Revenue from lucrative cable TV deals eventually will dry up, which could leave college football needing to reinvent itself. One suggestion: creating an NFL-like 32-team league with four geographically based divisions.
If Florida fans are subjected to the same level of poor quarterback play they've seen the last year and a half, then it will be that much harder to watch Will Grier from a distance if he does light it up for the Mountaineers.
Remember that scene in 'The Blind Side,' when coaches from all over the country descend upon Memphis to see Michael Oher practice? At IMG Academy, that's called 'Wednesday.' Plus, there are two dozen Michael Ohers to watch, not just one.
Nearly overnight, Ed Orgeron became the most popular guy in Louisiana, the homegrown hero who will restore LSU football. Fans refer to him as "A Man of the People." But in some places, it runs much deeper than that.
Mal Moore had seen enough. He had seen enough to know he had to fire Mike Shula, and he had seen enough to know he had to hire Nick Saban. How? For 38 days, that question drove his every move. This is the inside story of how a determined Alabama athletic director didn't quit until he landed his man -- and created a football dynasty for the ages in the process.
Inner city America is a forgotten place, and Danny Wuerffel notices it most in the children. That's one reason he retired from football at age 28 to pursue his calling of giving back. The former Heisman Trophy winner is doing so through Desire Street Ministries.
Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs is at the white board diagramming a play for 'Monday Night Football' analyst Jon Gruden. No, it's not everyone's favorite: Spider 2 Y Banana. Instead, Dobbs sketches Right Star 98 Curb.