Boise State has pushed closer to TCU in the latest BCS standings and seems primed to pass the Horned Frogs with one more big victory.
At 4-5, Rutgers needs to win two of its last three to become bowl eligible for the sixth straight season.
They’re a bit like circling buzzards. The one-loss teams are hanging around the fringe, waiting and hoping for something bad to happen to the four undefeated teams at the front of the BCS line.
Andrew Luck threw for 293 yards and two touchdowns, leading No. 10 Stanford to a 42-17 victory in its highly anticipated showdown with 13th-ranked Arizona on Saturday night.
It might be too early to say that Syracuse is back – but second year Head Coach Doug Marrone certainly has the Orange headed in the right direction.
Oregon and Auburn swapped spots atop the BCS standings and Boise State was passed again, this time by TCU.
Learning the mutating totem pole of college football rankings requires either a degree in astrophysics or the patience of a crocodile. Most of us have neither.
I don’t mean to gloat or anything, but I did nail this game in my predictions this week. I said Wisconsin would knock off the undeserving #1 team in the land, Ohio State.
Oklahoma and Oregon are in the top spots of the first BCS standings of the season, leaving Boise State chasing a spot in the national championship game.
For the second week in a row, there will be a new No. 1 in college football, with the Buckeyes falling the way Alabama was beaten last week – on the road and in conference.
After 7 ½ long months, college football is finally back. The BCS race is wide open and we’re certain to be in store for a crazy and unpredictable season.
Connecticut tailback D.J. Shoemate still wears his 2009 Rose Bowl championship ring, as a reminder of what it takes to become a champion.
The Huskies return 15 starters from a squad that went 8-5 last season and won the PapaJohn’s Bowl.