The start of the 2012 college football season is just a few weeks away. However, as fall practice kicks off around the nation, plenty of unanswered questions remain, including some that will have an impact on the national title race. Athlon preps you for everything you need to know about fall practice with the 20 biggest storylines to watch over the next couple of weeks.
Athlon breaks down the five storylines to watch as Notre Dame opens up fall practice.
Kickoff for the 2012 college football season is just around the corner. However, plenty of unanswered questions remain around the nation for every team. Injuries, quarterback battles and players that need to step up to make a run at the conference title will all be under the spotlight over the next couple of weeks.
Notre Dame's 5 Biggest Storylines to Watch in Fall Practice
Jake Stoneburner makes Athlon's 2012 All-Name Team.
With 124 teams in the FBS and around 100 players on a roster, there are certainly some interesting names that pop-up throughout the course of production for Athlon's 2012 college football magazine or online research.
We took a look through the rosters for the 124 teams and pulled out some of the funniest and more interesting names in college football for the 2012 season.
Paul Wulff had an awful tenure as Washington State's coach.
Sometimes a coach inherits a bad team. In some cases, through recruiting, game plan and inspiration, that coach can turn a bad team into a good or even great team. The guys on this list are not those coaches. Here are the 20 worst coaching tenures in the past 50 years of college football.
Athlon picks USC and LSU to match up in the National Title.
Whether you hate or love the BCS, the bowl season is exciting time for college football fans. Although there are too many bowl games, it's one last chance to see teams before the long offseason sets in.
Athlon has released its 2012 rankings but it's time to unveil where teams will be spending the postseason.
Florida State's EJ Manuel needs more help from the offensive line in 2012.
When determining a preseason pick for college football’s national champion, offensive lines are often the most overlooked aspect to ranking teams No. 1 through No. 124. Quarterback play and success is equally important, but developing a standout offensive line can be just as crucial.
Signing Top Classes Doesn’t Guarantee Success — But It Sure Helps
Auburn fans were getting nervous. It was National Signing Day 2012, and if you listened to talk radio, read blogs or followed Twitter around lunchtime that day, you could have been excused for thinking the sky had fallen in Auburn.
Where does Will Muschamp's 2011 season rank among new coaches?
As evidenced last season, new coaches can make an immediate impact on college football conference title races. Michigan's hire of Brady Hoke allowed the Wolverines to jump back into a BCS bowl, while James Franklin led Vanderbilt to its second bowl game since 1982.