The Sooners just keep on winning, even if their 5-0 start has been marked by sloppy play and is far from perfect.
Signing day is in the books. Underclassmen have declared for the NFL draft. Spring practice is looming. It's the perfect time for a revised look at the top 25 for 2010.
Mark Schlabach is pegging Alabama as the nation's top 2010 team in his Way-Too-Early Top 25.
Texas' BCS title dreams nearly ended at the hands of Nebraska on Saturday night. A favorable call and a 46-yard field goal saved the day for the Big 12 champion Horns.
Colt McCoy delivered again in his home finale, but Texas knows it will need more than its quarterback to win the national title.
From here on out, the final score is all that matters for the top three teams.
With most of the country's teams already reaching the midpoint of their seasons, here's what the BCS standings should include or exclude.
The revised Top 25 is out, but which teams are the legit contenders for BCS bowl games?
With spring practices over, and the start of the season less than four months away, it's time to take a look at the revised way-too-early 2009 Top 25.
Which programs found starting quarterbacks? How is Oklahoma's rebuilt offensive line looking? Did ND rediscover its running game? Here are the top 12 developments from spring practice.
Out with the old and bring in the new in 2009? Not quite. Mark Schlabach has unveiled an early Top 25 and finds some familiar names at the top.
Both Ohio State (seniors' redemption) and Texas (should have been in the BCS title game) have plenty to prove in the Fiesta Bowl, writes Mark Schlabach.
Don't pencil in those W's just yet. And don't give up on once automatic losses. Things have changed since the start of the season.
Texas has looked great against Oklahoma and Missouri the past two weeks. But we still don't know whether the Big 12 is a good measuring stick for the Longhorns, writes Mark Schlabach.
As we reach the halfway point of the 2007 season, On The Mark looks at what we've learned and what's ahead.
Navy's win for the ages was definitely on the mark. But Army's decision to drop a game against Georgia Tech was not.