Oregon Ducks star Kayvon Thibodeaux launched his own cryptocurrency Thursday, with some of the proceeds from its initial release expected to benefit youth in disadvantaged circumstances.
We break down the latest in the recruiting world, from Arch Manning's visit to Georgia to the 25-player signing limit and beyond.
- Oregon's Thibodeaux launching cryptocurrency
- Clemson, Ohio State slip in AP poll despite wins
- Oregon LB Flowe out with 'significant' ankle injury
- Oregon, Iowa enter AP top 5; Ohio St. falls to 9
Arkansas and Texas A&M meet for just the third time as ranked opponents, while the city of Chicago hosts Notre Dame against Wisconsin during Week 4.
It is time to panic in Clemson! Oregon is the only playoff hope (again) for the Pac-12! The Spartans will rule all of Michigan by the time the season ends! Well, we might squash some college football dreams after your latest overreactions.
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 the AP poll coming out, here's what is next up for each team in the new rankings.
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.
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.
Head Coach of Oregon, Mario Cristobal, joins Paul to talk about their big win against Ohio State and how they are looking going into Week 3.
How does the firing of Clay Helton impact USC in recruiting? Which schools will Arch Manning be visiting this fall? We break it all down.
Texas leapt Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Ohio State to climb within the top five, while Stanford and South Carolina also rose.
We break down Week 2 of the college football season, from the QB situations at Florida and Georgia to the Big 12 race.
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.
The loss of linebacker Justin Flowe, the second-highest-rated recruit in program history, is a major blow to the Oregon defense.
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.