How do the 35 bowl matchups stack up? On The Mark ranks the games.
With a new college football season rapidly approaching, take a look at the teams poised to make a big breakthrough in 2011.
Ranking the best and worst bowl games? Those decisions were no-brainers. The games in between were the fun part.
Ranking the best and worst bowl games, those decisions were no-brainers. The games in between were the fun part.
Strong coaching personalities are leading Stanford, Georgia Tech and TCU toward hot finishes.
Dear 2009 college football season: You're not who we thought you were.
Look beyond the top eight teams in the nation and you'll find seven other unbeaten teams.
Bowl season has arrived, but not every game is created equal. See how Mark Schlabach ranks all 34 bowl games.
Texas was supposed to beat Texas Tech. Didn't happen. Oklahoma State was picked to beat the Red Raiders, too. Cowboys lost. Now Texas Tech is ready to face another favorite in Oklahoma.
Don't pencil in those W's just yet. And don't give up on once automatic losses. Things have changed since the start of the season.
If we learned one thing from last season's roller-coaster ride, it's that one loss does not eliminate teams from the BCS title game. On The Mark looks at four teams that could rebound.
These might not be the biggest games of the 2008 season, but they offer some of the most intriguing story lines, writes Mark Schlabach.
Navy's win for the ages was definitely on the mark. But Army's decision to drop a game against Georgia Tech was not.
As we head down the stretch of the college football season, On The Mark breaks down how the conferences are shaping up.
After Oregon State's 2006 championship, coach Pat Casey was forced to replace all but two of his position players and his top three pitchers. That didn't stop the Beavers from rolling though the College World Series en route to title No. 2.