Bruce Feldman recaps the first weekend of October in college football. He was at the Oregon win over Stanford, and spoke with LaMichael James afterward. The stud RB was thinking about daisies before hanging more than 200 yards on the Cardinal.
Bruce Feldman makes his Week 5 picks. He likes Bama and Oregon in the marquee games of this weekend, but he scatters a few surprises along the way -- one in the ACC, one in a prime-time game, and more. Plus: a change in philosophy for UGA.
Bruce Feldman looks at the most compelling angles to Week 5 in college football, including Saban vs. Meyer III, Andrew Luck vs. a speedy Oregon defense, Oklahoma's national championship potential, and Wisco vs. Michigan State keys.
Bruce Feldman looks at five storylines for the final weekend of September. Foremost among them: Ryan Mallett's cannon arm vs. Greg McElroy's efficient ball movement. Also: prime time on the blue turf, Big East respect battles and more.
Season-opening showdowns like the Chick-fil-A game captivate fans and benefit teams with an early test and a chance to tap fertile recruiting ground. So why aren't knockoffs popping up all over the country? Bruce Feldman explains the hurdles.
Nick Saban is 'about ready' for the NCAA to say 'let's just throw the NFL out,' moving the bulk of the evaluation process to the combine. If Saban's going to follow through with this arc, what is it going to mean for the NCAA, the NFL and scouts?
Bruce Feldman talks with Notre Dame QB Dayne Crist about adapting to a new coach and a new, up-tempo offense, as well the misconceptions about life in South Bend. Plus, notes about a USC defector and the SEC coaches with the hottest seats this fall.
Bruce Feldman ruminates on a recent study showing Ohio State spends more on its football program than any other major university, as well as looking at another online resource claiming Nick Saban has overtaken Urban Meyer as the SEC's premier coach.
Bruce Feldman rolls out 10 reasons Alabama can win it all again in 2010. Plus: Denard Robinson over Tate Forcier at Michigan. Plus: Texas, yet again, is crushing it on the recruiting trail. Plus: Jeremiah Masoli's connection to Pat Tillman.
From the April 5, 2010 issue of ESPN The Magazine: Bruce Feldman'll teach you how to navigate the Alabama website to find all of Saban's "hidden coaches," which is becoming the norm all over the college gridiron.
Bruce Feldman's mailbag for March 5, 2010, addresses these topics, among others: Landry Jones' development in 2010, when Nick Saban might retire, Brian Kelly's ND strategy, and how good Teddy Bridgewater can be as a college QB.
Bruce Feldman returns from a crashed-laptop-induced hiatus to blog on several topics: the expectations for Bama in 2010, why Lane Kiffin and Jon Favreau (the actor) are somewhat similar, and out-of-conference scheduling. Dive in.
The day after Alabama beat Texas for the national title, Bruce Feldman reflects: What is Colt McCoy's legacy at Texas? Where does Nick Saban rank all-time among college coaches? And -- could Boise beat Alabama?
It's finally here -- BCS week. In this entry, Bruce Feldman breaks down the top storylines of what will be the final week of on-the-field battles of the college football season, starting with Colt McCoy's ability to check out of bad plays.
After one of the biggest wins in Oregon's history, Stanford silences all the hype surrounding the Ducks. Plus, Heisman talk, Weis' hanging from a thread and notes from around the college football landscape.