Welcome to Tuesdays with Jeff Long, where the College Football Playoff chairman explains his committee's most recent rankings. This week: Why North Carolina is ranked so low and Clemson is No. 1 over Alabama.
The newest College Football Playoff Rankings are out. So what did the committee get right, and what did it get wrong? Also, what do we make of North Carolina?
Tuesday marked 2015's penultimate College Football Playoff Rankings, and all was calm with the top four in place. But those on the outside looking in saw a shakeup that could resonate on Saturday.
The SEC's reign of dominance is officially over, and it's the Big Ten back in the saddle with three teams -- Iowa, Michigan State and Ohio State -- in the top six of Tuesday night's predicted College Football Playoff Rankings.
Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma, Iowa and Michigan State round out the top five in the CBS Sports' latest ranking of all 128 college football teams.
Keep track of who's in and out of the postseason with CBS Sports' 2015 college football bowl eligibility tracker.
Where does Stanford stand after its takedown of Notre Dame? How does the top four fall with the College Football Playoff Rankings nearing completion? Dennis Dodd has those answers in his Power Rankings.
With just 16 regular-season games remaining, the picture is as clear as one could hope when it comes to the College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowl games. Here are Jerry Palm's latest bowl projections.
With 40 bowl games and 80 spots, some teams without winning -- or .500 -- records are bound to play in the postseason ... unless some bowls go dark and don't get played at all.
Oklahoma jumped Iowa to get into the No. 3 spot in the latest AP Top 25

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