The AP Top 25 rankings coming out of championship weekend saw some big changes. College Football Playoff rankings are today’s biggest story, but traditional media members voted for their own best teams. Georgia and Michigan reign supreme after undefeated seasons. TCU and USC take hits due to losses in their championship games.
None of the top Heisman Trophy contenders sprinted toward the finish line. Injuries caused Blake Corum and Hendon Hooker to halt their Heisman cases early, and other top quarterbacks suffered key late losses. That led Robert Griffin III to praise Stetson Bennett, who guided Georgia to an SEC championship with...
With 13 victories in 13 games this season, the Georgia Bulldogs passed every test they faced before the start of the College Football Playoff. Thanks to that success, it was no surprise Sunday when the Bulldogs got top billing in this year’s playoff. The College Football Playoff committee announced...
The College Football Playoff is officially set, as the Ohio State Buckeyes snuck back into the top four, joining the Georgia Bulldogs, Michigan Wolverines and TCU Horned Frogs. The Bulldogs landed at number 1, with Michigan at two, TCU at three and Ohio State landing at four. Clearly, the College...
Texas A&M analyst Nick Williams is leaving Aggieland to become an on the field coach for the Colorado Buffaloes per 247 Sports' Steve Wiltfong as he will become defensive line coach for new head coach Deion Sanders. Gigem 247 noted on Friday that an A&M staffer would be leaving the program and that in all likelihood it would be Williams.
The College Football Playoff Selection Committee will release its final rankings on Sunday, but the updated rankings from the AP Top 25 mark the penultimate edition of the rankings that will get one last refresh after the bowl season. With the regular season and conference championship games fully in the books, the AP voters have declared Georgia to be the near-unanimous No. 1 team in college football.
Georgia, Michigan, TCU and Ohio State were chosen Sunday to play in the College Football Playoff, giving the Big Ten multiple teams in the four-team field for the first time. The defending national champion and top-ranked Bulldogs and fourth-seeded Buckeyes will meet Dec. 31 at the Peach Bowl in Atlanta. The second-seeded Wolverines and third-ranked Horned Frogs, the lone first-timer in the final four, will play at the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Arizona, the same day.
College basketball rankings: Undefeated Mississippi State cracks the top 10 of the updated Top 25 And 1
Mississippi State remains unranked in the Associated Press Top 25 poll — but probably not for much longer. The Bulldogs should enter those rankings Monday considering they're now 8-0 with two wins over top-50 KenPom.com teams under first-year coach Chris Jans. How high will MSU be?. Not sure. But,...
The votes for the last USA TODAY Sports AFCA college football coaches poll are in. Georgia and Michigan stay at the top. Ohio State jumps TCU for third.
The Buckeyes and Bulldogs will meet for just the second time ever with a trip to the national championship on the line.
By Christian Potts | Photos/Video by Michael Kinney EDMOND - Two times, the fans, players and coaches inside Chad Richison Stadium held their collective breath as they watched the football tumble through the air, the Class 4A state championship hanging in the balance. First, a tipped ball led ...
The Georgia Bulldogs are the top team in the College Football Playoff rankings, released on Sunday. The Bulldogs will play in Atlanta in the Peach Bowl. Michigan finished undefeated and comes in second in the final rankings. The Wolverines will play TCU in the Fiesta Bowl. The third and fourth...
The Bearcats face the Bulldogs at noon ET on Sunday.
ESPN’s panel of college football experts has updated their ballots of College Football Playoff predictions. Coming out of Championship Weekend, ESPN’s panel finally has a consensus across the board. Only four teams were featured on the 13 ballots with every analyst agreeing on the major items. Across the...
No. 1 Georgia will face No. 4 Ohio State, while No. 2 Michigan meets No. 3 TCU in the College Football Playoff semifinals to be played on New Year's Eve. The Bulldogs' blockbuster matchup against the Buckeyes will be in the Peach Bowl played in Atlanta, a de facto home game for Georgia. The Fiesta Bowl in Arizona will be significantly closer to TCU than Michigan, but the Wolverines fan base travels as well as any in the sport.
With the regular season at an end, Georgia sits in the No. 1 ranking for the final AP Poll. Georgia moved to 13-0 with its 50-30 win over LSU on Saturday. It is the first time in program history that Georgia is 13-0 in a season. The Bulldogs are one of two unbeaten teams remaining, as Michigan also went 13-0. The Wolverines beat Purdue on Saturday to win the Big Ten.
As Georgia enters the College Football Playoff semifinal against Ohio State in Atlanta, the Bulldogs have won 27 of their last 28 games.