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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.
- Virginia-FSU postponed amid coronavirus issues
- Bama, ND, Clemson, OSU lead first CFP rankings
- Bama unanimous No. 1; Northwestern up to 11
- Miami coach Diaz tests positive for coronavirus
The Virginia-Florida State football game was postponed on Saturday morning after positive coronavirus tests and contact trace quarantines with the Seminoles -- the second straight week they had a game postponed hours before kickoff.
Northwestern's schedule is strong enough that winning out (and beating Ohio State) could vault the Wildcats into the CFP. The road for Cincinnati and others is a bit tougher but not closed.
Alabama is No. 1 in the initial College Football Playoff rankings, followed by Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State. BYU debuts at No. 14 despite a 9-0 start.
There's a new team atop the Big 12. Who else made a jump in this week's college football conference power rankings?
Alabama is now the unanimous No. 1 team in the country, as the top eight teams hold steady. Northwestern, however, jumped up to No. 11 as it remains unbeaten.
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.
The Big Ten featured two of the biggest games of the week. How will Ohio State's win and Wisconsin's loss impact this week's Power Rankings? And where does Oklahoma's big Bedlam victory slot the Sooners? All of that and more from Week 12.
Mark & Wes talk to Jim Larranaga about his concerns about keeping his team safe from Covid-19 and changes made to the college basketball schedule.
Miami coach Manny Diaz announced on Twitter on Friday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus and will continue to work with his team virtually.
Miami Athletic Director Blake James joins the show to talk about the decision to shutdown for 2 weeks due to Covid concerns. ESPN CBB Analyst Jay Bilas also stops by to get us ready for the college basketball season. Plus we hear from the coaches in "Conference Cuts" and have a surprise winner of "Wide Receiver U"
In major news from the ACC, Miami is forced to shutdown for 2 weeks due to concerns with Covid-19. The guys tell us how this will effect the rest of the league as well as Miami's shot at an ACC title. Plus Tuesday means it's "ACCounting" day as the guys give us their power rankings and both keep the same top 3 with Notre Dame, Clemson, and Miami. Plus we visit with FSU women's soccer player Clara Robbins fresh off being names ACC tournament MVP and winning the championship.
Miami's next three games have been rescheduled as a result of COVID-19 issues inside the program, forcing multiple ACC games to be shuffled.
ESPN College football reporter Andrea Adelson explains to us what makes Sam Howell is such a special player. Plus she tells us how close Miami was to not having enough players to compete last weekend. We also dive into both the Best and Worst from this past weekend, plus we wish Wes and his wife a happy anniversary
Who were the movers and shakers in this week's college football conference power rankings?
Notre Dame was the only top-five team in action this week. Without any matchups between ranked squads, there wasn't much movement in the AP Top 25. Here's what's next for each team.
There have been Saturdays with more drama and bigger games. But this week still gave us surprises in the Big Ten, wild finishes and a fake spike for the win.