The Pac-12 detailed its policies for game cancellations and tiebreaker scenarios ahead of the start of its seven-game season.
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The Big Ten is coming, and Alabama and Clemson look unstoppable. What does it mean for the SP+ rankings?
- Pac-12 details plan for cancellations, tiebreakers
- Oregon CB Lenoir opts back in for 2020 season
- Oregon opens vs. Stanford as Pac-12 shows slate
- Oregon DB Holland opts out of Ducks' season
Trevor Lawrence and Clemson put up 73 points on Sunday, but it wasn't enough to claim the top spot after Alabama's big win over Georgia. The Bulldogs don't fall far, though, while North Carolina tumbles after an upset loss in Tallahassee.
A wild Saturday of upsets, especially in the SEC, means some movement in the AP Top 25, including North Carolina climbing to No. 5. Here's what's next for each ranked team.
Clemson moves past Alabama for the No. 2 spot, but both squads remain looking up at Ohio State.
The Allstate Playoff Predictor -- like all of college football -- underwent a shake-up after some surprising Week 6 results.
Following a big win over Miami, Clemson climbs to the top of the ranks for the first time this season while Florida tumbles after a loss. Oklahoma climbs back into the power rankings but the SEC remains king with six teams in the top 25.
The Pac-12 is playing only a seven-game regular season. Is that enough for a College Football Playoff berth? Oregon and USC are the conference's best chance at the playoff, but what will the teams have to do to ultimately finish in the top four?
Oregon CB Deommodore Lenoir has opted back in for the 2020 season, good news for a Ducks secondary thinned by opt-outs.
Miami moves into the top 10 without playing a snap on Saturday, while the Crimson Tide's dominance of Texas A&M moves them past the Tigers.
We break down the biggest games and matchups from the Pac-12's schedule release, and we pick our champion.
The Pac-12 schedule will feature two rivalry weekends and open on Nov. 7 with preseason favorite Oregon taking on Stanford.
Not much changed high in the rankings this week, as all the top teams that played handled their business. However, some upsets lower on the list shake things up.
After the Georgia-Auburn showdown and a few key upsets, there's big movement in the AP Top 25 college football poll. Here's what's next for the Top 25 teams.
Everyone can join the AP Top 25 party now. Here's what the latest poll looks like now that Big Ten and Pac-12 teams are included, and what's next for each ranked squad.
SP+ expands to include everyone slated to play college football this fall, including the Pac-12.
The Pac-12 enters the mix this week, but the real shake up comes from two big upsets.
Defensive back Jevon Holland is the fourth Oregon player to announce he will not play this season, but the first since the Pac-12 announced this week it will play this fall.