At Football Outsiders, we break down the first round of bowl games with advanced stats, analysis and reasons you should actually care
After two years, nine losses and countless quarterback changes, the offense Bryan Harsin bequeaths to his successor is as far from a coherent identity as it has ever been.
Counting down the best (and worst) of the year. Today: My All-Americans.
Lattimore is out, Petrino is back, Tuberville is on the move and Letterman is stuck in the eighties, all in today's roundup
Butch Jones is the first coach to arrive in Knoxville in decades who has to confront that fact that, under present conditions, it is hard to win at Tennessee
Bret Bielema to Arkansas is not just the SEC beating the Big Ten on the field, or in some nebulous arms race. It's beating the Big Ten for the heart of its prize-winning meathead
The weekly recap is up at Football Outsiders, featuring a rebuttal of Northern Illinois skepticism. Plus notes, a new top 25 and the Lowsman Trophy Watch.
In the final edition of the season: A tale of two quarterbacks in Miami, a defense of Northern Illinois, and which Wisconsin shows up in Pasadena?
It's 36 days to kickoff in Miami. At CBS, I review what everyone will be talking about between now and then.
Bama earns a return trip to the BCS title game by being what we thought it was all along. Only more so.
Like his team, Landry Jones has done everything he could conceivably do short of win a national championship, and his critics never let him off the hook
On the day's most pivotal players, personalities, match-ups and schemes
The post-Luck Cardinal go one better than their predecessors by punching their ticket to the Rose Bowl, and reaffirming their staying power all over again
The weekly preview is up at Football Outsiders, examining the SEC Championship Game as de facto semifinal. Plus: Analysis, advanced stats and picks of the weekend's biggest games.