With signing day less than two weeks away, this is how the recruiting classes in the Pac-12 stack up.
USC picked a good time to go 10-2, as much of the South Division is retooling with high-profile coaches.
Several Pac-12 North teams are primed for big recruiting finishes, as Stanford, Cal, Oregon and Washington are in on many top prospects.
Brady Hoke should know better than anyone that the Wolverines are in for a serious challenge from San Diego State.
Talking NCAA and Kiffin, receivers past and present, video boards, stadium security and financial security.
Noah Spence's daily battles with All-Big Ten offensive tackle Jack Mewhort have been eye-opening, as the rising sophomore defensive end is showing star potential in Ohio State spring practice.
Before the freshmen arrive, Adolphus Washington, Jordan Hall and Curtis Grant look to claim big roles with the 2013 Ohio State Buckeyes in spring practice.
Southern Cal quarterback commit Max Browne is expected to break the state of Washington career passing yards record in his final game before he moves on to the next level.
Ohio State Buckeyes are recrutiing cornerback D'Andre Payne of Washington, D.C., who has plenty of speed and plenty of college offers.
No team has gone longer without a 1,000-yard rusher than FSU, an inexplicable streak that will continue this season after the season-ending injury to Chris Thompson.
BuckeyeNation caught up with Gareon Conley to get his thoughts on where he might end up at the next level and to see what he thought about his high school team's run to a state title.
A statistical breakdown of the remaining opponents on USC's schedule.
When Oklahoma's new Big 12 schedule first came out, most everyone pointed to a rigid November stretch. But in reality, the three-game stretch that will determine whether the Sooners are contenders or pretenders begins this weekend.
Defensive line coach Mike Vrabel has a problem, but it's a good one: The Buckeyes have almost too much depth in their front four.
Last season, the most troubling part of the Sooners' blowout Bedlam loss wasn't the result but what was happening off the field.
Ohio State Buckeyes defensive tackle Adolphus Washington picked up 50 pounds almost by accident, but it was welcomed.