Most of Mack Brown's days at Texas were filled with history-making moments, but in today's college football landscape, it's the now that matters most.
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.
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.
While the power shifted to the South in the 2000s, a program from the West emerged as the best of the decade.
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.
Texas QB Colt McCoy has evolved into the kind of player and leader that his teammates respect and believe in. Now, if they would only remember his name.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 7, the Oklahoma linebackers, Texas offense and Red River Rivalry are lined up in the I-Formation.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on spring practice, a blueprint for Terrelle Pryor's success at Ohio State, academic questions at Michigan and Mississippi State's development are lined up in the I-Formation.
In the end it was Ohio State's leadership and experience that made the biggest difference against Texas, writes Ivan Maisel.
Redshirt freshman Texas quarterback Colt McCoy has big shoes to fill, and a big arm to do it, writes Ivan Maisel.
Is Ohio State the favorite in 2006? Or is it OU or Notre Dame? What about Texas? Ivan Maisel has the answer in his post-spring Top 25.
In one night, Vince Young went from a QB with an awkward motion to Texas' prodigal son and a sure-fire top-5 draft pick.
On the morning after, everybody wondered about Vince Young's future. Texas just wanted to revel in the past.
Vince Young didn't just deliver a national title nearly single-handedly. He became a Texas legend, writes Ivan Maisel.