Charlie Weis is trying to revive a dormant Kansas football program via the juco route. This might seem risky, but Dennis Dodd thinks it makes perfect sense
Preseason prognosticators like Athlon Sports — the most accurate college football preview magazine on newsstands — use many things to predict what the coming football season will look like. Returning starters, scheduling, historic trends, coaching, pending off-the-field issues and, of course, recruiting rankings all help Athlon editors predict the future of college football.
Monday will be a good day for at least one SEC program, with Miami also in the running for a boost as well.
The Sun Belt will have just eight members with football programs in 2013, so they're looking to add some new schools to the fold. Georgia Southern and Appalachian State could be primary targets.
It is nearly impossible to win at the highest level in college football without elite recruiting. But elite recruiting does not automatically lead to winning at the highest level. Just ask members of the class of 2009.
What does each Big 12 team need, and what are the concerns?