We break down Week 2 of the college football season, from the QB situations at Florida and Georgia to the Big 12 race.
Michigan won and Ohio State lost in Week 2, so the Wolverines have a shot, right? So, will Iowa have a shot at the CFP? And can Texas really survive a move to the SEC?! Our overreaction guru Mark Schlabach squashes dreams and speaks truth after Week 2.
- Oregon, Iowa enter AP top 5; Ohio St. falls to 9
- Regents OK naming Iowa's field for Duke Slater
- Report: Iowa set to name football field for Slater
- Jags' Meyer, Baalke subpoenaed in Iowa lawsuit
With help from the Allstate Playoff Predictor, you can pick a top title contender, play out its season and see what chances it has to make the top four at the end of the year.
After Week 2, it's all about the SEC West and the Big Ten East at the top of the SP+ rankings.
In just two weeks, we've seen numerous top teams look more vulnerable than expected. Here are 10 potential contenders that could fill the void if that trend keeps up.
After some surprises in Week 2, we forecast every bowl matchup, including the College Football Playoff, and look at who could sneak into the New Year's Six and more.
Oregon jumped to No. 4 in the AP Top 25 after upsetting Ohio State and Iowa moved to No. 5 after defeating Iowa State, while Alabama remained No. 1 and was followed by Georgia and Oklahoma in the top three.
Where does Oregon land after defeating Ohio State in Columbus? What about Iowa following a big win over rival Iowa State? All that and more in this week's playoff picks.
— Iowa defensive end Zach VanValkenburg and offensive lineman Jack Plumb marched across the end zone with the Cy-Hawk Trophy perched on their shoulders, showing it off to the Hawkeyes fans who had come to Jack Trice Stadium to see the biggest game in...
The Cy-Hawk Trophy is on the line in Ames, Iowa, where the Hawkeyes and Cyclones face off. Here are the best signs from College GameDay.
Week 2 is a bit quieter than last week's opener, but there's still plenty to glean from this week's slate. Here's what we'll be watching in Ohio State-Oregon, Iowa-Iowa State, Michigan-Washington and much more.
Iowa won the coveted Cy-Hawk trophy by one point the last time the Hawkeyes and Cyclones met back in 2019. And now, for the first time ever, both teams are ranked (and in the top 10!) heading into the game.
In the latest SP+ rankings, the gap between No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Georgia is greater than the difference between the Bulldogs and No. 16 Texas. Plus, Michigan is all the way up to No. 7.
— Iowa cornerback Riley Moss wasn't sure what happened.
Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler and Iowa State running back Breece Hall are on everyone's list, but who joins them as preseason All-America picks?
With the first AP college football poll officially released, we take a look at the top Heisman candidate on each of the 25 teams.
Bill Connelly updates his college football SP+ projections based on returning production, recent recruiting and recent history.
Is it any surprise that Nick Saban's crew starts the year on top? Clemson, led by QB DJ Uiagalelei, and Oklahoma, behind star Spencer Rattler, are looking to close the gap.
Oklahoma remains QBU, but who makes the Sooners' Mount Rushmore of signal callers? And which schools produce the best at the other positions? ESPN Stats & Info crunches the numbers to let us know.
The field at Iowa's Kinnick Stadium will be named for Duke Slater, the trailblazing Black football player who was an All-America tackle a century ago.
The University of Iowa plans to name the field at Kinnick Stadium for Duke Slater, a trailblazing Black player who was an All-America tackle a century ago, The Associated Press reported Wednesday.
The division has been consistently unpredictable in recent years, but Wisconsin's solid defense and offensive potential make the Badgers the team to beat in the West.