Will this make them a threat again?
Did the committee get it right?
It’s time to debate.
The CFB Playoff rankings are here!
As Championship Weekend nears, there’s plenty at stake when Week 13 plays out.
The change in rankings comes after Georgia and Notre Dame both fell over the weekend.
Georgia also moved to 9-0 for the first time since 1982 with their win over South Carolina.
Clemson hired Dabo Swinney in 2009, and for a while not everyone was convinced. But Monday night the Tigers changed all that by knocking off ‘Bama.
Clemson’s Deshaun Watson has been no stranger to the spotlight while climbing the NCAA ranks—he’s never wavered. Look for more of the same Saturday night.
In recent years, CFB’s Bowl Season has continued to lose viewers, and the reason why is simple: there are just too many games being played.
This past Saturday, teams ranked No. 2-4 in the CFB Playoff rankings fell to lesser opposition. What does it mean going forward? And, what could it mean?
Finally, we have our first College Football Playoff rankings of the season. So, what does it tell us, and where do we go from here?
Even accounting for Ohio State’s loss yesterday to Penn State, the Big Ten is a step ahead of every other power conference when it comes to the CFB playoff.
Louisville lost a heart-breaker over the weekend to Clemson in what was arguably the best CFB game of the season. Should that leave them out in the cold?
We’ve all seen the latest AP Poll, so what does TSP’s Top 25 look like? For one thing, Louisville is here to play. Oh, and we’re not going easy on FSU.
The Sooners are more than likely playing for their playoff lives this weekend against Ohio State. That, and for the hope of their conference.
In Deondre Francois, Shane Buechele, Jalen Hurts, and Jacob Eason, we might be looking at the next great batch of college quarterbacks.
Which teams have the most to gain or lose? Who should you be paying attention to? It’s time for the rest of the 2016 college football season to kick off.