Baylor and Georgia will meet in the Sugar Bowl; Virginia and Florida face off in the Orange Bowl; Oregon will see Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl; Memphis will clash with Penn State in the Cotton Bowl.
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- New Year's 6 set; Michigan-Bama in Citrus Bowl
- Tua: Tough to pass on draft if top 10-15 pick
- Utes, Sooners up a spot as CFP top 4 unchanged
- Tua will lean on family as he ponders NFL draft
The College Football Playoff will crown its next champion in New Orleans. Take a look at the rest of the 2019-20 CFP and bowl schedule.
It's College Football Playoff and bowl season. Here's how SP+ sees everyone stacking up heading into the postseason.
See how our experts envision the entire bowl schedule with the final selections so close to being announced.
Three teams remain undefeated, but the Tigers make the best case for being No. 1.
Alabama has Mac Jones and Taulia Tagovailoa for 2020, but No. 24 prospect Bryce Young is confident he can be the heir to Tua Tagovailoa.
With multiple first-round talents, this is the deepest and most talented wide receiver class since 2014.
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said Thursday that if he were viewed as a top-10 or top-15 pick, it would be tough to pass up the NFL draft.
With less than a week to go until the final selections are made, see how our experts envision the entire bowl schedule playing out.
With the top four sports unchanged, Utah moved to No. 5 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings, with Oklahoma moving to No. 6 and Baylor gaining two spots to No. 7.
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, still recovering from hip surgery as the Crimson Tide eye bowl season, is looking at the NFL draft as a "business decision" that his family will have a say in.
Bomani weighs in on why there's historical precedence at Alabama for coaches being on the hotseat despite legendary success in regards to Nick Saban as well as the situation for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan (0:40). Why Josh Shaw seems to have no idea when to lie and when to tell the truth (14:27) and Bo thinks the NBA needs to switch things up if they want to boost their TV ratings (26:17). Plus, an IYHH with robot dogs (38:03) and your Thanksgiving stories (50:11).
Times sure have changed since September, when Alabama looked to once again be the class of the SEC.
LSU's star QB continues to break records and holds a big lead over Justin Fields in our latest rankings.
Kevin Negandhi and Kirk Herbstreit kick off the podcast by talking about College GameDay's first trip to Minnesota, Wisconsin's Big Ten West clinching victory, a classic Iron Bowl (8:27), Auburn fans wanting Gus Malzahn fired early in the season and whether Nick Saban will make changes to his defensive staff. Then, the guys get into Ohio State's two-decades long domination of Michigan (22:49), the Wolverines' conundrum and Jim Harbaugh needing to close the talent gap. Next, Kevin and Herbie discuss Dabo Swinney's postgame rant (38:45), playoff scenarios going into championship weekend (51:11) and the already spinning coaching carousel.
Before losing star QB Tua Tagovailoa in Week 12, key defensive injuries in the preseason cost the Crimson Tide dearly.
The Wolverines are really good; their rival just happens to be really great. The Crimson Tide had so much go wrong and were still a few fluky plays from possibly making the CFP.