The 150 greatest games in college football history
A blue-ribbon panel of 150 experts selects the best games in the sport's history, from 1971 Oklahoma-Nebraska to Toledo-Western Michigan in 2011.
The 150 greatest teams in college football's 150-year history
The best single-season teams ever, ranked by a panel of 150 media members, athletic administrators and former players and coaches.
John Mitchell fought segregation at Alabama and made football history
He was Bear Bryant's first black player, captain, All-American and assistant coach
Why Bear Bryant is college football's Elvis
From the omnipresent houndstooth to the places people honor him with pilgrimages, The Bear's image lives on across the South just like The King's.
The 50 best college football programs over 150 years
In honor of college football's 150th anniversary, our metrics rank CFB's elite across every division, from the obvious contenders like Alabama and Notre Dame to small-school powers like Mount Union and Wittenberg.
Cumberland College's legendary loss highlights the CFB150 All-Time Bottom 10
On the exact anniversary of the birth of college football, let's celebrate the worst single-season teams of all time.
A new way to look at college football's greatest games
In honor of college football's 150th anniversary, we teamed up with Marvel to create custom covers highlighting some of the best games in the sport's history.
Brian Kelly negotiates contract with a priest
Fighting Irish head coach Brian Kelly recalls Notre Dame president Father Jenkins being a great negotiator during his first contract signing.
Barry Switzer recruits Billy Sims at halftime
Former Oklahoma RB and Heisman Trophy winner Billy Sims recalls Barry Switzer recruiting him during halftime of an Oklahoma game.
Check out ESPN's plans during college football's 150th anniversary year.