Three legendary Heisman Trophy winners -- stretching from Miami's Vinny Testaverde in 1986 through Florida's Danny Wuerffel in 1996 to Wisconsin's Ron Dayne in 1999 -- head a 2013 College Football Hall of Fame class.
Tie games play a big part in the World Cup. They also used to play a role in college football. Those days are over on the gridiron, but the debates they ignited endure.
The College Football Hall of Fame's class of 2010 provides a snapshot of the sport dating back a half-century.
It's a good thing Army-Navy doesn't rely on competitiveness for its appeal. Navy may have won its eighth straight in the series, but the game is about much more than what appears on the scoreboard.
The teams come and the games go, but the reminders are forever at the college football stadiums constructed as living memorials to those who served the nation.
The coverage of recruiting has never been greater. Yet recruiting itself still consists of guesswork. Coaches are making quicker decisions with less information, writes Ivan Maisel.
Thousands of miles from a football field, former Navy players still are benefiting from lessons learned on the gridiron, writes Ivan Maisel.
If Navy snaps a 40-year losing streak to Notre Dame on Saturday, a perfect season grows more and more likely. But the Midshipmen don't even care about the BCS.