2021-22 Bowl Schedule: 30 Teams Now Bowl-Eligible

Eight weeks into the FBS season, there are 30 teams that are bowl-eligible, based on having won six games this season. Joining last week’s group of 16 bowl-eligible teams in Week 8 were Air Force, BYU, Fresno State, Houston, Liberty, Louisiana, Northern Illinois, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Texas A&M and Virginia.Continue reading “2021-22 Bowl Schedule: 30 Teams Now Bowl-Eligible”

FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll: Georgia Leads Stable Top 7

The Football Writers Association of America/National Football Foundation Super 16 Poll found Georgia at the top, along with each of last week’s Top 7 teams remaining in the Top 7. But there was a change in the order. Georgia remained No. 1 for the third straight week, while the Bearcats dropped to No. 3 fromContinue reading “FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll: Georgia Leads Stable Top 7”

College Football AP Top 25: Alabama Moves Up a Spot

The Alabama Crimson Tide moved up to No. 3, after Oklahoma struggled to defeat Kansas, after the AP Top 25 which was released on Sunday.   The poll was for the conclusion of Week 8. The Crimson Tide handled Tennessee and the took advantage of OU’s sluggish 35-23 win over the Jayhawks, which was enoughContinue reading “College Football AP Top 25: Alabama Moves Up a Spot”

FBS Coaches Poll Week 8: Oklahoma Slides Down to No. 4

The Oklahoma Sooners fell two spots to No. 4 in in the USA Today Coaches Top 25, which was released on Sunday.   Voters apparently did not appreciate the Sooners’ tepid performance against Kansas. Even though the Sooners won the game, 35-23, they were huge favorites and were not in the driver’s seat of theContinue reading “FBS Coaches Poll Week 8: Oklahoma Slides Down to No. 4”

NJCAA Football Top 15: Jones, Iowa Western Remain 1-2

The Jones Bobcats and the Iowa Western Reivers remained No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in the NJCAA Division I Football Poll, released on Oct. 18. Jones moved into the No 1 spot last week, and it received five of the seven first-place votes in that week’s poll. The other two went to Iowa Western,Continue reading “NJCAA Football Top 15: Jones, Iowa Western Remain 1-2”

NAIA Football Top 25: Lindsey Wilson Remains No. 1

The Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders remained in the No. 1 spot in the most recent NAIA Football FirstDown Playbook Top 25, released on Oct. 18. In addition, each of the Top 5 teams from last week’s rankings remained in the same place. The Blue Raiders, the defending national champions, have been No. 1 in everyContinue reading “NAIA Football Top 25: Lindsey Wilson Remains No. 1”

AFCA Division III Top 25: North Central Lead Steady Top 10

The North Central Cardinals remained No. 1 in the American Football Coaches Association Division III Top 25, released on Oct. 18. The Cardinals (6-0) remained undefeated with a 77-7 win over Elmhurst. The Cardinals ended up with 40 first-place votes, but three other teams received at least one first-place vote — No. 2 Mary Hardin-BaylorContinue reading “AFCA Division III Top 25: North Central Lead Steady Top 10”

AFCA Division II Top 25: Ferris State Moves to No. 1

With seven different teams in the Top 10 losing on Saturday, Ferris State moved up to No. 1 in the  American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, released on Oct. 18. One of those Top 10 teams to lose was Grand Valley State, which lost to Ferris State, 35-28, in their annualContinue reading “AFCA Division II Top 25: Ferris State Moves to No. 1”

AFCA FCS Top 25: Sam Houston Preps for Top 25 Showdown

The Sam Houston Bearkats were off last weekend, but they remained No. 1 in the nation, when the  AFCA FCS Coaches’ Top 25 Poll was released after the games on Oct. 16. The Bearkats, the defending national champions, are 5-0 and are one of three remaining undefeated teams in the Top 10, along with EasternContinue reading “AFCA FCS Top 25: Sam Houston Preps for Top 25 Showdown”

‘Tennessee has the worst fan base in college football’

Note: This is an editorial by our College Football America Yearbook publisher Kendall Webb. The views are entirely his. It was another crazy, beautiful Saturday of college football action in Week 7. But, unfortunately, “the storyline” this week is about the non-football action on the field at Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium late Saturday night. Near theContinue reading “‘Tennessee has the worst fan base in college football’”