How far does Georgia fall after a loss? How high does Baylor climb after a conference title? And what about 13-0 Cincinnati? All that and more in the final Power Rankings before the bowl season.
Clemson starting receiver Frank Ladson Jr., who had season-ending groin surgery, and backup quarterback Taisun Phommachanh have entered the transfer portal.
- Ladson, Phommachanh to transfer from Clemson
- Clemson WR Ross to have surgery, enter draft
- Clemson WR Ross (foot) out vs. Wake Forest
- White, Clemson first-team All-ACC QB, dies at 83
More college football players are entering the transfer portal each year. As the season winds down, we will analyze top players as they enter the portal and make new commitments.
Oklahoma plummeted after Lincoln Riley departed, and Notre Dame looks to stay in the top five after losing Brian Kelly to LSU.
We have the honor to announce the “ALL-ACC” 1st, 2nd, and 3rd team. and speak with Clemson Defensive Back Mario Goodrich after being named All-ACC First team. Plus Conor O'Neil from Deacons Illustrated returns to the show to get us ready for Wake Forest & Pitt in the ACC Championship.
With the release of the latest AP college football poll, here's what is up next for each team in the new rankings.
Here are this week's SP+ rankings after a wild Rivalry Week.
Ohio State falls. Alabama survives. Bedlam, possibly the last in the rivalry, lived up to the hype. See how Week 13's biggest games impacted the Power Rankings.
This weekend last year without traditional games such as Clemson-South Carolina and Georgia-Georgia Tech just wasn't the same. Thankfully, the games -- and fans -- are back.
Clemson and Florida State dominated the ACC over the past decade, and that has shown up in recruiting. But which class stood the test of time?
The best week of the college football season is upon us. From the Egg Bowl to The Game and everything in between, let's enjoy the strange, petty, delightful world of the season's best rivalries.
Rivalry Week is here, and Ohio State-Michigan and Oklahoma-Oklahoma State are just two of the biggest must-see games of the season.
Georgia and Ohio State continue to battle it out for the top spot in SP+ after Week 12.
Week 12 gave us some trick plays, big plays, coaches throwing shade, Joey Chestnut and even Bill Murray.
— At last, Clemson looked like the powerhouse it was supposed to be this season.
An Oregon stumble paves the way for Cincinnati to climb into the top four but are the Bearcats the best team in Ohio? The Buckeyes certainly have something to say about that. How did Week 12's biggest games impact this weeks Power Rankings?
We look back at last night's action as Malik Cunningham and Louisville roll over Duke 62-22. The Blue Devils fall to 0-7 in ACC play & in danger of posting it’s 7th winless conference season. And with Virginia Tech set to face Miami this weekend, we get to know interim head coach J.C. Price. Plus we look ahead to this weekend’s action and give you some of the possible clinching scenarios. And we hear Pack's weekly conversation with Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney.
Michigan State at Ohio State for Big Ten East control, consequential conference clashes and more in Week 12
Ohio State and Michigan State square off in a potential playoff-defining game, while Arkansas-Alabama, Oregon-Utah and Wake Forest-Clemson highlight a week of must-see matchups.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said leading receiver Justyn Ross will have surgery to fix the stress fracture in his foot then get ready for the NFL draft.
The Clemson Tigers will be without top wide receiver Justyn Ross for this week's game with No. 13 Wake Forest due to a foot injury
The top five remains the same in SP+, with Georgia, Ohio State and Alabama continuing to separate themselves from the pack.
Oklahoma is shocked while the rest of the top-10 cruises. The bottom half of the top-25 is up for grabs, however, following several losses in Week 11.
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