Todd Gurley's superstar showing in Georgia's win over Clemson took top billing Week 1, Mark Schlabach writes.
The Bottom 10 loves scary movies, especially around Halloween time. Unfortunately, Illinois fans might not like how this scary movie ends.
Ranking the best and worst bowl games? Those decisions were no-brainers. The games in between were the fun part.
There might not be an "I" in team, but there's plenty of "I" teams in the Bottom 10 this week.
From rookie quarterbacks to coaches on the hot seat, Mark Schlabach looks at the players, coaches and teams who have the most to gain -- or lose -- in Week 1.
Some programs and coaches, whether it's because of happenstance or just plain, old, bad luck, have found themselves in harm's way much more than others.
There's Widespread Panic circulating through the bottom of the college football barrel.
There are six things you need to know about the initial BCS standings.
Miami and Florida State are trying to recapture their past glory, starting on Labor Day night.
The fact is that our fantasy college football world mirrors the reality of 2009. Even in make-believe, Florida is the favorite to win it all.
Which teams are taking the nonconference hard road this season? Which ones have a soft landing? Mark Schlabach examines the schedules.
Texas was supposed to beat Texas Tech. Didn't happen. Oklahoma State was picked to beat the Red Raiders, too. Cowboys lost. Now Texas Tech is ready to face another favorite in Oklahoma.
Consider the first week of October the calm before the storm. Starting on Saturday there's a slew of big matchups coming over the coming weeks that will help decide who plays in Miami.
The quarterbacks in the Ohio State-USC showdown will need to be on the mark this Saturday. Off the mark last week were Florida's running game and Syracuse coach Greg Robinson.
Skip Holtz's rebuilding job at East Carolina hit the mark Saturday. Tommy Bowden's first carry call missed badly. Mark Schlabach runs down all the weekend's hits and misses.
SEC? Still hot. Notre Dame? Warming up. ACC? Not so much. What else is hot (and not) for the 2008 college football season? Mark Schlabach has the answers.