As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 13, conference title game rematches, the coaching carousel and bowl talk are lined up in the I-Formation.
While USF's upset of West Virginia might have lacked artistry, the Bulls' first act on the big stage more than made up for it in passion.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 5, dealing with WVU's speed, Kentucky's concentration and FSU's offense are in the I-Formation.
After peering into his crystal ball, Ivan Maisel conjured up five predictions for the 2007 Big East season.
The Big East enjoyed a banner season in 2006. What can the conference do for an encore in 2007?
The recipe for the 2007 season features a generous sprinkling of Southeastern Conference powers, a dash of Southern California and a pinch of the southernmost team in the country.
West Virginia worked hard. The Mountaineers stayed hungry and humble. They focused on reaching the BCS Championship Game. All of it disappeared in 5.5 minutes against Louisville, writes Ivan Maisel.
For the members of the Big East, No. 3 West Virginia vs. No. 5 Louisville is more than just a top-five matchup. It's about redemption for the conference, writes Ivan Maisel.
Will West Virginia and Louisville live up to expectations? Who will get the North Carolina job? How do you hold the crystal football? Ivan Maisel has all the answers.
From how to woo a mom in recruiting to finding out what happened to USC's Chauncey Washington to Miami's soapbox moment, Ivan Maisel tackles all the hot topics.
The season is young and so is Steve Slaton, but No. 5 West Virginia and its star RB are off to a fast start, writes Ivan Maisel.
Pat White traveled from Alabama to West Virginia so he could play quarterback. The Moutaineers are reaping the benefits, writes Ivan Maisel.