The national title picture came a little more into focus with Oregon falling (again) to Stanford. But there is still a lot that can happen as we enter the season's final month. Here's what we learned in Week 11 that could shake up the season.
It’s an intriguing week in college football. There are only three matchups between ranked teams, and seven of the Top 25 are on byes. But there are some big rivalry games and plenty of big names on upset alert. Here are some of the big questions this weekend:
This was one of the most exciting weeks of the season thus far, with plenty of big names in action and some exciting games that will have big impacts on the national title hunt. Here is what we learned in Week 5.
There were not a lot of marquee games on the slate this week (No. 5 Stanford's 42-28 win over No. 23 Arizona State was the only game between ranked teams). Still, there was some exciting action and some injury news that could impact the rest of the season. Here are some of the top stories from Week 4.
This season's "Game of the Century" is here, as No. 1 Alabama looks to avenge last season's loss against Johnny Football and No. 6 Texas A&M. While that's certainly the biggest game of the week, here is a look at that and some of the other story lines in Week 3:
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