Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan must get Denard Robinson comfortable early to win at Nebraska.
Plenty of top players at Tallahassee, Fla., Lincoln have stayed home to play for Florida State. But teammates James Hearns and Reggie Davis have chosen Florida and Georgia, respectively.
O.J. Howard doesn't play the stiffest HS competition in Alabama, so he took every opportunity this summer to play against the best and prove he belongs with them.
Oklahoma Sooners commit Durron Neal's stepfather preached hard work and now it's finally paying off.
Elite Georgia junior prospects Reuben Foster and Tray Matthews are virtually inseparable. Despite being committed to different schools, both players expect to play on the same team in college.
The trials he has faced in life, from dealing with his mother's thyroid cancer to being a father, has made Florida commit Matt Jones stronger.
Su'a Cravens puts USC in top three after being told he'd play defense at the next level; win over UCLA impresses recruits
Receiver is a top priority for the Gators with the 2012 recruiting class, which puts Stefon Diggs and Nelson Agholor at the top of the list.
USC will need safeties badly in 2013. Luckily for it, two of the elite in that class, David Price and Max Redfield, reside in its backyard.
Still-growing USC commit Max Tuerk could see early playing time at either tackle or guard, adding valuable versatility to the O-line.
It's no secret that the Arizona schools have a deep foundation of California talent. But several excellent players have gone from Arizona to USC over the years.
Syracuse is undefeated thanks to an explosive passing attack and hard-hitting safeties, but USC presents toughest test to date.
USC's top out-of-state targets include some West Coast offensive tackles and some athletes who could play multiple spots.