A blue-ribbon panel of 150 experts selects the best games in the sport's history, from 1971 Oklahoma-Nebraska to Toledo-Western Michigan in 2011.
Here's how our experts envision the entire bowl season playing out.
Oklahoma's shocking loss to Kansas State earns the Sooners the coveted fifth spot in this week's Bottom 10.
In Week 9, the Buckeyes and Tigers showed they're both capable of ending the Alabama-Clemson championship dynasty.
An inexplicable loss to a 2-4 Illinois team? Pack it up and pack it in to the No. 5 spot.
Conference USA fined FAU coach Lane Kiffin $5,000 for violating the league's sportsmanship policy one day after he tweeted a photograph that depicted on-field officials as being blind.
Ohio State's Chase Young was an easy pick on defense, but Joe Burrow and CeeDee Lamb had to beat out fierce competition to earn their spots. Who else made it?
The West Coast isn't the best coast for college football this week, landing in the No 5 spot.
Yes, the expected super powers are dominating college football again in 2019. But think everything is settled? Hardly.
The Scarlet Knights fired their coach already, Virginia Tech's poor robot didn't get to do many post-score pushups, and Akron takes over the top -- bottom? -- spot.
The Tigers nearly lost their first regular-season game in two years, Alabama's QB continues to set Tide records and the Civil ConFLiCT finally comes to an end.
Even in a bad week for Arkansas, Utah and Washington State, the Wolverines stand out, landing the Coveted No. 5 spot.
The QB transfer market has shaken up college football this year, led by a couple of Heisman contenders. See how all 23 rank so far.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney is building an unofficial coaching tree -- and others are finding success emulating "the Dabo Way."
Kicking off with a conference game that wasn't a conference game, it was a bad week along the Atlantic coast.
After an 0-2 start, Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt searched for an analogy and came up with ... the Titanic. It's safe to say things aren't going well in Knoxville.
President Kennedy's speech about landing on the moon included a line that became famous to college football fans in Texas and beyond.
At age 87, Vince Dooley broke out a few dance moves as James Brown blared throughout Sanford Stadium.