We break down under-the-radar Power 5 conference title contenders that could impact the College Football Playoff.
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With starting QB Feleipe Franks out, can Kyle Trask and Florida give Georgia a run for its money? We rank every team in every Power 5 conference.
Jalen Hurts had another monster game in Week 3 for Oklahoma. See where the Sooners landed in our latest Top 25.
The new AP Top 25 poll is out, and here's what you need to know about each team in the rankings. How far did UCF rise after its big win over Stanford?
Wayne Taulapapa ran for two touchdowns, the second with 2:34 remaining, and No. 25 Virginia hung on, barely, to beat Florida State 31-24 on Saturday night.
The picks are in for a potential shootout between Houston and Washington State, the Pitt-Penn State and Iowa-Iowa State rivalry matchups, Florida-Kentucky and Virginia-Florida State.
LSU makes its move in the SEC, while Ohio State solidifies its spot atop the Big Ten, as we rank every team in every Power 5 conference.
USC is among three new teams to enter the AP Top 25, along with Maryland and Virginia, while LSU moves into the top five after beating Texas.
It's only Week 2, but there's already a good deal different about our top-25 lineup.
Bryce Perkins threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third and Virginia drubbed William & Mary 52-17 on Friday night.
Where does Auburn stand among the SEC's best after its comeback win over Oregon? We rank every team in every Power 5 conference.
Virginia looks ready to live up to the preseason hype.
ACC Network launches Thursday with approximately 450 live contests set to air annually. Here's your guide to make sure you catch all the biggest events this fall and beyond.
As the ACC Network launches, we present the best players in ACC football history since the league's inception in 1953.
Is there a Trevor Lawrence in this year's true freshman class? OK, probably not. But here are the first-year players who will stand out in 2019.
Clemson leads the way with four picks, followed by Alabama with three and LSU and Georgia with two each.
Half the fun of a player rankings list is the debate. So, who is ranked too high, who's too low and which unranked player should have made it?