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The Cowboys are terrible. Paul Finebaum joins to talk about Nick Saban's comeback this weekend and the Big 10's return to the field. Alex Smith joins to talk about his return to the field and what it was like having his family there to see it. Plus, Key's Real Rankings!
- Sooners tumble out of poll; top teams stay stable
- Day: Ohio State coaches making sacrifices
- Ohio State stars Wade, Davis cleared for return
- Ohio State projects $107M deficit for fiscal '21
The Tigers QB remains the clear-cut leader, but Alabama's Mac Jones gives him a run for the top spot. And a quarterback from BYU makes a leap.
Ten years ago, a rogue Ohio University mascot launched his yearslong scheme to pummel Brutus. Now, with Ohio State finally set to take the field again, the story has become the ultimate college football litmus test.
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.
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.
The Big Ten is back, and while Ohio State is the clear favorite, you know the Buckeyes will get challenged along the way. Who poses the biggest threat to Ryan Day's team?
Because of a mix-up in times, 1995 Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George joined Matt Schick & Myron Medcalf on Sunday Morning on ESPN Radio and talked about why Alabama has been so good for so long, if the Big 10 can avoid COVID outbreaks, and the best thing that's happened to him because he's a Heisman Trophy winner.
The Allstate Playoff Predictor breaks down which conference has the best chance to send two teams to this season's College Football Playoff.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
No team's playoff chances dropped more yesterday than Georgia, but the Bulldogs still are one of the five teams with the best chance to earn a playoff selection.
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.
The Big Ten is coming, and Alabama and Clemson look unstoppable. What does it mean for the SP+ rankings?
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.
Georgia loses but remains a popular pick, while Alabama and Clemson solidify spots in the top two moving forward. Cincinnati, Coastal Carolina, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M get nods this week, and BYU and Notre Dame remain in the picture.
Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence is joined in the top two by teammate and record-setting RB Travis Etienne.
There is a new reality in college football: The graduate transfer is not for just the elite anymore. Beyond the Joe Burrow-to-LSU stories in the sport, programs such as Ole Miss, Virginia Tech and others are getting in the game.
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.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
The 10 teams most likely to reach the playoff, according to the Allstate Playoff Predictor. Clemson improved its chances more than any other team yesterday and is now the most likely team to get in. Oregon, Penn State, USC and Wisconsin all improved their chances by about 3 percentage points each (despite not playing) due to other contenders -- like LSU, Florida and Texas -- losing.
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.