15 Dec 2010, 12:53pm by Aaron Schatz
Click here for a look at the FO schedule of college football content through the BCS championship game.
13 Dec 2010, 04:34pm by Bill Connelly
The Big Ten has named its divisions. East and West? American and National? Nope. Legends and Leaders. As Brian Cook from MGoBlog puts it, welcome to the Successories Conference.
83 comments, Last at 16 Dec 2010, 12:17pm by parking_god
11 Dec 2010, 10:50pm by Aaron Schatz
A shock, I know.
7 comments, Last at 13 Dec 2010, 6:10pm by sundown
10 Dec 2010, 08:31am by Bill Connelly
There are plenty of strong arguments to be made for maintaining college football's non-playoff structure. And in yesterday's USA Today column, BCS chief Bill Hancock made almost none of them.
91 comments, Last at 04 Jan 2011, 3:46pm by tuluse
08 Dec 2010, 03:29pm by Brian Fremeau
A news conference has been scheduled for later today at which Urban Meyer will step down from his position as head coach of the Florida Gators.
10 comments, Last at 08 Dec 2010, 9:14pm by loneweasel
08 Dec 2010, 10:35am by Brian Fremeau
Brian Fremeau visualizes the value every kick attempted by the three Lou Groza Award finalists. The Lou Groza award is given annually to the nation's top collegiate place-kicker.
9 comments, Last at 08 Dec 2010, 10:06pm by Brian Fremeau
07 Dec 2010, 11:52am by David Gardner
Cam Newton, LaMichael James, Kellen Moore and Andrew Luck have been named Heisman finalists.
8 comments, Last at 08 Dec 2010, 2:40pm by Karl Cuba
05 Dec 2010, 11:02pm by Bill Connelly
A first glance at this season's college football bowl slate.
51 comments, Last at 09 Dec 2010, 10:09pm by dbostedo
01 Dec 2010, 02:46pm by Brian Fremeau
Cam Newton was temporarily ineligible to play on Tuesday, November 30th. According to the NCAA, he was an eligible student-athlete prior to that date, and is an eligible student-athlete after that date.
22 comments, Last at 04 Dec 2010, 10:42pm by Anonymous2
29 Nov 2010, 12:05pm by Aaron Schatz
Good, because, you know, I thought college conference names still made too much sense. So now we'll have a Big 10 with 12 teams, a Big 12 with 10 teams, a WAC that goes out to Louisiana and a Big East that goes as far east as Texas. Oh, and the Big East now has 17 teams for non-football sports. I'm sure that's doable.
Boy, I can't wait for that awesome TCU-Georgetown basketball rivalry. Catholic-Protestant SMACKDOWN!
76 comments, Last at 01 Dec 2010, 12:30pm by Pat (filler)
The league's northern divisions pose a number of meaty questions, such as: "Is the Bears' offense due for a repeat performance?" "Why do the Lions have such pronounced splits?" and "Has Johnny Manziel made the Cleveland brass even crazier?"