College football is running at breakneck speed. The price for building a program faster than ever before? Dynasties are crumbling in record time.
While the power shifted to the South in the 2000s, a program from the West emerged as the best of the decade.
No player or team has made the first half of the season sparkle, leaving fans waiting to be dazzled in the second half.
Bruce Feldman's weekly top-10 list focuses on the coaches who are the best fits for their programs. Among them: Frank Beamer, Joe Paterno, Pete Carroll -- and potentially a surprise to some at the top.
It's time to trim 120 to 40 as ESPN.com writers draft their top programs.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 11, the alternative BCS route, learning on the job and the curse of the crystal football are lined up in the I-Formation.
Check out an excerpt from Ivan Maisel's new book, "The Maisel Report: College Football's Most Overrated and Underrated Players, Coaches, Teams, & Traditions."
The College GameDay crew weighs in on the BCS candidates and the offense at Oregon and hands out some helmet stickers.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 4, Superdome spies, SEC collisions and USC RBs are lined up in the I-Formation.
What are the top programs of the past decade? That's the question ESPN.com has attempted to answer in this series. Ivan Maisel looks at programs Nos. 1 to 25.
Is there such a thing as a good bye-week coach? Are the coaching floodgates about to open? How dark are the clouds at Bama? Should Bobby Bowden retire? Ivan Maisel has all the answers.
In their final pre-game press conferences on Tuesday, Pete Carroll and Mack Brown waxed eloquently about their teams.
How do you stop USC or Texas? Pat Forde and Ivan Maisel turned to a couple of coaches to find out.
Finding an edge for USC or Texas in this Rose Bowl matchup isn't easy, until you turn to the Horns' special teams, writes Ivan Maisel.
LenDale White might not receive the hype his celebrated backfield mates do, but he is the engine that powers USC, writes Ivan Maisel.
Mack Brown and Pete Carroll left 'em laughing at the Rose Bowl's Friday press conferences.