No Conference Title? No Problem. It's Happened BeforeOhio State didn't win the Big Ten, but the Buckeyes will play for a much bigger prize. Their national title hopes are still very much intact.
Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Washington In The College Football PlayoffThe committee has spoken. These four teams will compete for this year's title.
Dave Revsine: It's Not Crazy To Think Big Ten Could Send Three Teams To CFPWhich gives life to an interesting scenario: the Big Ten could send three teams to the College Football Playoff.
Michigan's Path To The College Football PlayoffDespite losing to Ohio State on Saturday, Michigan still has an outside chance of making the College Football Playoff.
Odds Don't Look Great For Michigan In Possible Playoff MatchupsAccording to Vegas, the Wolverines wouldn't have a great chance of winning against some of the other top teams in College Football.
Hancock: 'Too Soon To Say' What Tweaks Could Come To PlayoffThe evening semifinal — the Michigan State-Alabama Cotton bowl — drew a 9.6 rating for ESPN compared to 15.2 for the previous season's Sugar Bowl semifinal.
College Football Playoff Changing Schedule, But Not How Fans WantedThe College Football Playoff semifinals are staying on New Year's Eve — despite last season's television ratings — but the schedule is getting a tweak.
College Football Playoff Moves Semis To Earlier KickoffsThe Dec. 31 semifinals will start an hour earlier than they did last season and the Orange Bowl will now be played in prime time on Friday, Dec. 30, instead of during the day on Dec. 31.
Column: Saban Concerned About Bowl System -- And Should BeNick Saban is concerned about the bowl system.
'Bama On Verge Of Unprecedented Run, With Clemson In The WayRegardless of the outcome of Monday night's College Football Playoff championship game between No. 1 Clemson and No. 2 Alabama, a case can be made that no team in the history of the sport has had a better run than the Crimson Tide under coach Nick Saban.
Championship Matchups That Will Decide Alabama-Clemson No. 1 Clemson and No. 2 Alabama only have one loss between them this season.
Knock It Off, Michigan Fans. The Spartans' Season Was Huge Success [BLOG]"A college football playoff appearance is far greater than a Citrus Bowl win."