The College Football Playoff's top 10 is unchanged from last week -- the first time that's happened in the rankings' history.
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At the site of Dabo Swinney's first victory as the head coach of Clemson 10 years ago, the Tigers earned a milestone victory that shows what a superpower they have become.
- CFP's top 10 unchanged for 1st time in rankings
- BC QB Brown hospitalized with 'internal' injury
- Michigan steps into CFP's top 4; Bama still No. 1
- Bama atop 1st CFP; Clemson, LSU, Irish follow
Boston College starting quarterback Anthony Brown left Saturday's game against No. 2 Clemson because of an upper-body injury sustained on the Eagles' first possession.
Alabama earned another shutout, Michigan kept rolling with an easy win over Rutgers and Northwestern (!) will play for the B1G title. What else did we learn?
Kirk Herbstreit and Ian Fitzsimmons discuss an ACC showdown between Clemson and Boston College.
Who will win when No. 10 Ohio State visits No. 18 Michigan State? Our reporters pick that game, plus Oklahoma State at Oklahoma, Clemson at Boston College and Washington State at Colorado.
Michigan is up to No. 4 in the CFP rankings this week after Saturday's big win over rival Penn State and LSU's shutout loss to No. 1 Alabama.
Travis Levy ran for two touchdowns and No. 24 Boston College beat Virginia Tech 31-21 on Saturday to set up a huge home game against Clemson next week for the Eagles.
It's going to be Alabama vs. Georgia for the SEC title. Meanwhile, Michigan keeps rolling, and West Virginia won a classic over Texas. What else have we learned?