For the first time, Oregon is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll.
The Oregon Ducks have risen to prominence quickly over the past 10 years. Bruce Feldman lists 10 vital moments in the past decade that helped bring the Ducks into the national spotlight. Plus news and notes from around college football.
There's no formula, but being unflappable can separate good quarterbacks from winning ones.
Those early season crushes usually lead to heartbreak at year's end. One thing we do know is that the Big East and ACC aren't getting much love.
These might not be the biggest games of the 2008 season, but they offer some of the most intriguing story lines, writes Mark Schlabach.
The traditional transition of power occurs in January. But now is the time to analyze the candidates and major issues. Let the debate on the 2008 season begin.
Tom Luginbill sums up the trends of the 2008 class and writes about what to watch for on national signing day.
Bruce Feldman takes a look at the top 10 most impressive single-game performances of the season.
Darren McFadden jumped back into the Heisman race with his record-tying performance, and Matt Ryan might have fallen out, writes Todd McShay in his weekly stock report.
The College GameDay crew weighs in on the BCS candidates and the offense at Oregon and hands out some helmet stickers.
From Arizona State-Oregon to Ohio State-Wisconsin, Bruce Feldman makes his picks for Week 10.
From a Holy Trinity moment to the November nine to rating the top gunslingers, The Dash laterals his way through it all.
Considering Oregon and ASU's rise, it probably isn't surprising that Dennis Dixon and Rudy Carpenter are two of the most improved players this season. But who else made the list?
From programs wandering off the streets and into the penthouse to October forecasting to VIP newsletters, The Dash runs through it all.
Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford has been nearly flawless this season, while Notre Dame's offense has been very flawed. Bruce Feldman ranks the season's biggest surprises.
Matt Grothe is looking like a Doug Flutie clone, while the Virginia Tech offensive line had their troubles with LSU, writes Todd McShay in his weekly stock report.