Brad Edwards takes a look at what would have to happen for Auburn, Missouri or Alabama to unseat Florida State or Ohio State in the BCS national championship game.
Brad Edwards ranks the BCS contenders by which teams need the least help to reach the national title game, assuming they can win out.
Brad Edwards writes that we could see college football's postseason go to a model that puts four teams into a playoff. He says that won't slow the SEC, and could help it even more.
With losses this weekend, LSU and Ohio State are likely out of the BCS title hunt. USC, even with one loss, will still need help, writes Brad Edwards.
History tells us that worrying about multiple unbeaten teams is futile. But this initial BCS standings is historical itself, having the top three teams come from outside the AP's preseason top 10, writes Brad Edwards.
We've been down this road in 2007. A bad loss early in the season won't end any team's title chances in the current BCS climate, writes Brad Edwards.
Losses by West Virginia and Missouri left the BCS Championship Game in the hands of the voters -- which means as many as eight teams have a chance, writes Brad Edwards.
Six teams still have BCS title-game aspirations, but LSU and Kansas will meet for the championship if each team wins out, writes Brad Edwards.
It's down to five teams with a realistic chance at the BCS title game. That means the participants might not be decided until the last day of the regular season, writes Brad Edwards.
LSU is in the driver's seat for the No. 2 spot in the BCS standings but it might be possible for Kansas to leapfrog the Tigers by winning out, writes Brad Edwards.
An embarrassing loss on Saturday to Stanford might be nothing more than a minor setback for USC in regard to the BCS, writes Brad Edwards.
ESPN.com takes a team-by-team look back at spring practice.
Missouri spring recap
Oklahoma State spring recap
Colorado spring recap
Kansas spring recap