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Experts can't agree on playoff teams
Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy project four entirely different teams to make the College Football Playoff. They only agree on one thing: the Pac-12 will be left out again. Bowl projections
December headline: Better luck in Big 12?
Remember when the Big 12 thought it might lock up half of the four-team playoff field but was shut out entirely? This time, Ryan McGee predicts a better outcome. McGee: Late-season headlines
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
They're getting the windows ready here at Oklahoma's renovated Memorial Stadium
Over the past 18 seasons, Bob Stoops has gone from a 38-year-old rookie head coach to now the longest-tenured one in college football.
K-State (at No. 8 Stanford), Oklahoma (vs. No. 15 Houston) and Texas (vs. No. 10 Notre Dame) face stiff tests right away, but that may be a good thing.
Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
The three coaches nationally with the most wins at their current schools all reside in the Big 12 -- Kansas State's Bill Snyder (193 wins), Bob Stoops of Oklahoma (179) and TCU's Gary Patterson (143).
From Ohio State's top-ranked class to Notre Dame's big haul to Alabama's quest to get back on top, it has been a busy summer on the trail. Here's what you might have missed.
Houston vs. Oklahoma? Or Ole Miss vs. Florida State? ESPN experts decide the most consequential nonconference matchup and zero in on the players and coaches they'll be following most closely.
How does the College Football Playoff work again? Here's everything you need to know, from who's making the decisions to which bowl games will be involved.
Who will win the Heisman Trophy? Let us know what you think.
If you're a Houston student who wants a ticket to the season opener, we hope you got in line early.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
I'm told that Bucs rookie linebacker Devante Bond strained his hamstring Wednesday, which is why he isn't playing. He underwent an MRI but I'm told it's not serious. Hamstring injuries can be tricky, but he's expected to be back in about two weeks.
This year's Heisman race features four returning superstars: Christian McCaffrey, Deshaun Watson, Baker Mayfield and Leonard Fournette. Let's see how they compare using advanced stats.
It's a fun-but-complicated question: Who are college football's blue-blood programs? Our writers ranked all 128 and pinpointed the eight schools the sport wouldn't be the same without.
Whether the Cougars join the Big 12 remains to be seen, but recruiter in the league are clear: they don't want Houston in the Big 12.
What have we learned from two years of the College Football Playoff? More than anything, strength of schedule and conference titles matter. And you need a star QB -- well, unless you're Alabama.
Without them, a sport just isn't the same. Why college football blue bloods like Alabama, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas and USC make the game what it is.