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.
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?
With so many games, it was easy to cull out the best (and worst) of the bowl season crop.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 10, Texas Tech's big chance, Florida State's rise and academic matters are lined up in the I-Formation.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle at the halfway point in the season, Penn State, Texas and Alabama are lined up in the I-Formation and ready to receive some midseason awards.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 6, the Big 12 race, Nutty development at Ole Miss and Penn State's personality are lined up in the I-Formation.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 5, traditional powers making some noise, Northwestern's defense and two rugged running backs are lined up in the I-Formation.
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, Gridiron Bash, Georgia license plates and the nation's leading returning rusher are lined up in the I-Formation.
With its two national championships, top-ranked recruiting classes and enthusiastic coach, USC made the strongest bid to be the top-ranked program in the last 10 years.
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.
Tommy Tuberville saying he had to replace the greatest backfield in the last 50 years had the inbox overflowing.