Coming off their fifth national championship in the last nine years, the Alabama Crimson Tide enter 2018 as the favorites to win it all again.
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Another year, another Alabama championship. Is it a good thing for the sport of college football that one program is so dominant over its competition?
The final numbers are in, and they say that Alabama was a better team than Ohio State this year -- but neither team should have been ranked ahead of Auburn.
With Baker Mayfield closing in on a Heisman Trophy, Brian Fremeau puts the accomplishments of Oklahoma's quarterback and the rest of the Sooners offense into perspective. (Spoiler: They're really, really good.)
Auburn's Daniel Carlson was named as a Groza Award finalist this week, but did the committee do a fair job of finding the best placekickers in the country?
Between Notre Dame-Miami, Georgia-Auburn, and Ohio State-Iowa, we're seeing more top-ranked teams suffer blowouts than we have in a long time.
Sheldrick Redwine and the Miami Hurricanes are undefeated this season -- but that doesn't mean they have been dominating opponents the way Alabama has.
Coming off a bye week, the Alabama Crimson Tide somehow nosedive in the FEI ratings. Brian Fremeau explains that the Tide have been blowing out cupcakes all year, but things are about to get a lot more difficult.
TCU blasted Kansas 43-0 on Saturday -- so why did they drop three spots in the ratings this week?