College Football News Freshman All-America Team 2022

College Football News 2022 Freshman All-American Team. The best new young stars from this season.

College Football News Freshman All-America Team. Who were the best and brightest young stars of the 2022 season?


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College Football News Freshman All-America Team 2022

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First Team Freshman All-American Offense

QB Drake Maye, North Carolina
RB Quinshon Judkins, Ole Miss
RB Richard Reese, Baylor
WR Tetairoa McMillan, Arizona
WR J.Michael Sturdivant, Cal
TE Brady Hunt, Ball State
OL Kelvin Banks, Texas
OL Austin Barber, Florida
OL Will Campbell, LSU
OL Blake Miller, Clemson
OL Roger Rosengarten, Washington

First Team Freshman All-American Defense

EDGE Gabe Jacas, Illinois
DI Dontay Corleone, Cincinnati
DI Deone Walker, Kentucky
EDGE Trey Moore, UTSA
LB Jaishawn Barham, Maryland
LB Abdul Carter, Penn State
LB Harold Perkins, LSU
CB Terrion Arnold, Alabama
S A.J. Haulcy, New Mexico
S Malaki Starks, Georgia
CB Benjamin Morrison, Notre Dame

First Team Freshman All-American Special Teams

PK Dominic Zvada, Arkansas State
P Riley Thompson, Florida Atlantic

Second Team Freshman All-American Offense

QB Taylen Green, Boise State
RB Jaydn Ott, Cal
RB Nicholas Singleton, Penn State
WR Jared Brown, Coastal Carolina
WR Evan Stewart, Texas A&M
TE Var’Keyes Gumms, North Texas
OL Marcus Mbow, Purdue
OL Emmanuel Pregnon, Wyoming
OL Mason Randolph, Boise State
OL Kingsley Suamataia, BYU
OL Trey Zuhn, Texas A&M

Second Team Freshman All-American Defense

EDGE David Bailey, Stanford
DI Walter Nolen, Texas A&M
DI Jaheim Oatis, Alabama
EDGE Dasan McCullough, Indiana
LB Lander Barton, Utah
LB Deontae Lawson, Alabama
LB Chris Paul, Arkansas
CB Jeremiah Earby, Cal
S Nick Emmanwori, South Carolina
S Devin Lemear, Baylor
CB Jalen McMurray, Temple

Second Team Freshman All-American Special Teams

PK Drew Stevens, Iowa
P James Ferguson-Reynolds, Boise State

Third Team Freshman All-American Offense

QB Quinn Ewers, Texas
RB Roman Hemby, Maryland
RB Damien Martinez, Oregon State
WR Barion Brown, Kentucky
WR Ja’Lynn Polk, Washington
TE Tanner Koziol, Ball State
OL Emery Jones, LSU
OL Febechi Nwaiwu, North Texas
OL Micah Pettus, Ole Miss
OL Jalen Rivers, Miami
OL Jonah Savaiinaea, Arizona

Third Team Freshman All-American Defense

EDGE Oluwaseyi Omotosho, Wyoming
DI Jordan Guerad, FIU
DI Damonic Williams, TCU
EDGE Mykel Williams, Georgia
LB Devyn Curtis, Middle Tennessee
LB Jacob Manu, Arizona
LB Drue Watts, Nevada
CB Torrie Cox, Ohio
S Kendal Daniels, Oklahoma State
S Jaden Hicks, Washington State
CB DQ Smith, South Carolina

Third Team Freshman All-American Special Teams

PK Nathanial Vakos, Ohio
P Brett Thorson, Georgia

Honorable Mentionable Freshman All-American Offense

QB: Braylon Braxton (Tulsa), Clay Millen (Colorado State), E.J. Warner (Temple)

RB: Kaytron Allen (Penn State), Sieh Bangura (Ohio), Marquis Crosby (Louisiana Tech), Trevor Etienne (Florida), Kaleb Johnson (Iowa), Devin Mockobee (Purdue)

WR: Skyler Bell (Wisconsin), Jerand Bradley (Texas Tech), Luther Burden (Missouri), Kody Epps (BYU), Matthew Golden (Houston), Dane Key (Kentucky), Jordyn Tyson (Colorado), Antonio Williams (Clemson)

TE: Jordan Dingle (Kentucky), Donovan Green (Texas A&M), Justin Joly (UConn), RJ Maryland (SMU), Mason Taylor (LSU), Jack Velling (Oregon State)

OL: Cole Hutson (Texas), Damon Kaylor (Ball State), Drew Kendall (Boston College), Tomas Rimac (West Virginia), Jayden Williams (Ole Miss)

Honorable Mentionable Freshman All-American Defense

EDGE: Patrick Payton (Florida State), Braden Siders (Wyoming), Kenard Snyder (ULM), Shemar Stewart (Texas A&M), Khordae Sydnor (Purdue), Pryce Yates (UConn)

