College football is a transitional sport by nature, but 2010 will open with a number of teams, coaches, players and conferences at a unique junction.
Sam Bradford, Colt McCoy and Tim Tebow would tell you they are lucky to have college football. It turns out the reverse is true, too.
Old blood resides at the top of the polls. Established stars are back for more. If you like seeing college football history being made, then watch the 2009 season.
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.
The recipe for the 2007 season features a generous sprinkling of Southeastern Conference powers, a dash of Southern California and a pinch of the southernmost team in the country.
The tricks of Urban Meyer's offense are guarded the way the Colonel guards his fried chicken recipe, but the premise is simply to get the best guy the ball.