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.
- No. 3 OSU without starting CBs Brown, Burke
- Cavs, Wade agree to 3-year, $18.5M extension
- Browns LB Walker tears quad tendon, out for '22
- Browns LB Walker (knee) carted off, set for MRI
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.
Forward Dean Wade, a development success story of the Cavaliers' rebuild, has agreed to a three-year, $18.5 million extension with Cleveland, his agents told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
An unusual separation between Cleveland Guardians pitcher Zach Plesac and his agent illustrates the behind-the-scenes drama of agent-client relationships.
— Cody Morris and Will Brennan are both only a few games into their big league careers. They are already doing their parts to help the Cleveland Guardians get closer to the AL Central title.
Laura Rutledge and the NFL Live crew discuss week 3 including a surprisingly good Browns' offense, winless teams that must get their first win of the season to keep playoff hopes alive, and a showdown between Brady and Rodgers
Browns linebacker Anthony Walker Jr. will miss the rest of the 2022 season after suffering a torn quad tendon during Thursday's win over the Steelers.
Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer
An MRI today on Browns LB Anthony Walker revealed that he tore his quad tendon and he now will require season-ending surgery, per source. It is considered to be a 5-to-7 month injury.
Ohio State, Mississippi State and North Carolina pulled out exceptional ensembles for Week 4 of the college football season.
With a Week 4 slate without many College Football Playoff implications, Seth Walder looks at what a 12-team playoff would mean for this week's matchups.
Cleveland entered the regular season with baseball's youngest roster and are on the verge of finishing it with a division title.
Can the Vols make a statement? What will we learn in the Pac-12? What under-the-radar gems do you need to see? Bill Connelly sets your viewing plans.
NFL draft prospects to watch, predictions and buzz for CFB Week 4: Can Nick Herbig slow C.J. Stroud?
Our NFL draft experts pick prospects to watch, including Wisconsin's top defenders against Ohio State's offensive playmakers.
The key storylines for Florida-Tennessee, Clemson-Wake Forest and the rest of Week 4's biggest games
Week 4 kicks off conference play for most of the teams in the country, and with it comes rivalries. Three ranked conference games, a Big Ten showdown and a matchup fit for the hardwood are all featured in this week's GameDay Kickoff.