There are differing opinions as to the reasons, but the numbers cannot be denied: When it comes to producing NFL head coaches, the Pac-12 is in a league of its own.
Despite no NFL team in Los Angeles, it's still not easy for USC and UCLA to get the city to buy in.
College football is running at breakneck speed. The price for building a program faster than ever before? Dynasties are crumbling in record time.
The Pat Haden/J.K.McKay band is back together at USC. Lane Kiffin is their new frontman. Can Troy's trio find the right sound and produce gridiron hits now and in the future? It won't be easy.
Keeping players in its own backyard at home has left Miami alone atop the Pipeline Bracket.
While the power shifted to the South in the 2000s, a program from the West emerged as the best of the decade.
Old blood resides at the top of the polls. Established stars are back for more. If you like seeing college football history being made, then watch the 2009 season.
It's time to trim 120 to 40 as ESPN.com writers draft their top programs.
USC quarterback Aaron Corp might not be a star, but he's the starter thanks to his knowledge of the offense.
Sit down and read our St. Patrick's Day ode to the grass on the other side of the fence. What could be greener than that?
Check out an excerpt from Ivan Maisel's new book, "The Maisel Report: College Football's Most Overrated and Underrated Players, Coaches, Teams, & Traditions."
Playing in front of 110,000 isn't nearly as nerve-wracking as speaking with Barack Obama at a rally. Just ask Penn State's Lydell Sargeant. Plus, Ivan Maisel looks at the new clock rule and Wisconsin's backfield.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 3, USC's off week, Cincinnati's secondary and Notre Dame's offense are lined up in the I-Formation.
In what might have been his final college game, Dwayne Jarrett stole the show in the Rose Bowl, writes Ivan Maisel.
The Trojans have not been as good on defense this year as they were a year ago -- and Pete Carroll knows why.
LenDale White might not receive the hype his celebrated backfield mates do, but he is the engine that powers USC, writes Ivan Maisel.