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The finalists have been announced for multiple awards. Here is the complete list, along with the selection of collegefootballpoll.com's Dave Congrove.
Every conference championship game matchup is set, including the Mountain West after computers determined it will be Boise State vs. UNLV.
Fresno State coach Jeff Tedford is stepping away from his duties and will miss the team's upcoming bowl game because of health issues.
The 2023 college football season is just about over, and 2024 promises to be a year of dynamic change and excitement.
In 2023, the Congrove Computer Rankings are celebrating the 31st 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' 25th year on the internet.
Ten conference championship games are on deck, and all are worthy of your viewing attention.
After a long season, college football's Championship Weekend is finally here. As the nation's top teams compete for conference supremacy, fans impatiently wait to see how the title games will influence the coveted College Football Playoff (CFP).
Florida State quarterback Tate Rodemaker, who started the team's final regular-season game, will be a game-day decision for Saturday's ACC championship game.
It isn’t uncommon for playoff-contending NFL teams to find talent late in the draft. Here are some college players that deserve to be picked by a contender.
Arizona QB Noah Fafita, Tennessee QB Joe Milton III, and California OLB David Reese among those honored this week.
The past weekend saw the number of undefeated teams decrease from six to five with Ohio State's loss to Michigan and the Buckeyes paid a hefty price, tumbling four spots from 2nd to 6th.
ESPN's FPI has NEVER beaten CollegeFootballPoll.com's Congrove Computer Rankings for accurate picks against the spread.
The independent Prediction Tracker website shows the CCR beat the FPI by 28 games in 2021 and had the 3rd-most wins against the spread among the 54 computer rating systems measured. Additionally, the CCR had the most straight-up winners of all systems in the second half of the 2018 and 2014 seasons, and the best record against-the-spread for the entire 2016 campaign.
This is the third time the Wildcats (7-5) have earned this honor from the FWAA and the first since Sept. 10, 2018, when Kentucky broke its 31-game losing streak to Florida.
Michigan used a tough defense and two Blake Corum touchdowns to beat rival Ohio State, 30-24 and move up to No. 2 in this week's AFCA Poll. Georgia remains No. 1.