Football Outsiders' weekly preview for people who like their football played on Saturdays
The competition heats up in Part II with multiple bowl match-ups between mid-major champions and Power 5 runner-ups.
The first batch of bowl games has a few exciting matchups and players (like San Diego State's 2,000-yard rusher Donnel Pumphrey) that should make for fun watching over the holidays.
The College Football Playoff selection committee will have to keep a close eye on these games with tournament spots, bowl games, and conference championships at stake.
It's Rivalry Week in college football! Michigan at Ohio State is the headliner amid a slate of multiple fun matchups with big implications for the conference races and playoff picture.
The Thursday night showdown between Louisville and Houston highlights a Week 12 with multiple conference-deciding matchups.
The week's biggest game this weekend? It could be Sam Darnold and USC against Washington in what might be a Pac-12 championship preview.
Syracuse-Clemson, Florida-Arkansas, Nebraska-Ohio State, Alabama-LSU, and Washington-Cal are some of the biggest games this weekend as we hit the home stretch of the regular season.
The Michigan Wolverines are out for revenge -- and looking to keep their playoff hopes alive -- when they face Michigan State in one of the week's biggest games.
Jalen Hurts and Alabama square off against Trevor Knight and Texas A&M in the biggest game of the weekend.
Joshua Dobbs' attempt to lead Tennessee to an upset of Alabama highlights Saturday's action.