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.
Rutgers has reportedly fired both its athletic director Julie Hermann and coach Kyle Flood.
LSU athletic director Joe Alleva's spectacular miscalculation left the Tigers and their popular coach, Les Miles, embarrassed. Where does LSU go from here?
Rivalry Week began in a major way Friday with Baylor knocking off TCU and putting the Big 12's playoff hopes on the state of Oklahoma. That and more in a special edition of College Football Rewind.
Iowa beat Nebraska 28-20 to finish the regular season 12-0, and leave itself one win away from a playoff berth.
Every week CBSSports college football writer Tom Fornelli shares his reactions to the College Football Playoff Rankings.
The fourth 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.
With the newest set of College Football Playoff Rankings out, let's look at which games this weekend will have the biggest impact on the playoff race.
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 40 bowls and 80 slots to fill, the NCAA may not have enough teams with records of .500 or better to fill every game. The organization has been meeting to determine the best way to do exactly that.

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