NFL Nation recaps every game and answers the biggest questions from around the league in Week 3.
- Browns DE Garrett involved in one-car accident
- Guardians clinch first AL Central title since 2018
- Vols, NC State in top 10; Texas, Miami exit poll
- No. 3 OSU without starting CBs Brown, Burke
Myles Garrett's vehicle went off the side of the road and flipped several times before coming to a rest.
The race to reach October is on. Here's the latest on which teams will be playing in the postseason.
Our draft analysts weigh in on Sam Hartman's six-TD outing, Ohio State's convincing win over Wisconsin and Tyler Van Dyke's struggles.
In Week 4, Georgia went from looking unbeatable to remarkably human. Here are the issues the top teams must clean up to get to the title game.
Week 3's action incited some good burns on social media -- and several teams were left holding L's.
The Guardians clinched the AL Central when the second-place White Sox lost Sunday, capturing their first division title since 2018.
— A sturdy pair of goggles was mandatory attire Sunday in Cleveland's clubhouse, where impromptu showers of Champagne and beer broke out inside a thick haze of cigar smoke.
Tennessee is in the top 10 for the first time since 2016, while NC State ended an even longer drought, reaching the top 10 for the first time since 2002. Meanwhile, the top five teams held steady this week.
With the release of the latest AP college football poll, here's what is up next for each team in the new rankings.
One month into the season, the bowl picture is beginning to take shape -- at least for now. Here are our latest matchups for all the games.
After the first week in which Georgia actually looked human, Alabama reclaims its spot atop the SP+ rankings.
Georgia, Alabama and Ohio State are clear CFP front-runners entering October. But there are tiers of teams behind the Big 3 just hoping for a big break.
Find out who our reporters pick after Week 4 for the College Football Playoff.
Harrison Jr. made sure he stood out against the Wisconsin Badgers.
See, winning is hard, and for a few potential contenders, the job proved too big Saturday.
UTEP, James Madison and Michigan are among the schools with the best jabs at their opponents during Week 4 of the college football season.
— No. 3 Ohio State is striking the right balance.
— Cal Quantrill won his career-best 10th consecutive decision, rookie Oscar Gonzalez hit two home runs and the Cleveland Guardians moved closer to clinching the AL Central, beating the Texas Rangers 4-2 on Saturday night.
With multiple top-10 upsets and a few other tight games between ranked opponents, see how this week's Power Rankings shook out.
No. 3 Ohio State was without starting cornerbacks Cam Brown and Denzel Burke against Wisconsin.