There will be some familiar faces in new places -- and new names as well -- who will make an immediate impact in the 2022 college football season.
From the College Football Playoff to the Rose Bowl to the Myrtle Beach Bowl, here is the 2021 All-Bowl Team using PFF's advanced metrics.
- No. 4 Cincinnati wins AAC, completes CFP case
- AAC willing to let departing teams go before 2024
- Big 12 gives OK to BYU, Cincinnati, Houston, UCF
- Sources: Big 12 set to receive four applications
With the 2021 season behind us already, it's time to start breaking down what 2022 has in store.
Our staff breaks down the entire bowl season with analysis from every game.
From postgame celebrations to the best on-field moments, follow along for the highlights of bowl season.
Bowl season is upon us. Here's what you need to know about every game, through the College Football Playoff.
— Clayton Tune and the Houston Cougars punctuated an impressive season with a win in Southeastern Conference country.
Jordan D. Hill joins the show to talk about Auburn football
Here's how Northern Illinois and five other teams -- Michigan, Baylor, Utah State, Michigan State and Houston -- dramatically changed their trajectories in 2021.
National signing day means many top college football recruits will commit. In turn, there will be significant movement in the class rankings.
Alabama's no-doubt win against Georgia puts both SEC teams in the playoff, along with Michigan and Cincinnati. The only question remaining is the order of the top four.
Tyler Scott and No. 4 Cincinnati scored early and often against Houston in the AAC title game Saturday, as the Bearcats completed a perfect season, wrapped up a league crown and closed their case for an elusive berth into the College Football Playoff.
— Jerome Ford rushed for 187 yards and two touchdowns, Desmond Ridder threw three touchdown passes and No. 3 Cincinnati broke open a close game in the third quarter and rolled past No. 16 Houston 35-20 in the American Athletic Conference championship...
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.
College football's conference championship games will finally bring clarity to a chaotic season. Here's everything you need to know.
With conference championship week here, it's time to see how all the varying results would impact the College Football Playoff picture.
Conference championship week is finally here, and spots in the College Football Playoff are on the line across the country.
The last playoff ranking before Selection Day didn't reveal many surprises and is far from final. Instead, the CFP top four will be determined on the field this weekend.
With help from the Allstate Playoff Predictor, you can pick the winners of each conference championship game and see how the top four could play out.
On the final regular-season weekend in college football, the internet trolls were active, especially since it's Rivalry Week.
— After taking care of business in New England, Houston coach Dana Holgorsen decided to channel Bill Belichick, happy that his team can finally switch its focus to next weekend's American Athletic Conference championship game.
From Oregon's stunning loss hurting the Pac-12's CFP chances to star wide receivers showing out, we break down Week 12.
With the release of the latest AP college football poll, here's what is up next for each team in the new rankings.
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