Malachi Moore and Bijan Robinson were among the best true freshmen in college football this season.
Monday's College Football Playoff National Championship left no doubt as to who was No. 1. Here's the rest of our top 25 to close the season.
- Alabama (+300) CFP title favorite for next season
- Irish hire Cincinnati's Freeman to lead defense
- After Peach Bowl run, Ridder returning to Cincy
- Alabama boasts 6 AP 1st-team All-Americans
Which players will emerge as stars for the nation's top teams next season? It's never too early to start speculating.
The College Football Playoff crowned its next champion in Miami. Take a look at the rest of the CFP and bowl season.
Adam Rittenberg predicts the winners and final scores of every bowl game, including the College Football Playoff.
Alabama has been installed as a +300 favorite by Caesars Sportsbook to win next season's College Football National Championship. Clemson is next at +400, followed by Ohio State and Oklahoma at +750 each.
Will we see heavyweights such as Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State fall back in 2021? Can programs such as Georgia, North Carolina and Texas A&M close the gap in their conferences? We break it down in our Way Too Early Top 25.
Marcus Freeman, whose defense at Cincinnati ranked 13th in FBS this season in total defense and eighth in scoring defense, has been hired as the new defensive coordinator at Notre Dame.
Cincinnati starting quarterback Desmond Ridder, who guided the team to an appearance in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl this season, will return in 2021, as will Bearcats sack leader Myjai Sanders.
USC, Maryland, Clemson and Nebraska were among the teams to move up in the recruiting class rankings, while Auburn and Florida State fell.
The best players, moments and eye-popping stats from the college football season.
Breaking down what comes next for every New Year's Six participant that won't be in the College Football Playoff National Championship.
— Jack Podlesny kicked a 53-yard field goal with three seconds remaining, and No. 11 Georgia handed No. 6 Cincinnati its only loss of the season with a dramatic 24-21 victory in the Peach Bowl on Friday.
The mega-cast is set for the Georgia/Cincinnati Bowl game, Paul goes live to the field interjected with guests such as Marty Smith, with callers interspersed throughout.
The mega-cast is set for the Georgia/Cincinnati Bowl game, Paul goes live to the field interjected with guests such as Gene Chizik, with callers interspersed throughout.
The mega-cast is set for the Georgia/Cincinnati Bowl game, Paul goes live to the field interjected with guests such as Roman Harper and Chris Doering, with callers interspersed throughout.