Jerry Palm

CBS Sports Senior Writer /

Ranking 2017 college football nonconference strength of schedule

Our bowls expert looks at the toughest -- and weakest -- nonconference schedules in the nation

2017-18 college football bowl projections: Preseason calls for each of the games

Jerry Palm projects how the 2017-18 college football bowls will fill out ahead of the season

Too early for Bracketology? Don't be ridiculous and enjoy end-of-July Madness

Some familiar names dot the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds as Jerry Palm fills out his NCAA Tournament bracket

2017 NCAA Tournament Bracket: Grading out the selection committee

From seeds to snubs, Jerry Palm reacts to the 2017 Bracket

Bracketology: We're locked, with slight changes after Michigan, SMU victories

With the conclusion of the Big Ten and American conference tournaments, it's a done deal

NCAA Tournament Bubble Watch: Who will be sweating it out on Selection Sunday

Rhode Island won the A-10 tourney and doesn't have to worry, but here's who should be nervous

Bracketology: Selection Sunday upsets could result in late shake-ups to field

The bracket is almost set, but plenty can happen in Sunday's title games to change the picture

Bracketology: Duke now projects to be first eight-loss team to earn a No. 1 seed

The Blue Devils stepped up at the right time, winning four games in four days to take the ACC Tournament crown

Bracketology: Oregon jumps to a No. 1 seed and Duke could too, if it beats Notre Dame

The NCAA may have tipped its hand about who could be a No. 1 seed

Bracketology Bubble Watch: Vanderbilt has to make history, Nevada earns auto bid

No team with 15 losses has ever earned an at-large, but Vandy does have a legit case

Bracketology: UCLA drops to 3 seed; Vanderbilt replaces Cal in bracket

UCLA fails to reach the Pac-12 final; its strength of schedule should relegate it out of a 2 seed

Bracketology: UNC still 1-seed for now, Pac-12 champ lurking, Duke eyeing 2-line

Meanwhile, the Big Ten could put seven in the Dance but get shut out of Sweet 16

Bracketology Bubble Watch: Kansas State on fence, Cal likely looking at NIT

K-State went to the wire, but fell to West Virginia in the Big 12 semis and will now have to sweat it out

Bracketology: With Duke-UNC, Arizona-UCLA on tap, more movement coming

Big-time semifinals in the ACC and Pac-12 are two spots to watch for shifting in the field of 68

Bracketology: Kansas still a No. 1 seed after loss, but Villanova is new overall top seed

There's a change at the top of the latest projected bracket

Jerry Palm started writing about sports on the Internet right after Al Gore invented it. He was the first to bring RPI out in the open and is one of the pioneers of predicting the March Madness bracket. After tracking it for more than 20 years, he understands the NCAA Tournament selection process as well as those involved in setting the bracket. When the BCS was created in 1998, Jerry brought his same statistical and analytical know-how to football. That has continued with the BCS's evolution into the College Football Playoff.