It was a banner year for college football coverage on CBS
Alabama jumped into the top four while Oregon, Penn State fell from the top 10
The CBS Sports computer model projects the Tide to eventually slide into the No. 4 spot
"I was thinking about if he was here, he’d be excited," Ohio State's Chase Young said of his late grandfather, Carl H. Robinson. "He’d be at every game."
Michigan's Jim Harbaugh is making $7.504 million this year, according to USA Today’s salary database. Clemson's Dabo Swinney and Alabama's Nick Saban are the only two coaches earning more than Harbaugh. Unlike Swinney and Saban, Harbaugh hasn't won a national title. And he's 0-4 vs. Ohio State.
LSU's Joe Burrow continues to dominate the conversation for the Heisman Trophy, though other names are emerging after the injury to Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.
The race is on. It’s too early to tell who will earn this coveted spot. It is the major storyline of the remaining few weeks in the regular season. This isn’t about the fourth slot in the College Football Playoff, which is still wide open. It is for No. 1, to be decided between LSU
The 2019 season delivered remarkable consensus about which teams should reach the semifinal games. The last mysteries were about seedings and pairings.
Much more was expected from Texas and Washington, such as being in the hunt for a conference championship. It did not work out for them and it did not work out for other teams that also qualified as disappointments in 2019.
ABC’s coverage of the Pac-12 football match-up between Oregon and Utah drew 5.2 million total viewers and a 1.3 rating, dominating Friday night in the demo. Over on CBS, Hawaii Five-0 (6.5 mil/0.6) slipped two tenths in the demo to match its season low, while Magnum P.I. (6.3 mil/0.6) and Blue Bloods (7.3 mil/0.6) each [
Week 13 of the college football season sees showdowns in the Big Ten and SEC with Ohio State hosting Penn State and Georgia clashing with Texas A&M.
Ryan Day had the look of disgust on his face at seeing Ohio State given the No. 2 seed. Dabo Swinney immediately played the no-respect card, telling his players Clemson was the first defending national champion since 1966 to open the season No. 1, go undefeated and drop to No. 3. Both reactions were revealing