Tigers, Tigers, burning bright, in the bayous of the night. Burrow and Lawrence will let it rip. Who will win the championship?
South Bend, IN
Brian Fremeau's Archive
Which victory was more impressive: LSU's 37-10 manhandling of Georgia in the SEC Championship Game, or Notre Dame's 52-20 destruction of Navy in November? Brian Fremeau looks at several different methods of single-game dominance and what it can tell us about a team's season.
Between Clemson, Ohio State, and LSU, Brian Fremeau points out that this year's playoff field is the deepest we have seen in the last half-decade.
Bo Nix and the Auburn Tigers have played the toughest schedule in college football. South Carolina has played the toughest schedule in college football. Texas A&M has played the toughest schedule in college football. These are all true statements, depending on how you measure schedule strength. Brian Fremeau explains.
The Oklahoma Sooners are 10-1, but they have had to dig themselves out of some big holes early in games to get there. Brian Fremeau asks how that will affect their chances of making the playoff.
Playoff, schmayoff. The real debate is which is the worst team, UMass or Akron -- and whether they'll be the worst team in the last decade-plus.
Thanks in part to Terrace Marshall's touchdown in the second quarter, the LSU Tigers led Alabama 33-13 at halftime. Does that say more about the performance of the two teams than Alabama's frantic near-comeback in the second half?
The Oregon Ducks gained about as many yards as the USC Trojans last weekend, but still came away with a blowout 56-24 win. Brian Fremeau explains why that game was closer than you think, and why we should take return touchdowns with a grain of salt.
Oregon opened its season with a loss to Auburn. Led by Isaac Slade-Matautia and a stout defense, they haven't lost since. Brian Fremeau looks at the Ducks and other teams that have overcome early setbacks to fight their way into the playoff picture.
None of the nation's undefeated teams has played a difficult schedule yet. Things will get more strenuous for all of them, but especially for Sean Clifford and Penn State, who must face two other unbeatens in Ohio State and Minnesota.