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.
What's hot (and not) for the 2011 college football season?
It's time to hand out individual awards at The Home Depot College Football Awards show. Who should win and who will win can be two different things.
Ranking the best and worst bowl games? Those decisions were no-brainers. The games in between were the fun part.
The 2010 edition of the best day in college sports turned into arguably the greatest opening day in NCAA tournament history.
With most of the country's teams already reaching the midpoint of their seasons, here's what the BCS standings should include or exclude.
What did we learn during the first three weeks of the season? What we thought we knew over the summer wasn't exactly true.
Which coaches enter the 2009 season on the hot seat? There are nearly 20 of them, although some of their backsides are warmer than others.
Old-time football -- bruising rushing attacks and black-and-blue defenses -- will win the day in the Knute Rockne Conference.
Bowl season has arrived, but not every game is created equal. See how Mark Schlabach ranks all 34 bowl games.
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.
These might not be the biggest games of the 2008 season, but they offer some of the most intriguing story lines, writes Mark Schlabach.
Calm in the huddle. Cool under pressure. An air of confidence. Clutch players share similar traits, but can their "it" factor be defined?
Players like Wayne Ellington, Arinze Onuaku and Sam Young were mere afterthoughts last season on their team's benches. But with one more year of experience, they've turned into big-time studs, writes Mark Schlabach.
With one week left in the regular season, On the Mark sorts through the surprises and disappointments of the most unpredictable college football season on record.