DI: Joshua Farmer (Florida State), Mason Graham (Michigan), Derrick Harmon (Michigan State), Grady Kelly (Colorado State), Denzel Lowry (Old Dominion), Simote Pepa (Utah)

LB: Ernest Hausmann (Nebraska), Shemar James (Florida), Derek McDonald (Syracuse), Ben Perry (Louisville)

CB: Aamaris Brown (USF), Mansoor Delane (Virginia Tech), Davison Igbinosun (Ole Miss), Will Johnson (Michigan), Hezekiah Masses (FIU), Chandler Rivers (Duke), Upton Stout (WKU), Ceyair Wright (USC)

S: Shyheim Brown (Florida State), Micah Harper (BYU), Demetrius Hill (FIU), Ike Larsen (Utah State), Jordan Lovett (Kentucky), Peter Manuma (Hawaii), Clayton Powell-Lee (Georgia Tech)

Honorable Mentionable Freshman All-American Special Teams

PK: Colton Boomer (UCF), Carter Brown (Arizona State), Denis Lynch (USC), Collin Rogers (SMU)

P: Tom Ellard (WKU), Tyler Perkins (Iowa State), Jack Stonehouse (Missouri), Oliver Straw (West Virginia)

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2022-2023 Bowl Schedule, Predictions

College Football Bowl Games: Ranking All 41. How Good Is Your Bowl?

Ranking all 41 bowl games. How good is each bowl game going to be and how do they all rank from 1 to 41?

How good are all the bowl games? How good are the matchups? We rank all 41 from the best-looking to the worst. How good is your bowl game?


College Football Bowl Games: Ranking Every Bowl, Pre-Bowls

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We’re not getting an expanded College Football Playoff until the 2024 season – that’s going to supercharge this time of year – and now college football is in this strange sort of holding pattern.

The transfer portal is gutting some teams. Players are opting out of the bigger bowls to get ready for the NFL. Ohio State WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba isn’t able to go in the CFP semifinal against Georgia. Coaches are switching teams, injuries are an issue, and …

Reality has come to breakfast. The business of college football no longer jibes with the exhibition aspect to the end of the season.

Whatever.

We’re getting 41 bowl games – assuming some teams don’t opt out if they just don’t have the personnel – and that means at least half will be awful-to-meh, a  bunch will be fun, and there will be a few that pop up here and there that restore your faith in humanity.

Yes, you may quibble with the interest you might have in the various bowls – OF COURSE you’re watching Michigan vs TCU no matter what. This is all based on what the best games should potentially be.

And with that, here’s our ranking of how good these bowl games should be. The hope is that most of the ones on the bottom rise up and rock, all while knowing that a slew of the top-ranked bowls will fizzle badly.

Here’s how the bowls are categorized as we ask the question. How good is your bowl? (We’ll revisit at the end and rerank based on how good they actually were.)

– Deep Cuts (32-41) | It’s Football. You’ll Watch (25-32)
Bowls. Just Bowls (17-24) | Restaurant Quality (9-16)
Watch or Die (1-8) | Initial Thoughts, Picks on all 41

Bowl Game Rankings: Deep Cuts

Here’s the plan. It’s a bowl game so you have to at least turn it on. If it’s awful, get out and save yourself for later because they keep throwing the bowls at you. However, check back once in a while to make sure you’re not missing anything.

41. Camellia Bowl

Buffalo vs Georgia Southern
Tuesday, December 27, 2022
12:00, ESPN
Cramton Bowl, Montgomery, AL
Last Year: Georgia State 51, Ball State 20
Pre-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 24, 2020: 10, 2019: 29
Post-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 27, 2020: 7, 2019: 17

It’s all about Buffalo. Georgia Southern has a big-time offense that’s going to push for 40 points. The Bulls have to prove they can keep up, and the first guess is no, they won’t be able to. That doesn’t mean this can’t be entertaining for a while, but it might mostly be a showcase for the Eagles and former UB QB Kyle Vantrease.

40. HomeTown Lenders Bahamas Bowl

UAB vs Miami University
Friday, December 16, 2022
11:30 am, ESPN
Line: UAB -11.5, o/u: 43.5
Thomas Robinson Stadium, Nassau, Bahamas
Last Year: Middle Tennessee 31, Toledo 24
Pre-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 10, 2020: NA, 2019: 28
Post-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 42, 2020: NA, 2019: 24

The Bahamas Bowl almost never goes according to plan. It’s right out of the gate, teams know in advance that they’re going to make travel plans, and in a crazy way it’s been in a pattern of great-awful-great-awful. Last year’s was great. It’s a toss-up, though, with the coaching change at UAB offsetting the talent level a bit.

