FBS Polls - Week 13 (Nov 19 - 25)
  • AP Poll
  • 1. Alabama
  • 2. Miami (FL)
  • 3. Oklahoma
  • 4. Clemson
  • 5. Wisconsin
  • 6. Auburn
  • 7. Georgia
  • 8. Ohio State
  • 9. Notre Dame
  • 10. TCU
  • Coaches Poll
  • 1. Alabama
  • 2. Miami (FL)
  • 3. Clemson
  • 4. Wisconsin
  • 5. Oklahoma
  • 6. Auburn
  • 7. Georgia
  • 8. Ohio State
  • 9. Notre Dame
  • 10. USC

Chip Kelly responds to internet rumors tying him to Florida job (Video)

Chip Kelly was the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers in 2016. Florida message boards were buzzing with activity Tuesday when a plane was scheduled to fly from Gainesville to an airport in Connecticut close to ESPN’s campus. Since former Oregon coach Chip Kelly, now an ESPN analyst, is a reported candidate for the vacant Florida head-coaching gig, speculation spread rapidly.

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AP Top 25 stands firm with few modifications; TCU back in top 10

Like the coaches poll, the AP Top 25 saw few changes to its look this week after a fairly straight-forward weekend of college football for the nation’s top-ranked teams. No. 1 Alabama remains the clear favorite among the AP voters, with 58 first-place votes to stay ahead of the field. The top nine teams remain unchanged from last week with Miami falling in at second behind Alabama, with Oklahoma, Clemson, Wisconsin, Auburn, Georgia, Ohio State, and Notre Dame next in line. No. 10 TCU is the newest member of the top 10 in the AP poll after moving up one spot this week, followed by USC and Penn State with similar moves up. All three were bumped up after former No. 10 Oklahoma State fell to No.

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CIF Southern Section alums (very) prevalent at Coliseum during Trojans' victory over Bruins

The CIF Southern Section produces some of the best high school football talent in the nation. And, thankfully, most of those players stay close to home when they continue their careers at the next level. During USC's 28-23 win over UCLA on Saturday night, 24 of the 44 total starterson the field were alumni of the CIF-SS. Of the game's seven total touchdowns, five were scored by CIF-SS products. Yeah, impressive to say the least. And a few of those fellas had some huge moments at the Coliseum. But more on that in a minute. First, the stars of the game… before the ball was even snapped … were the quarterbacks -- Josh Rosen (St. John Bosco) of UCLA and Sam Darnold (San Clemente) of USC. Being that

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Amidst six-decade postseason drought, New Mexico State could be forced to turn down bowl bid

New Mexico State hasn’t played in a bowl game in nearly six decades, and are in a position to potentially end that drought.  Maybe. Sitting at 4-5 heading into Week 12, NMSU needs wins in two of its last three games to become bowl-eligible.  With games against Louisiana (4-5), Idaho (3-6) and South Alabama (4-6) — the latter two at home — it’s certainly doable. However, even if the Aggies do reach the requisite six wins, they may be forced to turn down an invitation because of financial considerations. “If you stick us too far out east, then it becomes a financial issue with our fans,” NMSU chancellor and president Garrey Carruthers told the NBC affiliate in El Paso this week. “If you’re obligated

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