Here is your yearly installment of our bowl watchability rankings. Because while every game is entertaining, some are simply must-see TV.
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Which stars could come home with awards from Thursday's event? We break down the finalists and who should win.
- New Year's 6 set; Michigan-Bama in Citrus Bowl
- Wisconsin RB Taylor plans to play in bowl game
- OSU's Fields: Halftime deficit 'made us stronger'
- Badgers' Taylor has record 12th 200-yard game
Oklahoma receiver CeeDee Lamb vs. LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. just might top the list of intriguing bowl-game battles.
LSU's record-setting quarterback holds his spot atop our rankings as the Heisman front-runner. Justin Fields, Chase Young and Jalen Hurts follow.
Breaking down the key storylines, players and matchups to watch when the Ducks and Badgers face off in the Rose Bowl.
The top four playoff teams are set thanks to upsets, blowouts and near misses. But how would an expanded playoff format look?
Baylor and Georgia will meet in the Sugar Bowl; Virginia and Florida face off in the Orange Bowl; Oregon will see Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl; Memphis will clash with Penn State in the Cotton Bowl.
The College Football Playoff will crown its next champion in New Orleans. Take a look at the rest of the CFP and bowl schedule.
Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor said he plans to play in the Badgers' upcoming bowl game.
Ohio State hadn't faced a double-digit deficit all season before Saturday. Against Wisconsin in the Big Ten championship game, the Buckeyes had to show they could rally.
See how our experts envision the entire bowl schedule with the final selections so close to being announced.
Justin Fields and J.K. Dobbins spent the first half scratching their heads.
LSU's 37-10 win against Georgia in the SEC title game likely opened up a top-four spot for Oklahoma and perhaps moved the Tigers past Ohio State for No. 1.
From the SEC and Pac-12 all the way down to Division III, here's your complete championship weekend preview.
Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast by discussing David's appearances across ESPN, their thoughts on championship games and Kevin's eight-team playoff idea. Then the guys preview the conference championship games (8:25), hitting on Utah-Oregon, Baylor-Oklahoma, Cincinnati-Memphis, Georgia-LSU, Clemson-Virginia and Ohio State-Wisconsin. Later, they take listener questions (33:43) on the Group of 5, bowl game swag bags and Christmas. Next, Jonathan Vilma joins the podcast (41:22) to talk about scenarios for the No. 4 seed, his thoughts on Clemson, if he could play college football right now and be the same player he was, and the moment he knew his Miami team was going to beat Nebraska in the national championship game.
Here's how each Power 5 conference championship game will affect the playoff. Can the winner of Baylor-Oklahoma make the top four?
With less than a week to go until the final selections are made, see how our experts envision the entire bowl schedule playing out.