Bruce Feldman looks at five storylines for the final weekend of September. Foremost among them: Ryan Mallett's cannon arm vs. Greg McElroy's efficient ball movement. Also: prime time on the blue turf, Big East respect battles and more.
Bruce Feldman ranks the 10 most interesting games of September 2010; Michigan at ND doesn't make the list, but a potential trap game for the Tide in Fayetville ranks among the top five -- plus, a new stud for the Oklahoma Sooners.
Bruce Feldman rolls out 10 reasons Alabama can win it all again in 2010. Plus: Denard Robinson over Tate Forcier at Michigan. Plus: Texas, yet again, is crushing it on the recruiting trail. Plus: Jeremiah Masoli's connection to Pat Tillman.
On the morning of the 2010 BCS title game, Bruce Feldman comes out and predicts the final score will be Texas 16, Alabama 14 is his pick. History can be the judge of this one (ah, Google cache) for eternity.
The day before the 2010 BCS championship, Bruce Feldman looks at the 10 guys most "on the spot" -- in need of a big game, basically -- in the contest. No. 1 is Colt McCoy (logical). No. 2-10 might surprise you, though. Dive in.
Bruce Feldman ran around BCS title game on media day asking Alabama and Texas players what the greatest day of their lives -- to this point -- has been. Think the answers might change come Thursday at 11:30 p.m.?
Bruce Feldman looks at five of the most important decisions upcoming regarding the 2010 NFL draft: Rolando McClain, Aaron Hernandez, Derrick Morgan and more. Plus: junior college recruiting news and a new QB for Oklahoma (maybe).
After one of the biggest wins in Oregon's history, Stanford silences all the hype surrounding the Ducks. Plus, Heisman talk, Weis' hanging from a thread and notes from around the college football landscape.
Bruce Feldman's mailbag for Nov. 6, 2009, addresses topics as far-ranging as Heisman formulas, Golden Tate's versatility, Kellen Moore's toughness and what kind of attenton Armanti Edwards is receiving.
The Alabama Crimson Tide may be in trouble if QB Greg McElroy doesn't start playing with confidence again. Plus, why TCU is arguably the most impressive team in the country and why Tim Tebow may have fallen out of the Heisman picture.