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College Football Week 4 Preview — Which Undefeated Teams Can Survive?
While we might not have the Top 10 matchups we did last Saturday, this week features six big games between unbeaten opponents. Here are some of the questions going into Week 4.
Alabama Tops Clemson for National Championship
Alabama rallied for a fourth quarter comeback to beat Clemson, 45-40, and secure the Crimson Tide’s fourth national championship in seven years.
Wild Finishes, Record-Breaking Performances Highlight Wild Bowl Week
While the New Year’s Six bowls turned out to be clunkers, the second week of bowl season brought us some of the wildest games of the year.
Oklahoma State vs. Ole Miss — Everything You Need to Know for the Sugar Bowl
Two of the nation’s top passing offenses face off in an SEC / Big 12 shootout.
Stanford vs. Iowa — Everything You Need to Know for the Rose Bowl
Heisman runner-up Christian McCaffrey leads Pac-12 champion Stanford against the surprising one-loss Iowa Hawkeyes.
Notre Dame vs. Ohio State: Everything You Need to Know for the Fiesta Bowl
Two of college football’s historic powerhouses square off in the desert. Oh, and Battlefrog is apparently a thing.
Florida State vs. Houston — Everything You Need to Know for the Peach Bowl
AAC champ Houston crashes the major bowl party against a Florida State team playing in its fourth straight New Year's Six bowl.
Alabama vs. Michigan State — Everything You Need to Know for the Cotton Bowl
Two of the nation’s top defenses square off with a national title shot on the line.
Clemson vs. Oklahoma — Everything You Need to Know for the Orange Bowl
Clemson and Oklahoma square off in a bowl rematch, but this time the stakes are much higher.
College Football 2015: Big Individual Performances Highlight First Week of Bowl Games
The corporate sponsors might not be household names and the stadiums might have been less than half full. But that didn't stop some exciting action during the first week of bowl season.