The Big Ten has emerged as a powerhouse with four teams in the top 10. Who is the best? Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State or Michigan State?
Our reporters put Week 7 of the college football season into perspective, from Oklahoma's quarterback situation to the crowded Big Ten race.
- PSU's Franklin denies his team has faked injuries
- Ferentz: Iowa fans 'smelled rat' with PSU injuries
- Penn State QB Clifford exits in loss to No. 3 Iowa
- Clemson out of AP Top 25 for first time since '14
Georgia seems like a lock, but Iowa's loss to Purdue scrambles the College Football Playoff picture once again and leaves these next 10 teams with a legitimate chance -- provided certain things fall their way.
From Georgia's defense to Oklahoma's newfound explosiveness and Ohio State's skill corps, we look at each title contender's greatest strength.
With another week in college football behind us, it's time to look at this week's Power Rankings.
Despite the week-to-week chaos of the 2021 season, the truly elite teams are starting to separate themselves in the SP+ rankings.
How many Big Ten teams get into the playoff in a 12-team field? What does an expanded field mean for Georgia's championship chances? And what about the Group of 5? Our analytics team takes a look.
From the top college football prospects who are still taking visits to the teams that have had strong classes, we take a broad look at the recruiting world.
Penn State's James Franklin fired back against accusations from Iowa fans and coaches that his players faked injuries in Saturday's loss to the Hawkeyes, saying that strategy "has not shown up" in his 12 years as a head coach.
Which players are standing out as the college football season hits the midpoint?
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said he understood why some fans booed Penn State players going down, alleging that the Nittany Lions may have been trying to slow down the Hawkeyes' tempo.
We're at the halfway point of the regular season. Here are our reporters' breakdowns on Heisman candidates, surprises, disappointments and what's in store for the rest of the season.
Since it seems anyone can lose this college football season, we look at the biggest issue facing all 18 teams still in the CFP hunt.
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.
On the heels of a dominant Ohio State win and Alabama's upset loss, the Buckeyes are No. 2 in the latest SP+ rankings, behind only Georgia.
Texas A&M shocked the defending national champions and rocked the College Football Playoff race, leaving Georgia, Iowa, Cincinnati (really) and Oklahoma in prime position.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 6.
Horns were down after Oklahoma defeated Texas in the Red River Showdown and Ole Miss cleared up any confusion about their win over Arkansas.
Sean Clifford left Saturday's 20-23 loss at Iowa early in the second quarter with an unspecified injury.
— Iowa was in victory formation and the emotion was about to spill over as dusk settled over Kinnick Stadium.
With another chaotic week in college football behind us, it's time to look at this week's Power Rankings.
Penn State and Iowa face off in a top-five showdown, and Michigan tries to keep things rolling as the season nears the halfway point.
Penn State and Iowa meet for the first time as top-five foes, while Texas and Oklahoma prepare for one of the Big 12's last Red River Rivalries. And those are just two among a Week 6 slate loaded with must-watch games.