The top two of the College Football Playoff Rankings should remain the same when the top 25 is released Tuesday night. How will the No. 3 and 4 spots shake out? CBS Sports' Jerry Palm has the answer.
With two weeks left, five new teams entered the College Football Power Rankings on Monday. Plus, Michigan State and North Carolina made huge gains.
Reigning national champion Ohio State is knocked from the ranks of the undefeated. Where do the Buckeyes land in our weekly projected AP Top 25?
Welcome to Tuesdays with Jeff Long, where College Football Playoff chairman Jeff Long explains his committee's most recent rankings. This week: How Texas is impacting the futures of Notre Dame and Oklahoma
The third College Football Playoff Rankings for the 2015 season were released Tuesday night by the CFP Selection Committee. As always, the results will be highly debated.
Every Monday, Eye on College Football's Tom Fornelli looks back at 10 things that stood out to him over the college football weekend -- everything from the awesome to the just plain stupid. Mostly stupid.
Iowa is 10-0. C.J. Beathard is impressing Hawkeyes legends. Can this team shock the Big Ten and the nation, fulfilling its role as College Football Playoff spoiler?
The Pac-12's top two teams fell on Saturday, while the Big 12 looks to be down to the undefeated Cowboys and one-loss Sooners. Here's how the world of college football stands after Week 11.
Only one set of the College Football Playoff Rankings will matter this season, but that doesn't mean we can't discuss where the committee's going wrong.
A dull week? Forget that. College Football Rewind warps up another wild week that included a miraculous, lateral-filled return touchdown and major questions for the coaches of Georgia and Nebraska.

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