Rod Gilmore writes that the Big East was toast until Louisville started to put together an undefeated season.
Rod Gilmore writes that Notre Dame's BCS title hopes will come to an end against Oklahoma on Saturday because of a limited Irish offense that won't be able to keep pace with the Sooners.
Rod Gilmore looks at three undefeated top-10 teams -- Notre Dame, West Virginia and Georgia -- and writes that they will soon be exposed as pretenders in the BCS national title race.
The BCS computers penalized undefeated West Virginia and Louisville for not playing tough schedules. The AP and coaches' polls should follow suit, writes Rod Gilmore.
Alabama, Nebraska and Penn State are off to undefeated starts, but Rod Gilmore wonders if these legendary programs are truly back.
For years, it was believed teams vying for a title couldn't afford to play freshmen. That's no longer the case.
USC and Oklahoma will play for the title; there will be a BCS buster; and a freshman might steal the Heisman.