CollegeFootballPoll.com today announced its 11th annual College Football All-America team. 25 players are selected - one for each position on an 11-man offensive roster, an 11-man defensive roster, plus three special team members (kicker, punter, return specialist).
LSU is the definitive No. 1 team in the Congrove Computer Rankings, easily out-pointing Ohio State. Clemson finished 3rd in the rankings, despite having eliminated the Buckeyes from the Final Four. Alabama takes 4th.
What happens between Boise State and the Mountain West could have major college football realignment consequences.
LSU on Monday (January 13) defeated Clemson 42-25 in the College Football Playoff National Championship in New Orleans as Joe Burrow set the FBS record for most touchdown passes in a season.
In 2019, the Congrove Computer Rankings are celebrating its' 27th year of accurate picks and team rankings.
The rankings began with the 1993 season. CollegeFootballPoll.com launched 6 years later and will be celebrating its' 21st anniversary.
The 2019 Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America Team features LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr., who is playing in tonight's College Football Playoff National Championship at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, two other members of the FWAA All-America Team, and four teams which have two players each on the 32-man list.
LSU head coach Ed Oregron was named on Thursday (January 9) as the winner of the George Munger Award as the top collegiate head coach of 2019, presented by the Maxwell Football Club.
After two seasons away from football, former Arizona State coach Todd Graham is back in the game.
Mike Leach on Thursday (January 9) was announced as the new head football coach of Mississippi State.
Matt Rhule took over a Baylor program that went 1-11 in 2017 to 11-3 in 2019. That performance caught the attention of NFL teams and the one-time New York Giants assistant was hired on Tuesday as the new head coach of the Carolina Panthers.
The Maxwell Football Club and presenting partner Adidas today announced that Bryce Young, from Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana, Calif.) and Brian Bresee from Damascus High School (Damascus, Maryland) have been selected as the 2019 Maxwell Football Club Offensive and Defensive National High School Players of the Year, respectively.
The Prediction Tracker, which monitors more than 60 computer rating systems, shows the Congrove Computer Rankings (CCR) on CollegeFootballPoll.com had the best record for projecting outright winners in the second half of the 2018 season.
The CCR also had the most correct straight-up predictions in the second-half of 2014, and the best record against-the-spread for the entire 2016 campaign.
Confidence Points is a popular pick 'em game for college football fans that presents the dual challenge of picking the winners and assigning points to each pick.
Mississippi State has fired head coach Joe Moorehead.