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College Football Week 7 Awards

Athlon hands out the awards from the Week 7 action
College Football Week 7 Awards

With the seventh weekend of the 2018 season in the books, it’s time to take a look at the best of the best and honor some of the top performances. Each week, Athlon Sports will highlight some of the top performers in college football with its weekly awards section. Here’s a look at Athlon Sports’ picks for the offensive, defensive, coordinator, team and freshman from Week 7:

 

College Football Top 25 Rankings (After Week 7)

Ranking the top 25 teams in college football after Week 7
College Football Top 25 Rankings (After Week 7)

Weekly college football top 25 rankings are a big part of every season, and Athlon Sports will update its top 25 following the games each weekend. The seventh weekend of the 2018 season featured chaos and upsets throughout the Saturday slate. Alabama retains its No. 1 spot after beating Missouri, followed by Ohio State, Clemson and Notre Dame in the top four. Florida jumps to No. 5 after beating Vanderbilt, followed by LSU at No. 6. Michigan leaps to No. 7 after a dominant win over Wisconsin on Saturday night, with Oregon climbing to No.

College Football Picks: Predicting Final Scores for Every Game in Week 7

Oregon hosts Washington in key Pac-12 North clash
College Football Picks: Predicting Final Scores for Every Game in Week 7

The Week 7 edition of picking every game on the college football schedule is highlighted by Wisconsin’s visit to Michigan in a key battle that will have ramifications for both divisions in the Big Ten; Georgia’s first trip to LSU since 2008; and an under-the-radar rivalry in the Pac-12 as Oregon hosts league favorite Washington. Here is every game on the Week 7 slate:

 

College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 7

Predictions for every FBS game in Week 7
College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 7

College football’s 2018 season continues with a Week 7 slate that features 54 overall matchups, starting on Thursday night with Georgia Southern at Texas State and Texas Tech at TCU. Three matchups are on tap for Friday night, as USF travels to Tulsa, Air Force meets San Diego State in an intriguing Mountain West matchup, while Arizona takes on Utah in a key Pac-12 showdown. A busy Saturday slate begins with Minnesota-Ohio State, Florida-Vanderbilt, Tennessee-Auburn and Nebraska-Northwestern in the first window. The afternoon schedule features the top matchups for Week 7.

Colorado Buffaloes vs. USC Trojans Prediction and Preview

USC can gain the inside track on the Pac-12 South with a win over undefeated Colorado
Colorado Buffaloes vs. USC Trojans Prediction and Preview

You aren't suffering from deja vu: Saturday's Pac-12 Conference matchup between USC and No. 19-ranked Colorado might feel like a retread of the last time the Buffaloes visited Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Rest assured, you haven't returned to 2016. The circumstances are just strikingly similar.

 

College Fantasy Football: Week 7 DFS Picks Saturday (Oct. 13) Games

Let our fantasy experts help you pick a great college fantasy football lineup
College Fantasy Football: Week 7 DFS Picks Saturday (Oct. 13) Games

Week 7 of the 2018 college football season continues on Saturday. That means it’s time to pick your optimal DraftKings college football fantasy lineup. Fortunately, our college football fantasy experts are ready to help. Players from 10 matchups are available to be selected on DraftKings for the first Saturday Noon ET games, followed by six games on the 3:30 p.m. ET slate and seven for the 7 p.m. ET window.

 

Here’s what our best Week 7 college fantasy football DFS lineup looks like for Saturday matchups:

 

College Football Week 6 Awards

Athlon hands out the awards from the Week 6 action
College Football Week 6 Awards

With the sixth weekend of the 2018 season in the books, it’s time to take a look at the best of the best and honor some of the top performances. Each week, Athlon Sports will highlight some of the top performers in college football with its weekly awards section. Here’s a look at Athlon Sports’ picks for the offensive, defensive, coordinator, team and freshman from Week 6:

 

College Football Top 25 Rankings (After Week 6)

Ranking the top 25 teams in college football after Week 6
College Football Top 25 Rankings (After Week 6)

Weekly college football top 25 rankings are a big part of every season, and Athlon Sports will update its top 25 following the games each weekend. The sixth weekend of the 2018 season featured three undefeated teams losing for the first time this year. Thanks to a blowout win over Arkansas, Alabama remains No. 1 in the top 25, followed by Ohio State at No. 2, Georgia at No. 3 and Clemson at No. 4. After beating Oklahoma 48-45, Texas jumps into the top 10, with Florida climbing to No. 8 after knocking off LSU.

College Football Picks: Predicting Final Scores for Every Game in Week 6

Benny Snell and the undefeated Wildcats visit Kyle Field
College Football Picks: Predicting Final Scores for Every Game in Week 6

The Week 6 edition of picking every game on the college football schedule is highlighted the annual Oklahoma-Texas game, a showdown that has added intrigue thanks to the Longhorns’ three-game winning streak, and a pair of interesting battles in the SEC — LSU’s visit to Florida and Kentucky’s trip to Texas A&M. Here is every game on the Week 6 slate:

 

College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 6

Predictions for every FBS game in Week 6
College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 6

College football’s 2018 season continues with a Week 6 slate that features 57 overall matchups. The week officially begins on Thursday night with two matchups. Georgia State takes on Troy, and Tulsa visits Houston for the first night of games in Week 6. On Friday, Louisville hosts Georgia Tech in the first meeting between these two schools, along with MTSU-Marshall and Utah State-BYU. A full slate of games kicks off on Saturday with Oklahoma-Texas in Dallas, Alabama-Arkansas, Maryland-Michigan, Missouri-South Carolina and Northwestern-Michigan State in the first window.

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