Things are moving along smoothly in Death Valley, and with a remaining schedule that looks quite easy, there aren't any signs the Tigers will slow down. As Clemson enters Week 4 they find themselves 41.5 point favorites against Charlotte.
We are finally getting into the meat of the college football regular season, when elite teams and players are given the opportunity to separate themselves. The top six teams in the country are Clemson, Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State and Oklahoma—and all feature at least one Heisman Trophy contender.
Another week into the college football season and we have another quarterback ready to throw his name in the ring for the Heisman Trophy chase. After a monster primetime performance on the road at Texas, LSU quarterback and Ohio State transfer Joe Burrow has truly entered the race and comes into the week with odds of +400 to win the award.
The flagship program of the ACC, Clemson will get its first test of the season Saturday. The Tigers are a known commodity. They have been No. 1 or No. 2 in the country for so long, there is a mindset that they will remain there.
Alabama is a 55.5-point favorite this week. Not often do you see a spread this high, but when you do, it’s important to change your perspective on how to handicap it.
Our four-pack of weekly College Football picks got off to a fast start in Week 1 with a 3-1 ATS record, and we’re motivated for Week 2. We will play a pair of double-digit dogs, take a stand against a once-proud program now in a mess and back one of the top defenses in the country laying a reasonable number on the road.
The number one team in the country kicks things off Thursday night with an easy conference primer to start their season. Clemson's 2018 roster featured arguably the most talented defensive line in college football history across all four positions and there is no doubt that it will be missed. While there are players waiting in the wings ready to step up and be hugely impactful, there is destined to be a drop-off.
The competition for this year’s Heisman Trophy has two very clear and deserving favorites heading into the season. Tua Tagovailoa of Alabama and Trevor Lawrence of Clemson are elite talents and we’re fortunate enough to watch them compete all season long for college football’s most coveted individual trophy.
After a dominant title run last season, will it be "Another Clemson Championship" this year in the ACC and the College Football Playoff?
College football's first Top 25 rankings of the season are finally out! Join us as we take a look at each of the teams, their corresponding odds to win the national title and what we think of their chances.