The best of college football's latest weekend action and a recap of what the biggest Week 4 games mean for next week.
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Tua Tagovailoa passed for 293 yards and five touchdowns in just three quarters and No. 2 Alabama rolled to a 49-7 victory over Southern Miss on Saturday.
A handful of weeks into the 2019 season, we still don't know much about how the College Football Playoff race will eventually play out.
Bomani and Michael Felder of Stadium dive deeper into the problematic nature of Tim Tebow's First Take comments on amateurism (2:59), including the misconceptions about the physical toll of college football (9:20) and where "coaches over players" fits into the debate (16:11). Plus, the anomaly of UCF (20:38), Jalen Hurts looking good at OU (24:52), the evolution of Nick Saban (32:52), what is disappointing about Texas to him (41:46) and why you need to pay attention to Chuba Hubbard from Oklahoma State (49:56).
Alabama will be without defensive lineman LaBryan Ray for at least six weeks while he recovers from foot surgery. Freshman DL Antonio Alfano also is out, with Nick Saban saying he "basically quit" the team.
Is Trevor Lawrence struggling? Is Tua Tagovailoa even better? And why have Jalen Hurts and Justin Fields been so good so soon?
Lane Kiffin's one season in Knoxville was one of the wildest in recent memory. A decade later, those involved remember the highs, the lows and the unbelievable.
Todd McShay ranks the best 32 prospects in the NFL draft class through three weeks of the college football season.
Jalen Hurts, Tua Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow remain in the lead, but Justin Fields is gaining ground.
Alabama starting defensive end LaBryan Ray is out indefinitely with a foot injury, coach Nick Saban said on Monday.
Here's what the Allstate Playoff Predictor has to say about the CFP chase after three weeks of action.
What have we learned from the upsets, wild rivalries and all the usual twists and turns of the college football season? Here's what we know after three weeks.
The SEC appears to be a lock for at least one playoff team, maybe two. The Pac-12? Again, things don't look quite so rosy out West.
See how our experts adjusted their bowl lineups after the Week 3 schedule.