Here's what the College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowl games would look like based on Tuesday's rankings.
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AAC commissioner Mike Aresco is upset over what he calls a "double standard" in the College Football Playoff rankings, saying his conference "has been undervalued and disrespected since the CFP began."
- AAC commish: 'Double standard' in CFP rankings
- LSU atop CFP again; Alabama stays at No. 5
- LSU atop CFP; Georgia beats out Bama for No. 4
- SMU star receiver Roberson out vs. Memphis
The rest of the top four remains the same as last week: No. 2 Ohio State, No. 3 Clemson and No. 4 Georgia.
The new AP Top 25 poll is out. Here's what's next for each ranked team
The Tigers moved to the top spot in the rankings after their 26th win in a row.
Brady White threw for 341 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another score and No. 18 Memphis overcame a 10-point first quarter deficit to beat Houston 45-27 on Saturday.
Alabama finds itself on the outside looking in for only the fifth time in the CFP era.
Here are the coaches to keep an eye on, including Power 5, Group of 5, coordinators and former head coaches who could make a return.
The Tigers and Buckeyes could be the nation's best two teams, but Clemson showed it also belongs in the mix.
Will Tua Tagovailoa return when Alabama faces the Joe Burrow-led LSU Tigers? Plus, a look at the other 8-0 vs. 8-0 matchup, Penn State-Minnesota.
Here's how our experts envision the entire bowl season playing out.
There's not much movement atop the new AP Top 25 poll this week, but expect that to change this coming Saturday.
The nation's top teams were off in Week 10, but there was still some movement ahead of some monster showdowns next Saturday.
Brady White threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns, Antonio Gibson had a school-record 386 all-purpose yards with three scores and No. 24 Memphis held off No. 15 SMU 54-48 on Saturday night to cap the biggest day yet in Tigers football history.