Monday's College Football Playoff National Championship left no doubt as to who was No. 1. Here's the rest of our top 25 to close the season.
Which players will emerge as stars for the nation's top teams next season? It's never too early to start speculating.
- RB Stepp transfers to Huskers as Mills departs
- Alabama (+300) CFP title favorite for next season
- Stoops, Romo among 2021 college HOF class
- USC lands No. 3 overall recruit, DE Foreman
Running back Markese Stepp announced Tuesday he is transferring to Nebraska from USC, strengthening an area of need following the departures of Dedrick Mills and Wan'Dale Robinson.
Will we see heavyweights such as Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State fall back in 2021? Can programs such as Georgia, North Carolina and Texas A&M close the gap in their conferences? We break it down in our Way Too Early Top 25.
Alabama has been installed as a +300 favorite by Caesars Sportsbook to win next season's College Football National Championship. Clemson is next at +400, followed by Ohio State and Oklahoma at +750 each.
Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer of USC, Clemson running back C.J. Spiller and Eastern Illinois star Tony Romo headline the 2021 College Football Hall of Fame class announced Monday.
USC, Maryland, Clemson and Nebraska were among the teams to move up in the recruiting class rankings, while Auburn and Florida State fell.
The best players, moments and eye-popping stats from the college football season.
Who has the best shot at bringing home the Heisman next season? Here's an early breakdown of the players you'll likely hear a lot of come fall.
Alabama will likely have three of the top five finishers in the Heisman voting. Mac Jones, DeVonta Smith and Najee Harris join an elite company of teammates competing against each other for college football's top prize.
Five-star defensive end Korey Foreman committed to USC, leading a group of six ESPN 300 prospects announcing commitments to various football programs on Saturday.
Arizona has a high number of college football starting quarterbacks per capita, and two will be on display when the state hosts the Fiesta Bowl, featuring Iowa State's Brock Purdy and Oregon's Tyler Shough.
Steve Sarkisian was fired from USC in disgrace in 2015. Five years later, he leads the most potent offensive attack in college football -- and carries a reformed reputation.
Two of USC's key defensive starters, defensive lineman Marlon Tuipulotu and cornerback Olaijah Griffin, announced Friday that they are headed to the NFL draft.
USC offensive lineman Alijah Vera-Tucker is headed to the NFL draft.
Heisman Trophy finalists Mac Jones and DeVonta Smith are among six Alabama players on the AP's All-America team.
While Notre Dame moved up in the 2021 recruiting class rankings, Alabama made a big move by landing one of the top running back prospects.
Of the 26 college football All-Americans in 2020, only one of them was a repeat selection from last season.
Which teams were the movers and shakers in this week's college football conference power rankings? Our reporters weigh in on the Power 5 and more as the regular season draws to a close.
The Allstate Playoff Predictor breaks down which teams have the best chance to make this season's College Football Playoff.
Conference championship week was always going to shake up the Power Rankings. How far will Notre Dame fall after a big loss? How high will Cincinnati climb after an undefeated season? And what about Coastal Carolina?
Conference champions have been crowned and the argument around the College Football Playoff picture intensifies. From celebrating classic video games to breaking down the big games, here is the best of Week 16.
With the conference championships in the books, where will each team land in the College Football Playoff and remaining bowl games? We make our final projections leading into Selection Day.
After being upset by Oregon in the Pac-12 championship game on Friday, USC elected to opt out of bowl season and focus on 2021.
— Oregon didn't win its Pac-12 division, and it only got into the championship game because Washington had to drop out. The Ducks hadn't won a game in nearly a month before they took the Coliseum field Friday night.