ESPN CFB Analyst Tom Luginbill stops by for his weekly visit with the guys to give us all the latest news and notes from around the ACC gridiron. We also hear some more from the coaches in part 2 of "Conference Cuts", plus Clemson WR Cornell Powell tells us where the best barbecue in North Carolina can be found.
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The guys give us their ACC power rankings in this week's version of "ACCounting".. We also hear from Mack Brown, Dave Doeren, Bronco Mendenhall, and Justin Fuentes in part of of "Conference Cuts" and David Teel from the Daily Press stops by help us look ahead to the Clemson/Virginia Tech matchup this coming weekend.
- Lawrence: Love of Clemson makes leaving tough
- Bama, ND, Clemson, OSU lead first CFP rankings
- Norvell denies Dabo claim that FSU ducked Tigers
- Swinney: COVID-19 'excuse' for FSU nixing game
Mac Jones and Kyle Trask stay atop the list, but Trevor Lawrence's return has him climbing up the ranks.
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Notre Dame’s impressive win over North Carolina and how the Irish may be the No. 1 team in the country. Then, the guys get into Alabama’s continued dominance and Mac Jones pulling a “Joe Burrow,” the Big Ten’s playoff complications with more canceled games, the health of the sport with players leaving their teams mid-season, and the barrier broken by Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller.
The top of the AP Top 25 college football poll remains the same, but there's plenty of movement in the back half. Here's what's next for each ranked team.
The Allstate Playoff Predictor breaks down which teams have the best chance to make this season's College Football Playoff.
Kyle Bonagura and Mark Schlabach make their latest picks for the College Football Playoff and every bowl game.
Vanderbilt's kicker and Buffalo's running back left their marks on an untraditional rivalry weekend in which Trevor Lawrence also played his final home game.
Alabama and Notre Dame solidify spots in the top four, while Ohio State's CFP hopes might be dashed. Trevor Lawrence has Clemson back in the playoff mix, and Cincinnati, Florida and Texas A&M all make an appearance this week.
Clemson's Trevor Lawrence again added an "if" to the prospect of leaving for the NFL, but he said Saturday felt just a little bit different, knowing this would probably be his last time playing at home.
A strong week from the top ten leaves little change this week. Coastal Carolina climbs into the top ten while Northwestern and Oregon tumble down the ranks. All that and more in the Power Rankings after Week 13.
— Trevor Lawrence threw for 403 yards and two touchdowns in his first game in five weeks — and likely last one at Death Valley — as No. 4 Clemson throttled Pittsburgh 52-17 on Saturday.