We break down Week 2 of the college football season, from the QB situations at Florida and Georgia to the Big 12 race.
- Fisher: QB King out with 'crack in his lower leg'
- Spiller pushes Aggies past Colorado in tight victory
- No. 5 Aggies lose QB King with lower leg injury
- Georgia jumps to No. 2; Clemson tumbles to 6th
From Ohio State's defense to Notre Dame's close calls to Texas' SEC no-show and beyond, let's assess which teams that have struggled out of the gate have reason for genuine concern and which ones will be just fine.
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.
Texas A&M starting quarterback Haynes King has a "crack in his lower leg," coach Jimbo Fisher said. Sources told ESPN that King is expected to be out 4-7 weeks.
After Week 2, it's all about the SEC West and the Big Ten East at the top of the SP+ rankings.
How does Oregon's win over Ohio State impact the weekly Power Rankings? What about Iowa's big rivalry win? And close calls for Notre Dame and Texas A&M? All that and more in this week's Power Rankings.
— Freshman quarterback Haynes King's backup started out slowly, finished precious few drives and even fumbled the football a whisker from the goal line.
No. 5 Texas A&M finds a way to squeeze out a close 10-7 victory over Colorado behind Isaiah Spiller's game-winning touchdown.
Sophomore quarterback Zach Calzada replaced starter Haynes King in the first quarter after the redshirt freshman suffered a lower right leg injury while scrambling against Colorado.
Week 2 is a bit quieter than last week's opener, but there's still plenty to glean from this week's slate. Here's what we'll be watching in Ohio State-Oregon, Iowa-Iowa State, Michigan-Washington and much more.
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We break down which prospects are visiting which college football teams and which schools helped their cases in recruiting after Week 1.
Georgia jumped three spots to No. 2 behind Alabama in The Associated Press Top 25, giving the SEC the top two teams in the country for the 30th time in the 85-year history of the college football poll.
In the latest SP+ rankings, the gap between No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Georgia is greater than the difference between the Bulldogs and No. 16 Texas. Plus, Michigan is all the way up to No. 7.
It's Week 1, and the first edition of this year's Power Rankings is officially here. How many SEC teams land in the top ten after a dominate week? How far does Clemson tumble after a close loss? And what about the Group of 5 darlings from last season?
It's Week 1, and the same powerhouses fill up our writers' picks. There are some fringe teams crashing the party, however. How many SEC teams land in the top four? Which Pac-12 team enters the fray? All that and more in this week's playoff picks.
— After slogging through an uninspired first half, Texas A&M needed a spark to get going.
Expansion may not be happening any time soon, but that won't stop us from looking at the numbers behind a hypothetical 12-team field and the teams it most impacts.
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