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.
Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma, Iowa and Michigan State round out the top five in the CBS Sports' latest ranking of all 128 college football teams.
With the wound still fresh from Florida State's Block Six against Georgia Tech, the Seminoles reached out to the Browns to ease the burden and share their pain.
Keep track of who's in and out of the postseason with CBS Sports' 2015 college football bowl eligibility tracker.
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.
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.
With just 16 regular-season games remaining, the picture is as clear as one could hope when it comes to the College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowl games. Here are Jerry Palm's latest bowl projections.
Oklahoma jumped Iowa to get into the No. 3 spot in the latest AP Top 25
Virginia Cavaliers coach Mike London has resigned after a 4-8 season.
LSU athletic director Joe Alleva's spectacular miscalculation left the Tigers and their popular coach, Les Miles, embarrassed. Where does LSU go from here?

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