There's a new team atop the Big 12. Who else made a jump in this week's college football conference power rankings?
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The top of the AP Top 25 college football poll remains the same, but there's plenty of movement in the back half. Here's what's next for each ranked team.
- Iowa St. limits game attendance over COVID-19
- Bama extends streak, 13th straight year at No. 1
- Former Vikings LB Matt Blair dies at age 70
- Ragin' Cajuns' returns topple No. 23 Iowa State
The Big Ten featured two of the biggest games of the week. How will Ohio State's win and Wisconsin's loss impact this week's Power Rankings? And where does Oklahoma's big Bedlam victory slot the Sooners? All of that and more from Week 12.
Week 12 is here and the Big Ten takes center stage. Northwestern is off to a 5-0 start, Illinois had some fun at Nebraska's expense and Oklahoma had an easy Bedlam win.
Tom Allen says Indiana can be both a basketball and football school. Saturday's game against Ohio State will go a long way to showing if that's true.
Due to a surge in COVID-19 cases in the state, Iowa State is limiting attendance at the football game Saturday and men's and women's basketball games through November.
Who were the movers and shakers in this week's college football conference power rankings?
Notre Dame was the only top-five team in action this week. Without any matchups between ranked squads, there wasn't much movement in the AP Top 25. Here's what's next for each team.
With Alabama, Ohio State and Clemson sidelined, the top five remain the same. Who climbed into the top six? Postponements rocked the college football slate, but how did they impact this week's Power Rankings?
Alabama took the No. 1 spot in the AP poll, extending its record streak of consecutive seasons with at least one week on top of the rankings to 13.
Clemson's loss at Notre Dame means we have a new No. 1 in the AP college football poll. What else changed? And what's next for each team in the rankings?
Notre Dame climbs into the top two after upsetting Clemson without Trevor Lawrence. How far do the Tigers fall after the loss? Texas A&M, Florida and BYU move up after big wins, while a few Group of 5 teams have playoff hopes after Week 10.
For the first time all season, all Power 5 conferences were in action Saturday. Notre Dame had one of the weekend's biggest wins, while Michigan struggled for the second straight week.
The CFB Pod: The guys discuss a 2020 playoff expansion and make their Week 10 picks. Plus, Mark Sanchez talks about his time on The Masked Singer
Pollack and Negnadhi kick off the show discussing the need to expand the College Football Playoff for this season, Clemson being in a good spot whether it wins or loses to Notre Dame, playoff hypotheticals, David’s Dude of the Week, how much Jamie Newman opting out really hurt Georgia, why you can’t double Kyle Pitts every snap, Arizona State-USC and their Week 10 picks. Then, Mark Sanchez stops by to talk about his time on The Masked Singer, his love for karaoke, his takeaways from D.J. Uiagalelei’s debut, the Pac-12 kicking off and life after football (47:02).
The top five in the AP Top 25 remains the same, but with the Pac-12 set to return and a huge Clemson-Notre Dame game on tap, expect lots of movement next week.
Week 9 action got off to a fun start with the breakout performance of Taulia Tagovailoa and continued on Saturday.
The CFB Pod: The guys look back at the first week of Big Ten action, and talk Oklahoma State and Alabama
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the return of the Big Ten, Michigan’s strong start, Indiana’s big overtime win over Penn State, Ohio State’s questions at running back, Oklahoma State’s defense and what changes for Alabama with the loss of Jaylen Waddle.