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Clemson freshman Trevor Lawrence, who looked dominant in a win over Georgia Tech on Saturday, has been named the Tigers' new starting quarterback.
Can we just put Alabama in all four spots? No? Well, then here's who else our reporters would have joining the Crimson Tide in the CFP after four weeks.
Freshman Trevor Lawrence took a leading role in Clemson's quarterback rotation, coming off the bench to throw four touchdown passes as the No. 3 Tigers produced their most complete performance of the season Saturday in a 49-21 rout of Georgia Tech.
Can anyone stop Alabama? It doesn't look like it, but maybe Old Dominion should give it a try after shocking Virginia Tech. What else did we learn today?
No. 3 Clemson will be without starting linebacker Kendall Joseph against Georgia Tech on Saturday after the senior suffered a groin injury in practice this week.
Russillo rants about why Ben, Bell and Brown are to blame for the Steelers mess, plus he talks to David Pollack about college football and the injury that ended his career.
From rivalry games to the battles that will decide the College Football Playoff, these are the biggest contests for the nation's top teams.
A close win or bad loss against a quality cross-conference opponent early in the season could be the difference between No. 4 and No. 5 come playoff time.
In very different ways, Alabama, Clemson and Georgia are all thriving while using two quarterbacks. Here's how they've done it and what it means going forward.
No one has touched Alabama, the easy No. 1 playoff pick. Who else is joining the Crimson Tide?