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.
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?
From Iowa's pink visiting locker room to Wisconsin's mammoth offensive line, Nebraska has been busy acclimating itself to its new league.
2010 was a season of mediocrity for traditional powers such as Texas, Florida and Michigan. They hope to steer their respective ships back among the nation's elite in 2011.
Expansion, the SEC and Texas vs. Nebraska are hot. USC's postseason, Big Ten bashing and eye-black messages: not so much.
QB Ryan Mallett has become somewhat of an urban legend in Arkansas. Time to separate the myths from the facts before he finally takes the field for the Hogs.
Which coaches enter the 2009 season on the hot seat? There are nearly 20 of them, although some of their backsides are warmer than others.
Florida, Big 12 QBs and neutral-site games are hot. Rich Rodriguez, soft schedules and Big 12 tiebreakers: not so much.
Conference championship games have arrived. On The Mark breaks down what to look for in each contest.
These might not be the biggest games of the 2008 season, but they offer some of the most intriguing story lines, writes Mark Schlabach.
College football's alpha-male coaches have good looks, booming voices and very deep pockets. From Notre Dame to Ohio State to USC, football coaches tend to rule the roost, writes Mark Schlabach.
SEC? Still hot. Notre Dame? Warming up. ACC? Not so much. What else is hot (and not) for the 2008 college football season? Mark Schlabach has the answers.
After peering into his crystal ball, Mark Schlabach conjured up five predictions for the 2007 Big Ten season.
Postseason disappointments and three new coaches combined with questions about expansion and scheduling put the Big Ten at a crossroads in 2007.
Jake Long, Mike Hart and Chad Henne returned to Michigan for their senior years for two reasons -- to beat Ohio State and win a bowl game, writes Mark Schlabach.