A large field includes four college coaches and six present or former NFL head coaches.
Ohio State was installed as a 3.5-point underdog against Michigan. Barring dramatic line movement, it would mark the first time the Buckeyes haven't been favored since the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship in 2015.
- Ohio St. opens as rare underdog vs. Michigan
- Army marches into AP poll for 1st time since '96
- Source: Browns eye Condi Rice for HC interview
- Meyer after OT win: Emotional, not exasperated
Browns swiftly deny national report they wanted to interview former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for head coach.
Brothers Kaleb Wesson and Andre Wesson combined for 29 points to lead four Ohio State players in double figures in an 89-61 win over South Carolina State at on Sunday.
At No. 23, Army makes its first appearance in the AP poll since 1996, but things at the top of the rankings remain largely unchanged.
The Browns would like to interview former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for their head-coaching job, a league source told ESPN. If they follow through, it would make her the first woman in NFL history to interview for such a position.
Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer said his team was fortunate to pull off an overtime win over Maryland on Saturday, but he said the defense has to improve "or we won't win" against Michigan next week.
Ninth-ranked Ohio State went to overtime to avoid one of the most stunning upsets in this college football season, defeating Maryland 52-51 Saturday when the Terrapins failed to convert a 2-point conversion after the potential game-tying touchdown.
Notre Dame closes in on the CFP, while West Virginia goes down and Ohio State and Michigan prepare for a B1G showdown. What else have we learned?