Alabama and Florida State are obvious at the top, but it gets interesting after the Tide and Noles.
It wasn't a game for the ages, but it was a victory Stanford will bear-hug for a very long time. If anybody understands that Rose Bowls don't grow on trees, it's Stanford.
Oregon's plan was simple: win out and go to Miami. Stanford had a different idea, starting with spoiling the Ducks' perfect season.
How did Notre Dame become relevant again? By overcoming the obstacles that tripped up the Irish in recent seasons.
Anybody can write about the Allstate BCS National Championship Game. But here are 10 of the smaller bowl games that deserve some BMOC love.
The 2011 season ended in much the same way it began: with impressive performances from a litany of Heisman candidates, a few stunning upsets and a host of off-the-field issues. The BMOC wraps up the season that was.
It has been a season of controversy, of expansion, of scandal, of new conference championships, of hellos and of goodbyes. Yet, here we are, still wanting more.
BCS breaks, Bama and cool programs top the BMOC's countdown.
Game of the Century redux, Heisman talk and the BCS's future are among the BMOC's top 20.
Kansas State's impressive QB, BCS fun and The Mad Visor made the BMOC's weekly top 20.
With its thrashing of Stanford on Saturday, Oregon showed the college football world it is ready for a rematch with LSU.
Off-the-field issues, ranging from the Penn State scandal, BCS complaints and expansion irony have overshadowed the showdown in Tuscaloosa and the game of the half-century in Palo Alto.
The Big Man on Campus chews on the latest expansion news, Nick Saban vs. Les Miles and some awful Ohio State uniforms.
Strange things can happen in college football. But Jim Harbaugh and Andrew Luck staying at Stanford won't be one of them.
Charlie Weis started his tenure at Notre Dame by talking a big game. He may have finished his time in South Bend silently.
Trent Johnson nearly ended Stanford's season early after a mindless ejection had him watching a great game from the locker room, writes Gene Wojciechowski.