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After another week of upsets and close calls, we update our bowl projections, including a breakdown of who should be in the playoff.
- Clemson falls to No. 25, ends top-10 poll streak
- Clemson, Ohio State slip in AP poll despite wins
- Oregon, Iowa enter AP top 5; Ohio St. falls to 9
- Regents OK naming Iowa's field for Duke Slater
Clemson tumbled 16 spots to No. 25 in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday, snapping its streak of 97 straight weeks in the top 10.
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!
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.
Find out who makes the College Football Playoff picks this week.
— Iowa made it through September undefeated with the remainder of the Big Ten schedule looming.
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?
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.
With Week 3 in the books, we forecast every bowl matchup, including the College Football Playoff, and look at who could miss out on the fun and more.
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.
— Tyler Goodson saw nothing in front of him but the end zone — and that was before he got the ball.
We break down Week 2 of the college football season, from the QB situations at Florida and Georgia to the Big 12 race.
Michigan won and Ohio State lost in Week 2, so the Wolverines have a shot, right? So, will Iowa have a shot at the CFP? And can Texas really survive a move to the SEC?! Our overreaction guru Mark Schlabach squashes dreams and speaks truth after Week 2.
After Week 2, it's all about the SEC West and the Big Ten East at the top of the SP+ rankings.
In just two weeks, we've seen numerous top teams look more vulnerable than expected. Here are 10 potential contenders that could fill the void if that trend keeps up.
After some surprises in Week 2, we forecast every bowl matchup, including the College Football Playoff, and look at who could sneak into the New Year's Six and more.
Oregon jumped to No. 4 in the AP Top 25 after upsetting Ohio State and Iowa moved to No. 5 after defeating Iowa State, while Alabama remained No. 1 and was followed by Georgia and Oklahoma in the top three.
How does Oregon's win over Ohio State impact the weekly Power Rankings? What about Iowa's big rivalry win? And close calls for Notre Dame and Texas A&M? All that and more in this week's Power Rankings.
Where does Oregon land after defeating Ohio State in Columbus? What about Iowa following a big win over rival Iowa State? All that and more in this week's playoff picks.