The SEC returned to the field Saturday. How did that shake up our College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowl projections?
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SP+ expands to include everyone slated to play college football this fall, including the Pac-12.
- Ohio State projects $107M deficit for fiscal '21
- Ohio St. faces Nebraska as part of Big Ten start
- Wade: 'Gonna come back and be a Buckeye'
- Buckeyes' Davis wants to return; Wade undecided
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The top of college FPI's new rankings. Florida moved into top 10; LSU dropped out. Oklahoma already was outside of top 10 before this week. No team improved its rating more than Mississippi State -- now a +6.5 and ranked 35th. (Does not include Pac-12 yet)
The Pac-12 enters the mix this week, but the real shake up comes from two big upsets.
The Pac-12 announced it's coming back but, unlike the Big Ten's return last week, no teams land in the picks. Oklahoma fell in Week 4, which opened the door for the Florida Gators, who climbed into nearly all of the picks this.
From breakout blue-chippers to quarterbacks trying to channel Joe Burrow, these are the 25 players who will define the run to the playoff.
Florida winning the national championship? It could happen ... or at least it did in one of our 20,000 daily simulations mapping out the SEC season.
Despite a $107 million budget deficit projection, Ohio State will not eliminate any of its 36 varsity programs and will continue to fund all scholarships and athlete resources as part of a $180 million budget for 2021.
Sorry, Clemson and Alabama. The Buckeyes -- even with a shorter schedule -- have the best chance to win the national title this year.
The Big Ten is playing football this fall. What changed? It all came down to updated medical reports. Those who provided that report take ESPN inside the meeting with Big Ten presidents that changed everything.
The CFB Pod: Is Miami back? Can the American make the CFBP? Should the playoff expand for 2020? What are the guys eyeing up in the SEC's opening weekend?
Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi kick off the podcast by discussing the new-look Miami with Rhett Lashlee and D’Eriq King at the helm of the offense, but aren’t ready to declare the Hurricanes “back” just yet. Then the guys give the American some love and ponder what it would take for a team to get into the playoff. Later, they talk about expanding the playoff for this season, the newly revealed Big Ten schedule and what they’re looking forward to this weekend as the SEC gets underway.
Has Miami finally figured out its offense? Just how bad is the Big 12? And is there a conspiracy against Nebraska? We react to knee-jerk questions early in this college football season.
With the Big Ten unveiling its schedule, SP+ expands to include the conference, and Ryan Day's squad takes top billing.
Here's what the Allstate Playoff Predictor has to say about the CFP chase after the first three weeks of action.
The Big Ten releases its schedule and joins the chase for the College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowls.
With the Big Ten entering the fray, Ohio State jumps into the top two immediately, and three other Big Ten schools make it in. But the SEC still reigns over the top 25.
There remains a lot of uncertainty surrounding the 2020 season, but our experts make their College Football Playoff picks -- now including the Big Ten! -- following Week 3.
The full Big Ten football schedule is out, and this is everything you need to know, breaking down the biggest games for each team in the conference.
National title contender Ohio State opens its season against Nebraska on Oct. 24, the Big Ten announced Saturday.
Keyshawn Johnson, and Zubin Mehenti begin the hour with a correction from....Bill Parcells. The Big Tuna texted Key to correct him on a play he described. He is still getting coaching from the Tuna after all these years. Michael Collins joins the show to shed some light on Tiger and the field. Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade joins the show to talk about him opting back in to the season now that the Big 10 is back.
Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade, who originally opted out of the 2020 season amid Big Ten uncertainty, has said he'll return to the Buckeyes now that the season will begin in October.