How does the firing of Clay Helton impact USC in recruiting? Which schools will Arch Manning be visiting this fall? We break it all down.
- Arkansas fined $100K for fans storming field
- Arkansas' Pittman: Players in portal won't return
- Ex-Ark. DL Bequette making bid for Senate seat
- Source: LSU to hire Arkansas' Davis as OL coach
Texas leapt Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Ohio State to climb within the top five, while Stanford and South Carolina also rose.
We break down Week 2 of the college football season, from the QB situations at Florida and Georgia to the Big 12 race.
Michigan won and Ohio State lost in Week 2, so the Wolverines have a shot, right? So, will Iowa have a shot at the CFP? And can Texas really survive a move to the SEC?! Our overreaction guru Mark Schlabach squashes dreams and speaks truth after Week 2.
Arkansas was fined $100,000 by the SEC on Monday after Razorbacks fans stormed the field on Saturday.
With the AP poll coming out, here's what is next up for each team in the new rankings.
How does Oregon's win over Ohio State impact the weekly Power Rankings? What about Iowa's big rivalry win? And close calls for Notre Dame and Texas A&M? All that and more in this week's Power Rankings.
— Texas hasn’t considered Arkansas to be a rival for a long time. Judging by the goal posts coming down Saturday night and with the Longhorns set to join the Southeastern Conference soon, that won’t last.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 2.
— Arkansas must not have enjoyed the boos inside its own stadium.
FiveThirtyEight: Nick Saban And Alabama Have Dominated The SEC. But Who Have The Tide Rolled The Most?
Nick Saban's arrival at Alabama ahead of the 2007 season was a seismic college football event.
Oregon jumped into the top five while Oklahoma fell after another decommitment, but Penn State stays at No. 1.
Which players will be the best this upcoming season? Our staff voted, and here's how it broke down, starting with Oklahoma QB Spencer Rattler at the top.