College football power ratings and analysis
Turnovers and the sequence of events that follow have had a major impact on key games in the last few weeks.
Florida State is definitely not the best first-half team in the country, but they have been spectacular in comebacks this season.
While most of the nation is concerned about one-loss teams, Brian Fremeau explains why the USC Trojans are the nation's best three-loss team.
Brian Fremeau explains why his rating system remains unimpressed with Texas A&M.
Another chaotic week of college football drastically shuffles the FEI rankings, revealing that the nation's best team might not play in Mississippi after all.
The upsets of last weekend were almost literally impossible both in number and magnitude. And as a result, there's a stunning new team atop the FEI ratings.
Florida State still looks good according to FEI, but they'll have to start dominating soon to stay on top.
It's too early to tell how some of our preseason projections will fare, but we know we were wrong about East Carolina.
Georgia had a significant field-position and turnover-value advantage over South Carolina, but couldn't convert with the game on the line.
How unique was Stanford's inability to finish drives against USC last weekend? And is it a problem that can be fixed?