After a month of surprises, we size up Spencer Rattler's Heisman candidacy, the wide-open ACC race and whose stock has risen and fallen the most.
The Oklahoma quarterback has been inconsistent, while Ole Miss' signal-caller has been nearly flawless. Mel Kiper answers questions from readers.
- Oklahoma gets commitment from top 2023 WR
- Clemson, Ohio State slip in AP poll despite wins
- OU's Riley: Almost challenged my own team's INT
- OU to commemorate Selmon brothers with statue
With help from the Allstate Playoff Predictor, you can pick a top title contender, play out its season and see what chances it has to make the top four at the end of the year.
There's a new No. 1 in the SP+ rankings as Georgia takes over the top spot from Alabama. And UConn is no longer at No. 130!
Where do teams stand after a week of upsets and chaos in college football? Find out in this week's Power Rankings.
As summer turns to fall, the College Football Playoff race is no clearer than it was a month ago, with one exception: An ACC team isn't likely to be included.
If this last weekend of September taught us anything, it's that we have no idea what the weeks ahead might bring.
— Another day, another ugly win for Oklahoma.
Oklahoma got a commitment from the top wide receiver in the 2023 class, Deandre Moore Jr., on Friday.
We break down the latest in the recruiting world, from Arch Manning's visit to Georgia to the 25-player signing limit and beyond.
Notre Dame's Jack Coan faces a path similar to one followed by Russell Wilson, Justin Fields and others
Coan's path has parallels with other former Power 5 quarterbacks who faced similar scenarios.
Oklahoma is making a run at the No. 2 overall spot, but things mostly remain the same at the top of this week's SP+ rankings.
The Pac-12 might need Oregon to be great, but the Big Ten is more than Ohio State. What else did we learn from Week 3?
Liberty quarterback Malik Willis looks even better, and these transfers are moving up draft boards. Mel Kiper looks ahead to next April's draft.
Clemson and Ohio State slipped to the back of the top 10 in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday despite wins Saturday, and Penn State jumped four spots to No. 6.
Week 3 revealed some cracks in the teams near the top, which could come into play down the line as the College Football Playoff race heats up.
How do Saturday's results impact the contenders for the College Football Playoff field? Our reporters make their picks for the top four.
Does Alabama's nail-biter knock the reigning No. 1 out of the top spot? How high does Penn State climb after its big win? And can Cincinnati crack the top 5 after a 3-0 start? All that and more in Week 3's Power Rankings.
Referring to Oklahoma CB D.J. Graham's one-handed interception on fourth down at the Sooner 3-yard line in Saturday's win over Nebraska, Lincoln Riley said he "might have been the first coach in history to challenge a play we got an interception on."
— Oklahoma and Nebraska played as if they were trying to uphold the history of the rivalry.