2019 SeasonAll times ET
- Illinois QB Peters won't face ex-team Michigan
- Blimp stay available before Michigan hosts Irish
- Harbaugh: U-M offense close to hitting its stride
- Woodson, Peterson join Michigan Sports Hall
What if Wisconsin loses to Ohio State next week but then beats the Buckeyes in the B1G title game? What if Florida wins the SEC? These are just two scenarios that could wreak havoc on the CFP picture.
The PlayStation Player Impact Rating likes the Nittany Lions' defense, while the Wolverines hope to change their recent history in Happy Valley.
Ohio State's Chase Young was an easy pick on defense, but Joe Burrow and CeeDee Lamb had to beat out fierce competition to earn their spots. Who else made it?
Alabama and LSU are on a collision course in the SEC West while South Carolina's upset of Georgia shook up the premier conference's East division.
The Tigers move up to No. 1 after their Week 7 win over Florida, as the playoff hunt and conference races start to come into focus.
Hassan Haskins ran for 125 yards and a touchdown, Zach Charbonnet added 116 yards rushing, and No. 16 Michigan needed a late surge to put away Illinois 42-25 on Saturday.
The new AP Top 25 poll is out, and Georgia is sliding while LSU keeps rising. What's next for each ranked team?
Injured Illinois quarterback Brandon Peters will miss Saturday's game against Michigan, the school from which he transferred as a graduate student to join the Illini.