The 2005-06 bowl season concludes with games that have more questions than answers.
The 2005-06 bowl season continues with 11 games to close out December.
The 2005-06 bowl season gets underway with six games before Christmas Day.
There may be a lot of conference titles on the line, but the week is not filled with a lot of great matchups.
This week's schedule is again full of rivalry games, which adds an intangible element to picking winners.
The schedule is loaded with rival games, which adds an intangible element to picking games.
USC should survive its annual scare with Cal, but Bama might not be so lucky against LSU.
Miami at Virginia Tech clearly overshadows the other interesting games on this week's schedule.
Texas and USC appear to have "off" weeks, while Va. Tech and Georgia face different challenges.
This week's selections are highlighted by two long-running streaks that don't look to be broken.
This week's selections are heavy on teams that always seem to get it done at home.
This weekend's action will end up telling a lot about the rest of the season.
The schedule makers have given college football fans an entire week of action.
An interesting slate of weekday games is a present to college football fans.
Notre Dame and Oklahoma have very different challenges ahead of them this week.
The majority of the focus this week is on the big games in Ann Arbor and Columbus.