Clemson, Alabama, Notre Dame and Oklahoma State are humming along, and the Big Ten has joined the party in search of a College Football Playoff semifinal spot.
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Andrea Adelson, ESPN College Reporter helps explain why some of the top ACC teams looked flat this past weekend. And is Notre Dame clearly the #2 team in the ACC? Plus should Travis Etienne find a new breakfast cereal. And we take a look at the best and worst from the past weekend and give the finalists for our "Wide Receiver U"
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The ACC put up some duds this past weekend. And with teams like Virginia Tech and NC State losing, the guys debate who the 5th best team in the ACC is. We also breakdown Notre Dame’s 45-3 blowout win against Pitt and Clemson 47-21 struggle to get past Syracuse.
Who were the biggest movers in this week's college football conference power rankings? Let's have a look.
The Big Ten returned and it did not disappoint, with some incredible performances and epic finishes. What does it mean for the AP Top 25? Let's break down what's next for each ranked team.
The big three -- Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State -- all rolled to wins Saturday. Hopeful interloper Penn State fell short. How did this shake things up come bowl time? Here are our latest projections.
Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State are all unanimous picks in Week 8 following big wins. Notre Dame finally makes its true presence felt in the picks while Georgia and Oklahoma State continue to make an appearance.
The Big Ten returns! Ohio State enters the fray and immediately earns its top-three spot. Notre Dame hops Georgia for the fourth spot, and Michigan climbs into the top 10 with a big win. Indiana steals the show in Week 8's Power Rankings, however.
The Big Ten is back! And Wisconsin might have a star QB -- at least Patrick Mahomes thinks so. We've got you covered with the day's biggest moments, takeaways and uniform reveals.
Yes, the Big Ten is back. But two of the nine remaining undefeated teams in the FBS -- No. 9 Cincinnati and No. 16 SMU -- face off this weekend, too.
Notre Dame's star Running Back Kyren Williams joins the show to talk about the good start for the Irish and the impressive play from his offensive line. Plus the guys give their ACC power rankings in this week's "ACCounting" and we look back at Pack's birthday.
The CFB Pod: The guys look back at Alabama-Georgia and all of the Week 7 action. Plus, what to expect in the Big Ten's opening weekend
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Alabama’s win over Georgia, Mac Jones flying under the radar, Steve Sarkisian changing up the Tide’s offense, why defense no longer wins championship, if Stetson Bennett IV should remain the starter in Athens, Clemson dropping 73 against Georgia Tech, and what to expect from Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan in the Big Ten’s opening weekend.
How would you rank each team in the three Power 5 conferences that have already begun play? Let's have a look.
College football's midseason-ish awards: Top players and unbelievable moments in a season like no other
Only in 2020 can we be celebrating the midway point before the Big Ten or Pac-12 has taken the field. But with seven weeks down and eight to go until conference title weekend, let's look back on the best of the year so far.
The Allstate Playoff Predictor breaks down which teams have the best chance to make this season's College Football Playoff.
What's next for each AP Top 25 team? Well, for starters, the Big Ten, led by No. 5 Ohio State, will finally take the field. Here's what to expect for each ranked team.
Alabama beat rival Georgia on Saturday night to strengthen its hold atop the SEC and College Football Playoff race. Where does the loss leave the Bulldogs come bowl season? Mark Schlabach and Kyle Bonagura unveil their latest lists.
Saturday was business as usual for No. 1 Clemson and No. 2 Alabama. But is there cause for concern for Auburn and Notre Dame?