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CFP preview: First look at Georgia-Ohio State, Michigan-TCU

12:25 PM ETESPN staff Nick Saban tried. Alabama's coach found whatever megaphone was available to him Saturday night to publicly plead the Crimson Tide's case to make the College Football Playoff. He suggested looking at the top four through the lens of, "How are they playing at the present?" He asked, "If

Georgia, Michigan, TCU, Ohio St. picked for CFP

12:24 PM ETESPN News Services Georgia, Michigan, TCU and Ohio State will play for the national championship after being chosen for the College Football Playoff on Sunday. After not playing in a conference championship game, the Buckeyes (11-1) moved up one spot following USC's loss in the Pac-12 title game Friday

FiveThirtyEight Rates CFP Chances for Ohio State, TCU, Alabama

Just a couple days ago, the College Football Playoff picture appeared to be fairly straightforward. The top four of Georgia, Michigan, TCU and USC controlled their own destinies, needing only to win their respective conference championship games to virtually lock up a CFP berth. Easier said than done. No. 4 USC lost to No. 11 Utah for the second time this

LIVE: France Takes on Poland in World Cup Round of 16

France’s will have to go through Poland in the round of 16 if it wants to become the first team since Brazil in 1958 and ’62 to win back-to-back World Cup titles.  By advancing to the round of 16, Les Bleus broke a curse of three straight reigning world champions that

Sources: USF hires Vols OC Golesh as new coach

11:08 PM ET Tennessee offensive coordinator Alex Golesh has agreed to a deal to become the next head coach at South Florida, sources told ESPN, confirming reports. Golesh was the primary playcaller for the Volunteers, who led the country in scoring this season with an average of 47.3 points per game. He

U-M’s McCarthy: CFP loss to Georgia still fuels us

12:34 AM ET INDIANAPOLIS -- Michigan is headed back to the College Football Playoff, armed with the experience of failure and the confidence that better results lie ahead. The second-ranked Wolverines pulled away from Purdue early in the second half Saturday to win the Big Ten championship game 43-22 and capture back-to-back

No. 2 Michigan defends Big Ten crown, has bigger goals in mind

Michael Cohen College Football and College Basketball Writer INDIANAPOLIS — The celebration felt different this time.  There was a rawness to Michigan’s exaltations when the clock reached zero in last year’s Big Ten title game, a 42-3 demolition of Iowa that was over by halftime. The reactions from long-tenured veterans

Deion Sanders Leaves Jackson State Better Than How He Found It

Jackson, Miss. — After the 2019 football season, if you raised the possibility that Jackson State would win back-to-back Southwestern Athletic Conference championships within the next five years, that statement would have been followed up with a series of chuckles and an abundance of doubters. The reception would probably be similar