See how our experts adjusted their bowl lineups after the Week 3 schedule.
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The SEC appears to be a lock for at least one playoff team, maybe two. The Pac-12? Again, things don't look quite so rosy out West.
Jalen Hurts had another monster game in Week 3 for Oklahoma. See where the Sooners landed in our latest Top 25.
The new AP Top 25 poll is out, and here's what you need to know about each team in the rankings. How far did UCF rise after its big win over Stanford?
ESPN reporters make their early picks for the College Football Playoff after the third full week of action.
J.K. Dobbins ran for 193 yards and scored twice Saturday while Justin Fields threw three touchdown passes to lead No. 6 Ohio State to a 51-10 rout at Indiana.
Tua vs. Jalen? Fromm vs. Fields? The QB carousel has opened the door to plenty of fascinating playoff matchups this year.
David tells Kevin what he saw in LSU-Texas (1:21), why Nebraska-Colorado stood out to him "in the film room" (7:40), why Tyreke Smith of Ohio State should be on your radar (19:13) as well as his take on the "Top 10" teams in the CFB 150 rankings (25:16). Ivan dishes on his recent story about Ryan Hilinski, QB for South Carolina who lost his brother and fellow college QB Tyler (31:55). Plus, Lynn Swann resigns from post as USC AD (44:00) and Ivan talks about how CFB 150 rankings were generated (55:25).
The best single-season teams ever, ranked by a panel of 150 media members, athletic administrators and former players and coaches.
LSU makes its move in the SEC, while Ohio State solidifies its spot atop the Big Ten, as we rank every team in every Power 5 conference.
See how our experts adjusted their bowl lineups after the Week 2 schedule.
It's only Week 2, but there's already a good deal different about our top-25 lineup.
USC is among three new teams to enter the AP Top 25, along with Maryland and Virginia, while LSU moves into the top five after beating Texas.
ESPN reporters make their early picks for the College Football Playoff after the second full week of action.
Justin Fields passed for two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, and No. 5 Ohio State cruised to a 42-0 rout of Cincinnati on Saturday.