r/CFB 3d ago

Game Thread [Game Thread] College Football Playoff Outlook & Hypotheticals


Come one, come all, and bring your most far-fetched and outlandish scenarios! Who's in? Who's out? What kind of chaos is needed for your team to make the Playoffs, or for your rival to get left out?

r/CFB 7h ago

Coaching Carousel IV: A New Hope


r/CFB 11h ago

Scheduling Georgia is potentially going to play 3 "neutral" site games this season in Atlanta, GA


Georgia vs Oregon at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Georgia vs LSU at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

If Georgia ends up the #1 seed in playoffs, their 3rd game will be at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

r/CFB 7h ago

News Hugh Freeze: "I don't know anybody in this room that doesn't deserve a second chance and truthfully if everyone's life was as documented as mine, I'm sure it would be uncomfortable."


r/CFB 5h ago

News "Georgia Tech is targeting interim Brent Key to be the next head coach" - Pete Thamel


r/CFB 11h ago

Analysis As Auburn hires Hugh Freeze, remember his past misdeeds go far beyond calling escorts

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r/CFB 5h ago

Casual Desmond Howard has as many correct CFP picks as Kirk, Rece and Pollack combined.


r/CFB 4h ago

News Willie Fritz to stay at Tulane. Wave only gets angrier

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r/CFB 11h ago

History In 2014, TCU missed the Playoff in favor of Ohio State because the Big 12 did not have a Conference Championship Game. In 2022, TCU could miss the Playoff in favor of Ohio State because it must play in the Big 12 Conference Championship Game.


After 2014, the Big 12 pushed for a rule change so that conferences with fewer that 12 teams could still host a conference championship game. After a six-year hiatus, the Big 12 Championship Game returned in 2017.

Credit to 2014 Baylor as well, who would have played TCU in a hypothetical Big 12 Championship Game that year. Baylor beat TCU in the regular season, and the winner of that hypothetical rematch likely finishes in the top-4 above OSU.

r/CFB 10h ago

Satire Auburn traded Cadillac for a creepy white van

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r/CFB 10h ago

Discussion [LaVicka] Mario Cristobal's first Canes season ended without a single student bus running from campus to the stadium. No students signed up to go.


r/CFB 50m ago

Weekly Thread CFP Rankings, Serious Discussion - Week 14


This thread is for serious discussion; jokes, memes, etc. may be subject to removal. For the general discussion thread, see here.

CFP Rankings

Rank Team Record
1 Georgia Georgia 12-0
2 Michigan Michigan 12-0
3 TCU TCU 12-0
4 USC USC 11-1
5 Ohio State Ohio State 11-1
6 Alabama Alabama 10-2
7 Tennessee Tennessee 10-2
8 Penn State Penn State 10-2
9 Clemson Clemson 10-2
10 Kansas State Kansas State 9-3
11 Utah Utah 9-3
12 Washington Washington 10-2
13 Florida State Florida State 9-3
14 LSU LSU 9-3
15 Oregon State Oregon State 9-3
16 Oregon Oregon 9-3
17 UCLA UCLA 9-3
18 Tulane Tulane 10-2
19 South Carolina South Carolina 8-4
20 Texas Texas 8-4
21 Notre Dame Notre Dame 8-4
22 UCF UCF 9-3
23 North Carolina North Carolina 9-3
24 Mississippi State Mississippi State 8-4
25 NC State NC State 8-4

r/CFB 9h ago

News Chase Brown (Illinois), Blake Corum (Michigan), and Bijan Robinson (Texas) named Doak Walker Award Finalists.

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r/CFB 5h ago

News Sources: Rose Bowl given Wednesday deadline for CFP

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r/CFB 9h ago

Video Ohio State fans chant "We Want Urban!" post game

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r/CFB 1h ago

News Brent Key Named Georgia Tech Football’s 21st Head Coach

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r/CFB 7h ago

News [Big Ten Network] Coach of the Year (Coaches & Media): Jim Harbaugh

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r/CFB 10h ago

Discussion ESPN is giving USC only a 39% chance of victory despite them being a 3-point favorite in Vegas

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r/CFB 6h ago

Opinion Auburns own ‘The Plainsman’ take on the Freeze Hire

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r/CFB 5h ago

Recruiting Texas QB Hudson Card will enter the transfer portal


r/CFB 7h ago Touchdown!

Discussion A Note From A Coach's Kid As We Enter The Coaching Carousel.


tl;dr: Try not to be a megajerk about coaches losing their jobs. They're people with families too.

As background, my father is a retired football coach who spent the last few decades years coaching high school in Texas but spent the decade before working in the college ranks at Vanderbilt, West Alabama (then Livingston), and UTEP. He quit coaching college expressly because of the strain it put on our family.

I know we all want the best for our programs, and sometimes that includes getting rid of the coaching staff. But as someone who grew up not knowing if my dad would have his job week-to-week, let me assure you, there are people on the other side of this. The casualness I sometimes see with wanting some coach fired because of a bad game can be a bit jarring for those of us who had to worry that one bad game would leave us without a job.

It isn't just coaches but spouses, children, and families. College coaching is a tough and unforgiving business. Coaching is not conducive to family life and has broken up countless marriages with its upheavals and cruel nature. So all I ask as we talk about which coaches need to get axed is that we take some time to give grace to those affected by these real-world decisions.

r/CFB 8h ago

Recruiting [On3]🚨BREAKING🚨 Iowa quarterback Alex Padilla has entered the NCAA transfer portal, per On3's @mzenitz


r/CFB 3h ago

News Lane signs extension

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r/CFB 1h ago

Recruiting 2023 4* ATH Collins Acheampong flips from Michigan to Miami


r/CFB 10h ago

News Cadillac Williams to remain at Auburn, receive promotion on Hugh Freeze’s staff

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r/CFB 3h ago

News Mike Sainristil's switch to CB at Michigan proves to be wise

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r/CFB 42m ago

Video GT Team reaction to Brent Key being named Head Coach

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