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.
Dennis Dodd and Tom Fornelli join Chip Patterson on the SEC on CBS Podcast to recap Les Miles winning his job back at LSU, Georgia firing Mark Richt and more.
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.
There's just one more weekend until the College Football Playoff field is set. Here's your rundown of Vegas lines for the biggest games of the year.
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.
In hiring Clay Helton, USC went boring and safe, which is probably exactly what the Trojans need. Chip Kelly wasn't coming to California, and it's unlikely he's going to return to college either.
Former USC coach Pete Carroll is a fan of USC's decision to name Clay Helton coach.

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