While the power shifted to the South in the 2000s, a program from the West emerged as the best of the decade.
Alabama and Texas enjoyed some fun and games Saturday. But the object for both teams is to have fun in the game Thursday. Nick Saban and Mack Brown are well aware of that fact.
Rivalry Week turned out to be just what the 2009 season needed. After weeks of predictability, Week 13 provided passion, intensity, upsets and close calls heading into the final stretch.
The preseason hype sent the season's stock to an all-time high. Now it feels like we were part of a Ponzi scheme.
It isn't chemistry, it's alchemy that has lifted Iowa and Oregon to new heights this season.
Only one of the top 15 teams lost this weekend, but it was an entertaining day nonetheless.
No player or team has made the first half of the season sparkle, leaving fans waiting to be dazzled in the second half.
Sam Bradford, Colt McCoy and Tim Tebow would tell you they are lucky to have college football. It turns out the reverse is true, too.
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.
With so many games, it was easy to cull out the best (and worst) of the bowl season crop.
The traditional transition of power occurs in January. But now is the time to analyze the candidates and major issues. Let the debate on the 2008 season begin.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on spring practice, a blueprint for Terrelle Pryor's success at Ohio State, academic questions at Michigan and Mississippi State's development are lined up in the I-Formation.
The College GameDay crew looks back at the lack of upsets and some impressive defense, and hands out some helmet stickers.