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College Football

Bowl season's biggest storylines.

A playoff trilogy, intriguing coaching matchups and renewed rivalries highlight the upcoming bowl season.

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CFP semifinals

Who will have advantage in CFP semifinals?

Mark Schlabach breaks down which teams will have the advantage in the Rose and Sugar bowls.

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Alabama

NCAAF

Did Saban actually influence Alabama election?

Paul Finebaum explains why Nick Saban may have unintentionally changed the race for Senate in Alabama.

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Champ Drive

Bowl games

CFP Previews

College Football Playoff

Can Georgia exploit Oklahoma's defense?

Both Georgia and Oklahoma enter the CFP with flaws, but the Bulldogs' strong running game might allow them to take advantage of the Sooners' defensive struggles.

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College Football Playoff

How to beat Clemson and Alabama.

Alabama has had some difficulty converting on third down. Clemson's Kelly Bryant has been inconsistent throwing downfield. Which team can best exploit the others' weakness?

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Michigan

NCAAF

Michigan

NCAAF

Michigan lands former top QB recruit Patterson.

Paul Finebaum discusses Patterson's decision to transfer.

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NCAAF

Alabama and Clemson familiar Playoff foes.

The Crimson Tide and the Tigers will face off for the third straight postseason in what has become a thrilling college football rivalry.

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NFL Draft

NFL Draft

Who's going to be No. 1 pick in draft?

Mike Greenberg, Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay weigh in on which college QBs will top the draft boards in 2018.

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All about the CFP

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  • Ultimate CFP Preview

    Four teams remain alive for the national championship. The semifinals feature four blue bloods, the Heisman Trophy winner, three elite defenses and one team going for back-to-back titles. Here's everything to know about these epic matchups.

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