Our reporters break down the past week in college football, from the coaching carousel to championship weekend.
Mel Kiper updates his rankings through the end of the college football regular season. Edge rushers top his list of the best 25 prospects.
- Bama, Michigan, UGA, Cincy to vie for CFP crown
- Bama back on top, Georgia down to No. 3 in poll
- No. 4 Cincinnati wins AAC, completes CFP case
- Wolverines join UGA, Bama, Cincy in CFP top four
Kirby Smart has to consider a switch at QB, Jim Harbaugh's perseverance paid off and the Bearcats pulled off the near-impossible.
Cincinnati concluded its perfect regular season with an AAC title and the first Group of 5 playoff berth. Here's an inside look at a wild weekend for the Bearcats.
No. 1 Alabama will face No. 4 Cincinnati in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, and No. 2 Michigan will face No. 3 Georgia in the Capital One Orange Bowl. The winners on New Year's Eve will advance to the CFP title game.
The bowl games have just been announced, but let's not have that stop us from predicting the final score of every matchup.
The tension already had played out on the field, leaving the playoff pairings the way they should be, with the top four teams facing off.
Alabama will face Cincinnati while Michigan will take on Georgia in the CFP semis. What are the X factors, and what are the matchups to watch?
After handing Georgia its first loss of the season, Alabama is back on top of the AP Top 25 poll. The Bulldogs fell to No. 3, with Michigan remaining at No. 2 and Cincinnati dropping a spot to No. 4.
Here are this week's SP+ rankings heading into bowl season.
Nick Saban and Alabama turned the tide once again, but it wasn't as if Saturday didn't provide us with other drama.
Alabama's no-doubt win against Georgia puts both SEC teams in the playoff, along with Michigan and Cincinnati. The only question remaining is the order of the top four.
Heather Dinich breaks down the implications of every championship game that could affect the College Football Playoff race, and where Notre Dame fits in the discussion.
The games have all been played and now it's time to see where the teams land. Here are our final bowl projections for the 2021 season.
Find out who makes the College Football Playoff picks this week.
Tyler Scott and No. 4 Cincinnati scored early and often against Houston in the AAC title game Saturday, as the Bearcats completed a perfect season, wrapped up a league crown and closed their case for an elusive berth into the College Football Playoff.
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