Thanks to another dominant effort in conference play, the Buckeyes have supplanted the Georgia Bulldogs atop the SP+ rankings.
Did Cincinnati's and Oklahoma's standing take a hit? Our latest bowl projections, including analysis of the playoff, have the answers.
- Alabama jumps Oklahoma to No. 3 in AP Top 25
- Bama wins, but miscues 'need to get corrected'
- Alabama hopes stadium app cuts concession lines
- Mizzou beats out Georgia, Bama for top receiver
Alabama moved past Oklahoma to No. 3 in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday, behind top-ranked Georgia and No. 2 Cincinnati.
With the release of the latest AP college football poll, here's what is up next for each team in the new rankings.
No. 4 Alabama pulled away in the second half to defeat Tennessee 52-24, but Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban told reporters that "things need to get corrected" before the defending national champions' next game on Nov. 6.
Unbeaten Cincinnati and Oklahoma both struggled to beat lesser opponents. Will a lack of dominance impact the College Football Playoff committee?
Find out who makes the College Football Playoff picks this week.
— Alabama players once again got to light up those celebratory cigars after another win over border rival Tennessee.
Appalachian State got things off to a wild start on Wednesday night, beating undefeated Coastal Carolina. Wake Forest put up 70 against Army. What other excitement did college football's Week 8 provide?
Which four-team combination is the most likely to play out in this season's College Football Playoff?
The University of Alabama has teamed with an online app to help reduce long concession lines at Bryant-Denny Stadium caused by labor shortages.
The unexpected ACC race, the aggressive Oklahoma State defense and the emergence of Ohio State's Jameson Williams are in focus this weekend.
Arch Manning is the most sought-after quarterback recruit in the country and a descendant from football royalty. How do he and his family keep it all in perspective?
In the 2019 recruiting class, Kayvon Thibodeaux was No. 1, Derek Stingley Jr. was No. 18 and Breece Hall wasn't in the top 300. How do they stack up now?
How do Georgia, Clemson, Texas, Alabama and Ole Miss separate themselves in the Arch Manning sweepstakes? Plus, which top prospects committed this week?
From Ohio State, with running back TreVeyon Henderson, to Oklahoma and Florida, Pro Football Focus looks at which schools are getting the biggest boost from underclassmen.
Luther Burden, the No. 1-ranked wide receiver in the 2022 class, committed to Missouri on Tuesday.
Caleb Williams, Brock Bowers and Denzel Burke are among the true freshmen who have truly stood out so far this season.