Clemson, Alabama, Notre Dame and Oklahoma State are humming along, and the Big Ten has joined the party in search of a College Football Playoff semifinal spot.
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- Cincinnati's positive tests postpone Tulsa game
- Cincinnati's Pierce (knee) out several weeks
- Cincy HC Fickell gets raise, extension through '26
- Report: AAC athletes demanding 'hazard pay'
Who were the biggest movers in this week's college football conference power rankings? Let's have a look.
The Big Ten returned and it did not disappoint, with some incredible performances and epic finishes. What does it mean for the AP Top 25? Let's break down what's next for each ranked team.
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.
What separates college football's current ruling class from the Penn States of the world? We crunch the numbers.
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.
CFB Pod: The guys look ahead to Week 8 and give their picks. Plus, Bill Connelly and Adam Rittenberg preview the Big Ten
Pollack and Negnadhi kick off the podcast discussing what looks to be a competitive week of football, what’s up with Bo Nix, Pollack doling out gambling advice, Florida State playing hard, Iowa State rediscovering its identity and their Week 8 picks. Then, Bill Connelly joins the show to talk about potential defensive weaknesses for Ohio State, Penn State missing Micah Parsons, Michigan’s high-potential sophomore class and who can give Wisconsin a run in the West (30:45). Later, Adam Rittenberg hops on to get into pressure facing the Wolverines, how close the Nittany Lions are to the Buckeyes and the intrigue surrounding Indiana and Minnesota (42:00).
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.
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.
Despite Nick Saban's coronavirus diagnosis, the Alabama-Georgia game is on as scheduled. Amid the uncertainty, it remains the game of the week.
Positive coronavirus tests at Cincinnati have caused the postponement of the Bearcats' game against Tulsa.
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.
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.
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.
Following a big win over Miami, Clemson climbs to the top of the ranks for the first time this season while Florida tumbles after a loss. Oklahoma climbs back into the power rankings but the SEC remains king with six teams in the top 25.
It was a full slate of games Saturday. Here's where we project teams to land come bowl season.