Bruce Feldman decided to re-rank the 2008 recruiting class as those players ostensibily approach their fourth years in college. Well, some have already left for the NFL, but the No. 1 overall player was just the No. 61-ranked recruit.
Bruce Feldman's blog comes from two angles: 10 individual seasons that should have won a Heisman but didn't (think Ndamukong Suh in 2009, Herschel Walker in 1980) and buzz on the Miami and Pittsburgh jobs. Mark Stoops, anyone?
Bruce Feldman looks at the 10 biggest developments -- i.e. stories -- in college football through five weeks. Chief among them: the UNC mess, the re-ordered Pac-10 and the rise of Denard Robinson and Taylor Martinez.
After Deonte Thompson's quote about John Brantley being "a real quarterback" drew the ire of many Tim Tebow supporters, Urban Meyer had his reasons to stand by his player. But his public attack of a reporter just gave the story a longer shelf life.
Bruce Feldman checks in to the college football page on ESPN.com's "Best of the Decade" week with a unique swirl: the best recruiting classes of the decade. Man, it's a shame Pete Carroll is coaching on Sundays now, ain't it?
The day after Alabama beat Texas for the national title, Bruce Feldman reflects: What is Colt McCoy's legacy at Texas? Where does Nick Saban rank all-time among college coaches? And -- could Boise beat Alabama?
Bruce Feldman, as the 2000s end: Let's rank the best individual seasons (by a player) of the decade. Vince Young 2005, right? Sure. Reggie Bush 2005? Check. What about Tebow? Suh '09? Crabtree? Come on in and you can see the whole thing.
Bruce Feldman checks in with picks for the first three bowl games of 2009-2010, as well as notes on the rise of the Pac-10, whether Greg Schiano would ever go to Penn State, and Ryan Matthews' prospects as a NFL RB.
Bruce Feldman looks at five of the most important decisions upcoming regarding the 2010 NFL draft: Rolando McClain, Aaron Hernandez, Derrick Morgan and more. Plus: junior college recruiting news and a new QB for Oklahoma (maybe).
Bruce Feldman opens up the mailbag on December 11, 2009. Topics: Brian Kelly at ND; Suh's NFL prospects; Charlie Strong at Louisville; the three most interesting bowl games; ESPN Films' "The U," Les Miles turning the LSU ship around and more.
Bruce Feldman calls in two Heisman voters to talk about voting criteria: Should it "most valuable" or "most outstanding"? Plus: How the 2010 BCS title game could have been Alabama vs. -- wait for it -- Oregon State.
Bruce Feldman reveals his top three for Heisman 2009 -- Suh, Ingram and McCoy in that order -- then offers up seven more guys. Plus: his choice for the next ND choice and eval of Jimmy Clausen's time in South Bend.
There are college football players who are all-time talents and there are those who connect with their fan bases for other unquantifiable reasons. Tim Tebow, however, can be placed in both categories, and he proved it again Saturday.
USC is finally feeling the loss of so much talent, Stanford's ascension isn't an accident, TCU is certainly in the "best overall team" conversation, Weis' mess, SMU's rise, Heisman picks and much more.