Previewing college football conferences outside 'Power 5'
The schools from the Power 5 conferences get most of the attention, but there are a lot of quality football teams residing in the "other" leagues. CFB 24/7 makes its predictions for those conferences.
Non-Power 5 teams in the hunt for marquee bowl berth
There is no such thing as a BCS-buster anymore, but a non-Power 5 team automatically gets a spot in one of the so-called "playoff bowls." Which teams can you expect to be in the hunt?
Matt Johnson-led Bowling Green is media pick to win MAC
Defending champion Bowling Green, led by QB Matt Johnson, is the media's pick to again win the MAC.
Best offensive 'triplets' in college football
Having top-tier impact players at each offensive skill position is a luxury for any team. Here are the top offensive "triplets" in the world of college football, listed by conference.
2014 college football team rankings: 89-96
College Football 24/7 is unveiling its team rankings for the 2014 college football season, working backward from 128. Thus, the fifth batch of our rankings includes teams ranked 89th through 96th.
Dallas Cowboys install ballet bars outside locker room
The Cowboys have installed ballet bars outside the locker room at three different heights that will allow players to stretch in a different manner. Will Dallas' unique approach help reduce injury?
Way-too-early predictions for league champs outside 'Big Five'
The College Football 24/7 team looks to the 2014 season in leagues outside the "Big Five" and unveils its early predictions for conference champions in the AAC, Conference USA, MAC, Mountain West and Sun Belt.
Akron Zips coach Terry Bowden ready to burst about new QB
All 13 MAC schools have their starting quarterbacks, and Akron head coach Terry Bowden says his has a chance to be something special.
Worst position groups in NFL: Defense
Can coach Chuck Pagano turn around the Indianapolis Colts' defensive line? Can the Oakland Raiders find a linebacker? Gregg Rosenthal looks at the worst position groups in the NFL.
Gerald Sensabaugh retires with Dallas Cowboys
Gerald Sensabaugh is hanging up his spikes after eight years in the NFL and four years with the Dallas Cowboys. Before retiring, the safety signed a one-day contract with the Cowboys.