The Big Ten might have seen its chances of sending a team to the College Football Playoff end after Week 2 after a dismal Saturday, Mark Schlabach writes.
The Big Ten could be irrelevant in the national championship race before the calendar even turns to October, Mark Schlabach writes.
In the final season of the BCS, everything fell into place on Saturday, setting up a title matchup between Auburn and Florida State.
Bo Pelini and Nebraska take a walk on the mild side with loss to Minnesota.
Bulldogs fall to Vanderbilt, just like they did in the magical year of Jason Aldean's song.
After living on the edge, Wolverines finally fall to infamous No. 5 spot in our rankings.
It's no secret: The Bottom 10 mourns Tom Clancy as Maryland rolls over
"Mad Men" and Dana Holgorsen both feel the strange sensation of being shut out.
No matter what Amari Cooper would have you believe, Alabama's clash with Texas A&M has the potential to join the list of greatest college football revenge games.
With a clearer path to perfection, Ohio State overtakes Alabama at No. 1.
Three of last season's biggest surprises -- Louisville, Ohio State and Texas A&M -- will play their spring games on Saturday. Meanwhile, Florida State, Oklahoma and USC hope to begin to sort out their heated quarterback battles.
Coaches have shuffled, players have declared, and recruits have pledged. It's time to take a second look at the 2013 Top 25.
Mark Schlabach offers a post-spring way-too-eaarly look at the top 25 teams for the 2012 season.
Ohio State-Michigan has always been a highly anticipated matchup, but this season's contest figures to be even more intense and important.
The weather might not agree, but colleges are starting spring practices. And there are plenty of questions to be answered.
Players have declared for the NFL draft. Recruits have signed their letters of intent. It's time to take a second look at the 2012 top 25.