Teams report for camp next week. We’ve made it, everybody. The off-season is finally behind us.

The Starting Five: Our five best stories of the week.

– The winners of the 2013 Video of the Year contest were announced on Monday. At the FBS level, the title goes to Ole MissSouthern Oregon took home the non-FBS Video of the Year award, and Chaparral High School out of Arizona won the High School Video of the Year honors. 

– The media day circuit made sure almost every BCS head coach was asked about his personal responsibility regarding player conduct. Why Northwestern’s Pat Fitzgerald had by far the best answer

– Let’s just say he’s historically overqualified for his current position. 10 Questions With: Western Kentucky head coach Bobby Petrino.

– In the world of 80-plus plays and 40-plus points per game, the best defense is a fast offense

– You’re probably not familiar with Incarnate Word outside linebackers/special teams coach Jake Zweig, but you should be. Why? He’s the most interesting man in college football

The Film Room: A sampling of the best videos we posted this week.

– An entertaining video from Northwestern. Why kickers aren’t allowed at Big Ten Media Days.

– A funny marketing video from Under Armour, Tom Brady and Funny or Die

– The sequel to Arizona’s ground-breaking recruiting video: Hard Edge 2.

– Coaches doing stunts: Frank Solich riding a tricycle and James Franklin going cliff jumping. 

– An effective recruiting video from Colby College.

– Something you don’t get to see often: inside Jason Garrett’s message to the Cowboys to open training camp.

The Best in Non-Coaching News: Keeping you up to date on everything you need to know inside the college football world.

– The crystal football, also known as the one good thing the BCS ever produced, is getting thrown out with the trash.

– The 25 most engaged fanbases in college football. 

– ESPN is going all out in terms of college football coverage in the month of August. 

– Phoenix, Jacksonville, New Orleans, San Antonio, Tampa, Dallas and Miami will bid on the 2016-17 College Football Playoff championship games according to Brett McMurphy. The 2015 title game is already set for Cowboys (err, AT&T) Stadium in Arlington, Texas. 

– The Pac-12 announced restrictions for full-contact practice this week. 

– New uniforms and/or helmets at Western Michigan, Miami of Ohio, Ole Miss, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Nevada, Buffalo, Fresno State, Baylor, South Alabama, South CarolinaColumbia and Houston

National columnist - Zach joined the staff in 2012...and has been attempting to improve Doug and Scott's writing ability ever since (to little avail). Outside of football season, you can find him watching the San Antonio Spurs reading Game of Thrones fan theories.