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Week of Dec 12 Preview

This will be the last week before conference championship games (though there will still be plenty of regular season games taking place next week). There are a lot of cancelations in the top 25 this week and I probably don’t

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Week of Dec 5 Preview

We have made it to December. There were a couple upsets last week, but none that impacted the CFP. The big news of last week was Sarah Fuller having the chance to make history as the first woman to play

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Week of Nov 21 Preview

Last week was extremely tame in terms of college football. SMU was the only ranked team to fall, and they lost to a really scrappy Tulsa team (who pulled off another super scrappy win on Thursday). USC was able to

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Week of Nov 14 Preview

This week has been a tough one for college football. Fourteen games have been postponed or canceled because of the coronavirus. The SEC alone had four games postponed. Even if every game had been played, there are no games that

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2019 Conference Championship Preview

The regular season is over. This is the last chance for teams to make it into the Playoff. There are about four teams looking to get that 4-seed: Georgia, Oklahoma, Utah and Baylor. There are also four Group of 5

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2019 Week 14 Preview

We are now in the final regular season week of college football. The only big upset of last week was Arizona State beating Oregon. There are still seven spots open in the conference championships, so there is still a ton

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2019 Week 11 Preview

We had some good games las weekend. Georgia beat Florida in the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party and Memphis handed SMU their first loss of the season in the most exciting game of the day. Georgia Southern also ended Appalachian

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CFP Top 25

Final Rankings

1. Alabama
2. Clemson
3. Ohio State
4. Notre Dame

5. Texas A&M
6. Oklahoma
7. Florida
8. Cincinnati
9. Georgia
10. Iowa State
11. Indiana
12. Coastal Carolina
13. North Carolina
14. Northwestern
15. Iowa
16. BYU
17. USC
18. Miami
19. Louisiana
20. Texas
21. Oklahoma State
22. San Jose State
23. NC State
24. Tulsa
*25. Oregon

Dropped Out: 25Colorado

AP Top 25

1. Alabama (11-0)
2. Clemson (10-1,8-1)
3. Ohio State (6-0)
4. Notre Dame (10-1,9-0) (ACC this year)
5. Texas A&M (8-1)
6. Cincinnati (9-0,6-0)
7. Indiana (6-1)
8. Oklahoma (8-2,6-2)
9. Coastal Carolina (11-0,8-0)
10. Florida (8-3)
11. Georgia (7-2)
12. Iowa State (8-3,8-1)
13. BYU (10-1)
14. North Carolina (8-3,7-3)
15. Northwestern (6-2)
16. Louisiana (9-1,7-1)
17. Iowa (6-2)
18. Miami (8-2,7-2)
19. San Jose State (7-0)
20. Texas (6-3,5-3)
21. USC (5-1)
22. Tulsa (6-2,6-0)
23. Liberty (9-1)
24. NC State (8-3,7-3)
*25. Oregon (4-2)

Dropped Out: 23Buffalo (5-1)

*New Team

**All teams now eligible for AP Poll. All 10 FBS conferences have committed to playing football this fall

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