Despite two late losses, Louisville QB Lamar Jackson is widely believed to be the overwhelming favorite for the Heisman Trophy. However, he'll be home this week while other hopefuls make their closing arguments in conference championship games. More»
It's Championship Week in college football, and a lot is still left to be decided before the playoff and bowl matchups are revealed on Sunday. Here is your guide to what to watch in the key conference title and regular season Week 14 games. More»
Less than a year after receiving a contract extension, Indiana coach Kevin Wilson resigned on Thursday despite leading the Hoosiers to bowl eligibility again. Athletic director Fred Glass cited unspecific "philosophical differences" as the reason. More»
Even a year in which its offense is more exciting than ever, Alabama can't help but make things boring. That's because the Crimson Tide's overwhelming dominance on defense has made life miserable for the rest of the SEC entering Saturday's title game vs. Florida. More»
For the first time in 40 years, Oregon fired its football coach, announcing Tuesday that Mark Helfrich is out after a 4-8 season, two years removed from a playoff run. It was a tough call, but one necessary for a program that lost what made it unique. More»
On Sunday, all of the hypotheticals will be finished. No more guessing, no more speculating. For now, we're left to dissect the second-to-last College Football Playoff rankings, featuring Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson and Washington in the top four. More»
With the possibility of College Football Playoff selection controversy looming, it's natural to think about what would happen if the field expanded from four teams to eight. Here's the best way to make a bigger playoff work. More»
There is one week left until the selection committee reveals its choices for the third College Football Playoff. After a Rivalry Week in which Ohio State beat Michigan in double OT, the committee may be faced with its toughest choices yet. More»
Rivalry Week is finished, and it gave us an all-time classic Ohio State win over Michigan, improbable division titles for Penn State and Colorado and numerous other crucial results to set the stage for conference championships and the postseason. More»
Ohio State-Michigan has an argument for being the greatest rivalry in all of sports, even after years of Buckeyes control in the series since the turn of the century. On Saturday, the two teams may have played the greatest installment of their rivalry yet. More»
After five straight last-place finishes upon joining the Pac-12, Colorado has pulled off an improbable turnaround, beating Utah 27-22 on Saturday to capture the Pac-12 South title and earn a spot in the conference championship game against Washington. More»
Ohio State and Michigan played a classic on Saturday, but against all odds, neither team won its division. Instead, No. 7 Penn State continued one of the biggest surprises of the season, beating Michigan State 45-12 to win the Big Ten East. More»
In an instant classic in college football's most storied rivalry, No. 2 Ohio State erased a 10-point deficit in the third quarter and beat No. 3 Michigan 30-27 in double overtime on Saturday, keeping the Buckeyes in the playoff chase. More»
After posting a 5-2 record since taking over for Les Miles at LSU, Ed Orgeron will be promoted from interim coach to head coach, according to reports. Orgeron says he has evolved as a coach, and now he's tasked with making LSU evolve. More»
With the Pac-12 North title on the line, No. 5 Washington raced to four first-quarter touchdowns en route to a 45-17 win over No. 23 Washington State on Friday in Pullman, clinching the division while boosting its College Football Playoff resume. More»
Amid a whirlwind of coaching carousel speculation, Charlie Strong made things easier on Texas administrators on Friday afternoon. The Longhorns have little choice but to move on from the embattled coach after yet another loss, 31-9 to TCU. More»
The college football season began back in September with what was promoted as the greatest opening weekend of games ever, but the sport always saves its best for the end of November: Rivalry Week. We break down every key game to watch. More»
When Jim Harbaugh took the Michigan job, it was assumed that he'd quickly push the Wolverines back onto an even playing field with Ohio State. He's done exactly that, but Ohio State still has one distinct advantage on Saturday: J.T. Barrett. More»
Beyond Louisville losing, not much changed in the College Football Playoff rankings this week. However, the new top 25 did make something increasing clear: There are realistic scenarios for the Big Ten to get two teams in the bracket. More»
It wasn't too long ago that Washington and Washington State met to determine last place. Now, Friday's Apple Cup is one of the most important ever, with the whole college football world watching a showdown with Pac-12 and national title stakes. More»
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