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When are the final College Football Playoff rankings announced?

When are the final College Football Playoff rankings announced?

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The debate began when the College Football Playoff committee unveiled its first set of rankings at the end of October. But it didn't end there. The first of six weekly rankings were unveiled Tuesday, Oct. 31. That began the journey to selecting the four College Football Playoff teams for this season’s semifinals, which will be played Jan. 1 at the Rose Bowl Game and Allstate Sugar Bowl. MORE: Latest college football rankings | Standings | Scores, schedule Here are some need-to-know facts about the 2017 College Football Playoff rankings. When are the next College Football Playoff rankings released? The first installment of the 2017 College Football Playoff rankings were revealed Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 7 p.m. on ESPN. There will be six sets of rankings leading up to the Colle
Why isn’t Lamar Jackson getting any Heisman love

Why isn’t Lamar Jackson getting any Heisman love

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The last time Lamar Jackson played Syracuse, he was mostly a local curiosity, an athletic sophomore making his second start of the season, coming off a rather ridiculous eight-TD performance against an overmatched opening week opponent. Then he posted 610 yards of offense, scored five times and leapt over a defender against the Orange, and suddenly, Jackson was the next big thing, a true Heisman contender. Jackson's Cardinals are set to play Syracuse again this week, and while the QB's game has only improved since his 2016 Heisman moment, that buzz has all but disappeared. The oddsmakers have Jackson's Heisman hopes at 40-to-1, seventh-best at the moment, behind less productive quarterbacks. Story Continue
Meet the former option QB who now anchors Wisconsin’s O-line

Meet the former option QB who now anchors Wisconsin’s O-line

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MADISON, Wis. -- David Edwards, the midseason All-America right tackle for fifth-ranked Wisconsin, arrived on campus here two years ago as a 245-pound tight end with little sense of the work required to succeed in the trenches for the top program in the Big Ten West. He didn't eat breakfast. Didn't lift weights. And two years prior, Edwards ran the option as a quarterback at Downers Grove (Illinois) North High School. His weight then? About 215 pounds.   Story Continue
Miami’s up, FSU’s down and Lane Kiffin is trolling along in a wild year for football in Florida

Miami’s up, FSU’s down and Lane Kiffin is trolling along in a wild year for football in Florida

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Leave it to Lane Kiffin to summarize the state of college football across Florida: "Who would have thought that we'd be sitting here at this time of year and have more wins than Florida and Florida State combined?" he asked at his weekly news conference. "That's pretty neat." Yet his Florida Atlantic team is not the only one that can make that claim. So can Miami. And UCF. And USF. Then there is FIU, with the same number of wins as the Seminoles and Gators combined.   Story Continue