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Sorry, Clemson and Alabama. The Buckeyes -- even with a shorter schedule -- have the best chance to win the national title this year.
- Alabama names Mac Jones QB for opener
- Clemson No. 1, Bama, LSU earn 1st-place votes
- Bama DC expects better out of Tide's unit in '20
- Saban: Big Ten's decision to play 'good for game'
September marks the 30th anniversary of Nick Saban's debut as a college head coach, a one-year jaunt at the helm of the Toledo Rockets. Saban, and the members of his first team, remembered the humble beginnings of a details-driven legend.
Clemson's Trevor Lawrence gets every first-place vote, but Justin Fields -- who hasn't even played a game yet -- makes his debut at No. 2.
Mac Jones beat out Bryce Young and will start at quarterback for the Crimson Tide.
Defending champ LSU loses nearly everyone from last season's squad, while Alabama reloads and Texas A&M looks for a breakthrough in Jimbo Fisher's third season.
The AP Top 25 college football poll is out. We'll have to wait another week for Big Ten teams to be included, but here's what's next for each ranked team.
Clemson holds on to the top spot, garnering 59 of 61 first-place votes in the AP poll.
With the Big Ten unveiling its schedule, SP+ expands to include the conference, and Ryan Day's squad takes top billing.
Pete Golding doesn't make excuses for Alabama's uncharacteristic defensive shortcomings last season, and he probably could.
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.
Alabama coach Nick Saban said the Big Ten's decision to play this fall is a win for college football, but he said the tricky part would be comparing teams when they're not playing the same number of games.
As decades have passed, so has the lore of the day an integrated Trojans team crushed an all-white Tide. What the game meant then and what it means now has shifted for the men who were on the field.