College football’s 2018 season won't get underway until August, but it's never too early to look ahead and predict which teams are poised for a significant leap in the rankings or win column next year.
The Pac-12 is definitely losing some star power early to the NFL, but the bigger news is the one player that decided to stay in school. Heisman Trophy runner-up Bryce Love is returning to Stanford even though the running back probably would have been a first-round pick in April’s draft.
The NFL's early entry deadline for the 2018 draft officially passed on Monday evening and over 100 players declared for the next level. The deadline produced a few surprises, as Clemson's defensive line remained intact with Christian Wilkins, Clelin Ferrell and Austin Bryant each deciding to return to campus in 2018.
The Pac-12 is a league in transition on the gridiron for the 2018 college football season. The conference is set to feature five new head coaches, including Chip Kelly at UCLA and Herm Edwards at Arizona State. In addition to the turnover at the top, the league also loses quarterbacks Sam Darnold (USC), Josh Rosen (UCLA) and Luke Falk (Washington State).
The 2017-18 college football season is officially in the books, and it’s time to take a look back at the year with full 130 team rankings for every FBS team based upon the body of work. Alabama defeated Georgia on Jan. 8 to claim the national championship, and in no surprise, coach Nick Saban’s team takes the top spot in the rankings. The Bulldogs finish No.
Another year of college football is in the books, and once again it is the Alabama Crimson Tide sitting atop the sport. Nick Saban’s sixth national title was his fifth with the Crimson Tide, who are now taking up a good percentage of the total number of national championships won since the dawn of the BCS era.