Texas coach echoes defensive coordinator's desire to resume one of college football's most-played rivalries.
Texas in search of identity while Texas A&M seeks to replace its identity, Mark Schlabach writes.
Texas Longhorns move in, Georgia Bulldogs move up in latest Way-Too-Early-Top 25.
No matter what Amari Cooper would have you believe, Alabama's clash with Texas A&M has the potential to join the list of greatest college football revenge games.
As we prepare for the final season of the BCS, let's take a look back at its highs and lows.
BCS is known for a lot of controversy, and rightfully so, but one thing it got right was the continuation of some intense rivalries. Then conference realignment came along and killed many of those, too.
Texas coach Mack Brown said Tuesday that he agrees with Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby's recent remarks that college football's most successful programs need to break away from the rest of the sport.
With a clearer path to perfection, Ohio State overtakes Alabama at No. 1.
From Johnny Manziel to Johnny Football to Johnny Heisman, the Texas A&M quarterback continues to captivate the college football world.
Texas is trying to catch up with the rest of the Big 12 by picking up the pace on offense.
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy, said Tuesday that he has self-imposed a Twitter ban in an attempt to keep his personal life more private.
Coaches have shuffled, players have declared, and recruits have pledged. It's time to take a second look at the 2013 Top 25.
Nick Saban tries to find a comparable example for Johnny Football and Lane Kiffin tries to explain another curious incident at USC in this week's On The Mark Mailbag.
Geno Smith was far from perfect but still passed for four TDs and got some help in the victory over Texas, the Mountaineers' first Big 12 road game.
Who is college football's best linebacker? On The Mark mailbag tackles that question and more.
There's nothing better than cheering for a winning team. But if you can't win, taking your frustration out on a rival coach -- or your own -- is a time-honored tradition.