Todd Gurley's superstar showing in Georgia's win over Clemson took top billing Week 1, Mark Schlabach writes.
No matter what Amari Cooper would have you believe, Alabama's clash with Texas A&M has the potential to join the list of greatest college football revenge games.
The SEC's heavyweight coaches set the agenda at SEC media days on Thursday, performing in familiar roles, with LSU's Les Miles as the court jester and Alabama's Nick Saban as the steady statesman.
With a clearer path to perfection, Ohio State overtakes Alabama at No. 1.
Several college football coaches will be making their debuts at their new schools in spring games Saturday.
For all its accolades last season, Texas A&M is still looking up in its division. That's what makes the SEC West the nation's toughest division.
Coaches have shuffled, players have declared, and recruits have pledged. It's time to take a second look at the 2013 Top 25.
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.
Alabama's AJ McCarron wasn't sharp for most of the second half, but the quarterback came up big for the Crimson Tide when it mattered most.
Debating the merits of Oregon-USC vs. Alabama-LSU is the subject of this week's On The Mark mailbag.
AJ McCarron blamed himself for Alabama's 9-6 overtime loss to LSU last season. He was a different QB when the Tide beat LSU for the BCS title, and he's continued to grow in confidence as No. 1 Alabama faces No. 5 LSU on Saturday.
There's nothing better than cheering for a winning team. But if you can't win, taking your frustration out on a rival coach -- or your own -- is a time-honored tradition.
Mark Schlabach offers a post-spring way-too-eaarly look at the top 25 teams for the 2012 season.
The weather might not agree, but colleges are starting spring practices. And there are plenty of questions to be answered.
Players have declared for the NFL draft. Recruits have signed their letters of intent. It's time to take a second look at the 2012 top 25.
Mark Schlabach offers a way-too-early look at the top 25 teams for the 2012 season.