If there's one thing we know about college football it's that one season your in, and then in the offseason you're out.
The powerhouse conferences aren't the only place to find star quarterbacks.
As we prepare for the final season of the BCS, let's take a look back at its highs and lows.
Keep an eye on these 10 matchups that will help decide the road to the 2012 BCS National Championship Game.
Mark Schlabach ranks the 10 toughest schedules in college football and says Notre Dame will be tested on the road and at home this season.
John L. Smith left his alma mater to become interim coach at Arkansas after the Bobby Petrino scandal. For Smith, this latest move is just another adventure.
Notre Dame might not be the heavyweight of yesteryear, but the Fighting Irish still matter to a majority of people.
From playoffs supplanting the BCS to the SEC and the Big East, it's time to examine what's hot (and not) for the 2012 college football season?
In college football today, coaches have decreasing shelf lives and increasing expectations to win right away.
Missouri and Texas A&M start their SEC entrance exams in less than a month. Are they ready for the challenges they'll face in their new league?
Andrew Luck or Trent Richardson? Robert Griffin III or Case Keenum? Some of college football's most prestigious individual awards are up for grabs Thursday night.
On The Mark welcomes the return of kickoff classic games, with opening-weekend headliners Georgia-Boise State and Oregon-LSU starting the 2011 season with a bang.
From the Oregon-LSU and Boise State-Georgia doubleheader on Saturday night to the season-ending Bedlam Series, 2011 promises a number of great matchups.
What's hot (and not) for the 2011 college football season?
Despite his recent arrival on campus, Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson has already jelled nicely with his new Badgers teammates.
From Iowa's pink visiting locker room to Wisconsin's mammoth offensive line, Nebraska has been busy acclimating itself to its new league.