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.
This hasn't been a banner year for quarterbacks in college football, especially in the SEC. But a quarterback who has really impressed recently is Arkansas' Brandon Allen, who has gone from draft afterthought to possible draft pick.
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.
Clemson, Alabama, Iowa, Oklahoma and Notre Dame rank in the top five of the CBS Sports 128 college football rankings.
With two weeks left, five new teams entered the College Football Power Rankings on Monday. Plus, Michigan State and North Carolina made huge gains.
A weekend of upsets has the College Football Playoff and bowl projections churning.
Ohio State and Oklahoma State lost for the first time this season, leading to a shake up at the top of the Coaches Poll college football rankings.
Dan Mullen, who once coached Tim Tebow and Alex Smith, had some more-than-kind words for his current quarterback at Mississippi State.

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