In many ways, the National Championship game looked like many of Alabama's wins. In other ways it was like no game they had ever played before.
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Will two excellent defenses dominate in the College Football Playoff Championship game? Or will it turn into a shootout like we saw between the same schools last year?
The College Football Playoff has only been around for three years, and this year's field is the best so far.
Looking back at FEI's preseason projections, we find that most teams did about what they were supposed to do -- but not in the Big Ten, where things got screwy.
Navy’s offense in November was absurd, and the Midshipmen have the potential to finish the season with the best offensive efficiency metrics ever. Seriously.
The College Football Playoff selection committee will be paying close attention to which teams make the most of rivalry week and conference championship week, but which teams have already had the best performances to date?
Will the best four teams ultimately play for the championship, or will the College Football Playoff selection committee favor the teams with the best résumés? What will matter most in the end?
What effect did last week's upsets have on the FEI rankings? Not much at all -- especially not at the very top.
Three of the top four teams in the country suffered their first losses of the season this weekend, and that shook up the playoff picture and opened the door for several one-loss teams to make a run into the postseason. Our countdown of the undefeated and one-loss teams with the best chances to win out was shaken up as well, except for the very top of the list.
Ten years ago, Michigan and Ohio State were on a collision course for a regular season finale with massive postseason implications, and the FEI ratings were published here for the first time.