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College Football Playoff
Did the committee get it right?
Georgia needed a win to have a shot at the playoff.
This is their first Pac-12 title since 2008.
The No. 2 Miami Hurricanes thought they had an easy enough contest on Friday, squaring off against unranked Pitt. But the hosts made them think again.
Kneel, NFL. You have plenty to answer for.
As Championship Weekend nears, there’s plenty at stake when Week 13 plays out.
The change in rankings comes after Georgia and Notre Dame both fell over the weekend.
Georgia didn’t know what hit them Saturday afternoon in Auburn.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are two wins away from a Big Ten Championship berth.
The Washington Huskies lost Friday night, and now the Pac-12 isn’t getting a playoff team.
Georgia also moved to 9-0 for the first time since 1982 with their win over South Carolina.
Clemson hired Dabo Swinney in 2009, and for a while not everyone was convinced. But Monday night the Tigers changed all that by knocking off ‘Bama.
The CFB Playoffa��tons of bad teams, some with losing records, all for the sake of money. The format needs to be altered, but will it ever happen?
Clemson’s Deshaun Watson has been no stranger to the spotlight while climbing the NCAA ranksa��he’s never wavered. Look for more of the same Saturday night.
In recent years, CFB’s Bowl Season has continued to lose viewers, and the reason why is simple: there are just too many games being played.
This hasn’t been your run-of-the-mill college football season, as teams like Oregon and Texas will miss bowl season. Colorado and UCF, meanwhile, broke out.
This past Saturday, teams ranked No. 2-4 in the CFB Playoff rankings fell to lesser opposition. What does it mean going forward? And, what could it mean?