Take a midseason look at the C-USA, MAC, Mountain West, Sun Belt, WAC and the Independents.
Bowling Green 38, Ohio 14
After ending a 17-game losing streak, George O'Leary and Central Florida can breathe a little easier.
Nothing was off the record when our college football experts talked about the state of college football.
It's never too early to look at what's hot and what's not for the 2005 college football season.
Our college football experts share the three things they can't wait to see this fall in the MAC.
A league that had never sent more than two squads to the postseason reaped five bowl bids this year.
Akron's remarkable comeback devastated Marshall and spun the MAC East Division into a tizzy.
Last Saturday's games showed that quarterbacks from the frigid Midwest can pass the ball as well as anyone in the country.
Bowling Green 41, Ohio 16
Our scout looks ahead to the weekend and wonders if Fresno State can spoil Boise State's BCS hopes.
Will Marshall, Northern Illinois or Toledo be left out when the MAC goes bowling?
Ohio's spread offense ambushed Kentucky, giving the Bobcats' program a historic victory.
Miami (Ohio) coach Terry Hoeppner's plan includes getting on TV, even if it's not on a Saturday.