From possible trap games in Gainesville and Austin to a Pac-10 shootout in Eugene, our experts and analysts look at the biggest story lines in Week 5.
Quarterbacks like LSU's Matt Flynn are going to be the players under the most pressure to perform this upcoming season, writes Todd McShay.
The top teams in 2006 got to the top thanks in part to the play of big-name stars. Are their replacements ready for prime time? Mark Schlabach looks at the teams with the biggest holes to fill.
USC? Still hot. Notre Dame? Not so much. What else is hot (and not) for the 2007 college football season? Mark Schlabach has the answers.
With a solid run game and a deep and athletic defense, Ohio State should not suffer a major dropoff in 2007.
With the 2006 season barely in the rearview mirror, Mark Schlabach looks down the road to the top 25 teams of the 2007 season.
From Notre Dame to Auburn, Todd McShay breaks down the top backfields of 2006.
Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill takes a look at five freshmen who will make an impact in the Big Ten this season.
Armed with an explosive offense, Tresselball will have a new look in 2006. The onus is on Ohio State to see if it's improved, writes Ivan Maisel.
Who can win it all in 2006 when the best have already lost so much?
Entering the season, no one team stands out, but there are 10 teams to watch in the wide-open 2006 title chase, writes Mark Schlabach.
With Troy Smith at quarterback, the Buckeyes should challenge for the national title.
From the marquee QBs to every other position, there are certain players who just have to produce this year.
ESPN.com's Mel Kiper lists the five most important players from five teams from the Big Ten.
Ted Ginn and the Buckeyes could be in store for a big season.