Hawaii 41, San Jose St. 7
It's never too early to look at what's hot and what's not for the 2005 college football season.
Blue Ribbon Yearbook previews the 2005 college football season, exclusively on Insider.
The WAC has a long way to go -- to strengthen both its bottom-dwellers and Boise State's non-conference schedule.
Boise State's defense has not gotten the pub they deserve, because the offense is always so dominant.
Hawaii's Timmy Chang has supplanted Ty Detmer as the most prolific passer in NCAA history.
Hawaii 46, San Jose State 28
Mike Price is paying big dividends at UTEP, where the Miners are the surprise team of college football.
Racing this week from debating about the top games to coaches who may not surive the season to Adriana and The Dash breaking down the BCS busters.
From the offensive display at Notre Dame Stadium to a power failure to Trev's, Mark's and Rece's final thoughts.
Fresno State coach Pat Hill has set the standard for non-BCS teams going against BCS teams.
After a year on the sidelines, Mike Price is back and excited about the challenges at UTEP.
Boise State, which hasn't lost a conference football game since 2001, is the favorite again to win its third straight Western Athletic Conference title, with Fresno State close behind, a media poll released Wednesday said.
A team-by-team look back at the best of the worst of the WAC this year.
Fresno State's brutal nonconference schedule may pay huge dividends down the stretch.
Fresno State still controls its own destiny in the WAC, and the Bulldogs have a history of late-season success.