Among the ways Brice Ramsey is trying to make sure he's part of a premier Georgia Bulldogs signing class: Go watch the guy who ended his playoff run.
Matt Barkley unwittingly added another log to the Lane Kiffin fire this week, questioning the coach's play-calling on the Dan Patrick Show.
After the season began with dreams of a BCS national championship, Lane Kiffin will need to get his team motivated for the Sun Bowl.
2014 recruits finally find the time to focus on recruiting once their playoff runs end.
USC CB recruit Jalen Ramsey took a trip to Los Angeles to watch the Trojans play Notre Dame while also checking out a big playoff game between two fellow USC pledges.
In a battle of USC recruits, Su'a Cravens' Vista Murrieta squad shut down Chris Hawkins' Rancho Cucamonga team, 34-0.
This week's USC notebook touches on Casey Tucker's meeting Sam Cunningham, Chris Hawkins getting ready for the playoffs and 2014 QB prospect Wilton Speight setting up a visit.
Did Texas QB David Ash light the stat book on fire against Wyoming? No, but he moved the chains, protected the ball and, most importantly, got a win.
Greg Katz thought he was done with talking about the college football playoff. But Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick's comments got him going again.
Having a four-team playoff is progress, but it's not good enough. An eight-team playoff is the best solution for college football.
Georgia head coach Mark Richt is in favor of a playoff system, so long as it follows a few ideals that will keep alive the tradition of a bowl season and not threaten the sport with too large a pool of teams vying for a shot at the title game.
With a run to the national title game in 2012 USC would be poised to be a dominant force if the BCS four-team format comes to fruition.
There's nothing not to like about the Rose Bowl. But for college football to evolve and move to a playoff, the Big Ten and Pac-12 have to release their grip on the fabeled game.
In this week's DawgNation Roundtable, the staff discusses what Aaron Murray will have to accomplish this coming season to be considered in the Heisman conversation.
Eddie Vanderdoes didn't expect his recruiting to blow up the way it has. But thanks to a close-knit family and community, he's handling it well.
When the BCS redrafts its postseason plan for the 2014 season, it should bring back the significance of New Year's Day to help reverse falling ratings and interest.