capture the conference title after a near-flawless start.
Notre Dame must find ways to get WR Carlyle Holiday involved against Michigan's talented secondary.
He's not getting a lot of attention, but Louisville QB Stefan LeFors is quietly getting the job done.
Miami (Ohio) coach Terry Hoeppner's plan includes getting on TV, even if it's not on a Saturday.
Still stinging from a near-upset of Wisconsin, Akron wonders what might have been.
Julius Jones is back with the Irish and now the only question is how much he"ll play against Washington State.
Northern Illinois' national TV upset of then-No. 14 Maryland should pay big dividends.
The Irish received bad news over the weekend as brothers Greg and Chris Olsen decided to transfer.
A team-by-team look around the MAC.