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FBS College Football TV Schedule For Sept. 23-25

Where to find every game this weekend.

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Which U.S. States Allow Betting On College Football?

Sports betting became possible for millions more Americans in late 2018 when the Supreme Court struck out PASPA, a 1990s-era law that banned the practice in all but a few states.

Posted 2 days ago

Louisville upsets UCF with unbelievable finish. #CFP

Oklahoma gets commitment from top 2023 WR

Oklahoma got a commitment from the top wide receiver in the 2023 class, Deandre Moore Jr., on Friday.

Weekly Preview For 9/23-9/25 - Conference Action Starts To Heat Up

There are 58 FBS head-to-head matchups this week involving 116 of the 130 FBS teams. Thirty of those are conference games.

Posted 5 days ago

Did you know...

The Prediction Tracker, which monitored 44 computer rating systems in 2020, shows the Congrove Computer Rankings (CCR) on had the 5th-most wins against the spread last season.

The CCR had the most straight-up winners in the second half of the 2018 and 2014 seasons, and the best record against-the-spread for the entire 2016 campaign.

Alabama, Georgia, Oregon and Oklahoma Top FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll.

The Top 10 teams in the FWAA-NFF Super 16 poll each won Saturday and, thus, remained among the top teams again. Even No. 11 Florida didn't budge after losing by two points to No .1 Alabama.

Posted 5 days ago

Iowa Jumps To #1 In Computer Rankings - Alabama, A&M, Oklahoma Follow

Not because of who they beat but rather because the top teams are so tight, Iowa hurdled from 5th to 1st in the latest FBS Congrove Computer Rankings Top 130 released within minutes of the conclusion of the San Jose State-Hawaii game early Sunday morning.

Posted 5 days ago

College football: Notre Dame says no to Purdue Big Bass Drum via @Yahoo

Vote for the best college football town in America

We're down to the quarterfinals in the Shell Football Town Showdown. Read our breakdowns and then vote for your favorites.

Weekend Recap: Alabama Averts Upset at Florida, BYU Takes Down ASU, Fresno State Upsets UCLA

Alabama prevented Florida from converting a two-point conversion run with 3:19 left to play to secure a 31-29 win in Gainesville. BYU has beaten AP-ranked teams in back-to-back weeks for the first time in school history after dropping Arizona State 27-17 late Saturday night. ACC members Virginia Tech, Miami and Pitt all lost non-conference games.

Posted 5 days ago

The stunning upsets just keep coming - 17.5-point underdog @StanfordFball goes to L.A. and knocks off @USC_FB 42-28 - and only a late, meaningless Trojan score made it that close. #CollegeFootball #CFP

FBS College Football TV Schedule For Sept. 16-18

Where to find every game this weekend.

Posted 8 days ago

Feature Picks for September 18

The computer has seven opposite picks this week, and we've hand-selected eight other games in our Easy Pickins and Hold Your Horses categories.

Posted 9 days ago

Did you know...

In 2021, the Congrove Computer Rankings are celebrating the 29th year of accurate picks and team rankings.

The rankings began with the 1993 season. launched 6 years later and will be celebrating its' 23rd year on the internet.

Weekly Preview: Will There Be Fewer Upsets? Don't Count On It

There were 45 games last week that involved head-to-head matchups of FBS teams and 12 of those were outright upsets against the spread. Still, the computer was 33-12 SU, and 21-24 ATS. While the 21-24 mark may not seem solid, consider that it was 21-12 in the games where an outright upset wasn't the factor.

Posted 10 days ago

59-yard walk-off gives Jacksonville State improbabl 20-17 win over Florida State. @FSUFootball @JSUGamecocks #CollegeFootball #CFP

USC Fires Helton After Loss to Stanford

USC announced late Monday that Clay Helton had been fired as head coach of the Trojans. The move came two days after USC lost 42-28 at home to Stanford as a 17.5-point favorite.

Posted 11 days ago
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