Who were the biggest movers in this week's college football conference power rankings? Let's have a look.
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Class of 2022 recruit Talyn Shettron has committed to Oklahoma, giving the Sooners the No. 1 wide receiver recruit for the third time in the last four recruiting classes.
- Shettron becomes latest No. 1 WR to choose OU
- Rattler returns to lift Sooners in wild rivalry game
- OU goes back to QB Rattler in 2nd half vs. Texas
- Sooners haul in another top WR recruit in Burden
The big three -- Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State -- all rolled to wins Saturday. Hopeful interloper Penn State fell short. How did this shake things up come bowl time? Here are our latest projections.
The Big Ten, led by No. 1 team Ohio State, has finally taken the field. What did a wild first weekend mean for the SP+ rankings?
The Big Ten returns! Ohio State enters the fray and immediately earns its top-three spot. Notre Dame hops Georgia for the fourth spot, and Michigan climbs into the top 10 with a big win. Indiana steals the show in Week 8's Power Rankings, however.
Yes, the Big Ten is back. But two of the nine remaining undefeated teams in the FBS -- No. 9 Cincinnati and No. 16 SMU -- face off this weekend, too.
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ESPN's College Football Real Plus-Minus measures the impact of each player, adjusted for the others on the field each play. Current Top 5: 1. Mac Jones, Alabama 2. Zach Wilson, BYU 3. Trevor Lawrence, Clemson 4. Dillon Gabriel, UCF 5. Spencer Rattler, OU
Alabama beat rival Georgia on Saturday night to strengthen its hold atop the SEC and College Football Playoff race. Where does the loss leave the Bulldogs come bowl season? Mark Schlabach and Kyle Bonagura unveil their latest lists.
The Big Ten is coming, and Alabama and Clemson look unstoppable. What does it mean for the SP+ rankings?
Trevor Lawrence and Clemson put up 73 points on Sunday, but it wasn't enough to claim the top spot after Alabama's big win over Georgia. The Bulldogs don't fall far, though, while North Carolina tumbles after an upset loss in Tallahassee.
Week 7 is finally here and so is Georgia at Alabama. Mustaches, tiger tributes and more highlight this week's must-see moments across the college football landscape.
The CFB Pod: The guys preview Georgia-Alabama and give their Week 7 picks. Plus, Ivan Maisel with his early season observations
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing David’s Dude of the Week, team defense across the sport improving as the season goes on, what Georgia’s offense needs to do against Alabama, the issues with LSU’s defense, why Mississippi State has gone 20 straight possessions without a score and their Week 7 picks. Later, Ivan Maisel joins the pod to talk about what has stood out during the early part of the season, Mack Brown’s turnaround at UNC, Tom Herman being in a tough spot at Texas and Spencer Rattler’s growing pains.
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Alabama’s defense trying to find itself, their idea for LSU’s maligned defense, heartbreak for Arkansas against Auburn, still not knowing how good Oklahoma and Texas really are, Clemson sending Miami back to the kid’s table, North Carolina and Notre Dame lagging behind the Tigers in the ACC, and Georgia-Alabama.
Nothing was normal about this year's Texas-Oklahoma game. And that's before it went four overtimes. From the stands to the State Fair, this was a unique scene in the 116-year history of the rivalry.
A wild Saturday of upsets, especially in the SEC, means some movement in the AP Top 25, including North Carolina climbing to No. 5. Here's what's next for each ranked team.
Clemson moves past Alabama for the No. 2 spot, but both squads remain looking up at Ohio State.
After arguably the most exciting weekend of college football so far this season, it's time to take another look at where we think teams will land in the bowls.
Clemson proved it's still the class of the ACC, and Nick Saban and Alabama held off former assistant Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss on a high-scoring day filled with upsets.