Folks, we have weekly updated and explained bowl projections by Jason Kirk. Let's also talk about national titles, somehow one of the murkiest subjects in college football history. It usually makes sense these days, though. Usually.
The 2015 Sugar Bowl changed things, and not just in ‘The Heart of the South.’
For no reason at all, let’s imagine a September-less CFB season.
A century ago, Cal showed everyone else how to have a stress-free good time.
The Big Ten’s skepticism about bowl games shifted a ton of history.
Which team that hasn’t won a natty in a long time will rejoin the circle next? Could we even see a brand-new Playoff champ?
Betting on any team outside the top handful to win the national title? At absolute best, that’s playing roulette.
The football can’t get better than it was in 2019, but think bigger.
Juggernauts rarely nose-dive the next year. Here’s how it’s happened in the most extreme cases.
Nick Saban’s losses don’t have many common traits. Here’s one.
And the voodoo trend all the way back to the 1930s, kind of.
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"Best college football team ever" can mean so many different things.
Below are bowl/playoff scores and schedules, sure. More importantly, we have 44 pieces of wacky college football history throughout.
And yeah, a Power 5 champ can likely make the Playoff despite a terrible loss.
Stop trying to be the NFL.
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.
The Tide co-starred in most of the decade’s biggest moments.
Or at the very least, far more college football.
Here’s how old they were the last time your team won something big.
Two teams in your conference can play a 13th game against each other. Spend it more wisely.
Every few years, we get a game of the century. Let’s codify that a little bit and see which GAMES OF THE CENTURY are truly OF THE CENTURY.
Don’t pay too much attention to weekly fluctuation. Instead, look at how this week fits into a decades-long history.
Inches separated Louisville from the Tigers’ 2016 ACC Atlantic title. Those inches changed the sport, possibly for years to come.
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.