Steve Bisheff wonders if Mark Sanchez's NFL career would have been better with another year at USC while also wondering if Matt Barkley would have been better served going to the NFL after last season.
Matt Barkley can make a big impression in the Heisman race with a big outing in the Big Apple.
Syracuse's offense, led by senior quarterback Ryan Nassib, can pass with anyone, but can the Orange put up enough points to hang with the No. 2-ranked USC Trojans?
Rumors of the demise of USC's national recruiting prowess have been severely exaggerated, as the Trojans are flexing their national recruiting muscles.
Steve Bisheff wonders if Heisman snub brings Matt Barkley back, expresses surprise at the winner and wonders what the Lakers are doing.
Since he wasn't invited to New York, Matt Barkley has no chance at the Heisman Trophy this year. But there have been some great Trojans who never hoisted the Heisman.
The Wolverines have only four spots to fill in the 2012 class, and they will take whoever commits first.
Faton Bauta could play a number of positions at the next level, but he wants to remain a quarterback. That's where Georgia says it wants him.
WolverineNation sat down with Michigan grads and former ESPN Classic "Cheap Seats" hosts Jason and Randy Sklar, who graduated from Michigan in 1994.