The country decided Tuesday that it will undergo an orderly transfer of legislative power. We're about to find out if college football can do the same.
Official Nebraska might treat Saturday's showdown with Texas as just another game. But Unofficial Nebraska is looking for revenge.
College football is running at breakneck speed. The price for building a program faster than ever before? Dynasties are crumbling in record time.
Garrett Gilbert is up to handling the burden of replacing Colt McCoy. Texas coaches and players think so, and early evidence supports their belief.
Texas opened spring practice looking to get over its loss in the title game, but coach Mack Brown is dealing with a much greater loss.
While the power shifted to the South in the 2000s, a program from the West emerged as the best of the decade.
Texas' offensive line had a disastrous outing in the Big 12 title game. Nebraska's Ndamukong Suh won't be around again, but the going only gets tougher (and bigger) with Terrence Cody and Alabama's defense on deck.
Alabama and Texas enjoyed some fun and games Saturday. But the object for both teams is to have fun in the game Thursday. Nick Saban and Mack Brown are well aware of that fact.
Texas piled up wins early, but it wasn't until Colt McCoy let himself go that the Longhorns really started to click.
The preseason hype sent the season's stock to an all-time high. Now it feels like we were part of a Ponzi scheme.
To the three R's most important in Texas and Oklahoma -- Red River Rivalry -- add a fourth. Both teams are looking for revenge.
Sam Bradford, Colt McCoy and Tim Tebow would tell you they are lucky to have college football. It turns out the reverse is true, too.
Old blood resides at the top of the polls. Established stars are back for more. If you like seeing college football history being made, then watch the 2009 season.
Sit down and read our St. Patrick's Day ode to the grass on the other side of the fence. What could be greener than that?
With so many games, it was easy to cull out the best (and worst) of the bowl season crop.
Texas Tech needed to go 28 yards in eight seconds to upset No. 1 Texas. Moments after dreaming it, Michael Crabtree made it a reality, and delivered a victory and a memory that won't fade.