Folks, we have weekly updated and explained bowl projections by Jason Kirk. We'll also look at the College Football Playoff (and FCS playoffs and others, from time to time) with a little broader view than breathless horse race coverage.
Let’s see if the Playoff has fixed the flaws of its much-derided predecessor.
Good luck with that system you built for normal seasons, voters!
Here’s an idea that wouldn’t backfire: tying postseason eligibility to a school’s medical research success.
For no reason at all, let’s imagine a September-less CFB season.
We asked the internet to make five-person teams of people who share birthdays. Then we asked the internet to vote on these teams.
Oklahoma punted on a chance to beat Georgia in the Rose Bowl. Let’s consider how the world might’ve been different.
Clemson’s careful about when they ask the quarterback to run, but it’s still a powerful card in their deck.
Each week or so, The Top Whatever ranks all the college football things that must be ranked. This edition ranks the entire 2019 season’s postseason.
Your periodic journey through the most infuriated sectors of the college football internet visits an old friend.
Or at the very least, far more college football.
Conference ties are a pain. Merely getting rid of them is not enough.
Season after season, the Buckeyes end up right in the middle of the CFP debate.
The ESPN show will remain three hours long regardless, so we might as well have some more fun with it.
The best way to expand the Playoff is to let it absorb something else college football went a long time without.
The committee’s rankings release every Tuesday in the latter half of the season.
It probably doesn’t, but here are two charts to check just in case.
The four-team era introduced a new early-season pastime: circling like vultures over the likeliest power conference to miss out.
Check the numbers.
The only thing that’s new: we now have a setup that ensures they meet.
When the Irish get to New Year’s Six-caliber games, they lose.
We’ll probably add more games and rounds soon, but college football will always find ways to infuriate people.
These Nobodies never actually got the chance to compete for titles, but if they did beat a Somebody, there was always an excuse.