39. LendingTree Bowl

Rice vs Southern Miss
Saturday, December 17, 2022
5:45, ESPN
Hancock Whitney Stadium, Mobile, AL
Last Year: Liberty 56, Eastern Michigan 20
Pre-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 34, 2020: 23, 2019: 37
Post-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 34, 2020: 23, 2019: 28

Okay, so Rice is here because it went to class – it was on top of the APR rankings so it was able to go bowling at 5-7. It’s going to be fired up to have an extra game, Southern Miss hasn’t been all that great over the last part of the season, and it should all combine for a hard-fought, tight bowl that should be more entertaining than it’ll get credit for.

38. Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl

Houston vs Louisiana  
Friday, December 23, 2022
3:00, ESPN
Independence Bowl, Shreveport, LA
Last Year: UAB 31, BYU 28
Pre-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 35, 2020: NA, 2019: 34
Post-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 11, 2020: NA, 2019: 20

Houston will always play up or down to its competition, but it’ll bring the offense when it has to. There’s a problem, though – it might not have to crank up the attack against a Louisiana offense that hasn’t done much of anything against anyone good. This is a true focus bowl – it’s not going to be pretty if the Cougars care. However, it’s going to be a Ragin’ Cajun-friendly crowd.

37. RoofClaim.com Boca Raton Bowl

Toledo vs Liberty
Tuesday, December 20, 2022
7:30, ESPN
FAU Stadium, Boca Raton, FL
Last Year: WKU 59, Appalachian State 38
Pre-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 2, 2020: 5, 2019: 16
Post-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 15, 2020: 20, 2019: 23

Toledo might have won the MAC Championship, but it’s been AWFUL in bowl games over the last four years. Liberty was AWFUL over the late part of the season before Hugh Freeze finally took the Auburn gig. The talent is there on both sides to make this fun, but the Boca Raton has been just okay lately.

36. Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

Eastern Michigan vs San Jose State
Tuesday, December 20, 2022
3:30 ESPN
Albertsons Stadium, Boise, ID
Last Year: Wyoming 52, Kent State 38
Pre-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 13, 2020: 13, 2019: 31
Post-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 14, 2020: 17, 2019: 31

It’s been a few years since we’ve had a good Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, but Eastern Michigan keeps every game close. It comes in on a bit of roll, and the chilly weather won’t be a problem. San Jose State is entertaining – QB Chevan Cordeiro is a baller who’s worth the watch.

35. Cricket Celebration Bowl

North Carolina Central vs Jackson State
Saturday, December 17, 2022
12:00, ABC
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
Last Year: South Carolina State 31, Jackson State 10
Pre-Bowl Ranking: 2021: , 2020: , 2019:
Post-Bowl Ranking: 2021: , 2020: , 2019

The man is still there. Deion Sanders has made Colorado the coolest school going, but he’ll still be around to finish the job at Jackson State. North Carolina Central can play and isn’t going to be a pushover, but after last year’s blowout Celebration Bowl loss, Coach Prime’s team should put on a show.

34. Wasabi Fenway Bowl

Louisville vs Cincinnati
Saturday, December 17, 2022
11:00 am, ESPN
Fenway Park, Boston, MA
Last Year: Canceled
Pre-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 41, 2020: NA, 2019: NA
Post-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 36, 2020: NA, 2019: NA

Neither team has its head coach with Scott Satterfield leaving from Louisville to Cincinnati, both programs are in a bit of a holding pattern, and with both teams looking to show off who’s still around for next year. Even so, this should be an entertaining dead-even game with the Cardinal defense a fun watch if it’s taking the ball away.

33. Frisco Bowl

Boise State vs North Texas
Saturday, December 17, 2022
9:15, ESPN
Toyota Stadium, Frisco, TX
Last Year: San Diego State 38, UTSA 24
Pre-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 37, 2020: NA, 2019: 32
Post-Bowl Ranking: 2021: 22, 2020: NA, 2019: 8

Uh oh. North Texas fired head coach Seth Littrell even after getting to the Conference USA Championship. Boise State might be too good for this bowl, and if it brings the focus, it’s combination of running game and defense could make this ugly fast. Let’s put it this way – North Texas already played one Mountain West team and lost to UNLV 58-27.

– Deep Cuts (32-41) | It’s Football. You’ll Watch (25-32)
Bowls. Just Bowls (17-24) | Restaurant Quality (9-16)
Watch or Die (1-8) | Initial Thoughts, Picks on all 41

NEXT: Bowl Game Rankings: Bowls. Like You Have Anything Better To Do.

Heisman Trophy College Football Expert Picks. Who Will Win? Who Would They Vote For?

Who’s going to win the 2022 Heisman Trophy? The college football experts make their picks along with their top choices.

College football expert picks for the 2022 Heisman Trophy. Who’s going to win? Who would they all vote for?


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2022 Heisman Trophy Expert Picks

Expert Picks 
Army vs Navy, and Bowl Games Dec 16-19
NFL Week 14 Expert Picks 
Bowl Schedule, Predictions
Ranking all 41 Bowls | 2023 Early Heisman Candidates
Ranking all 86 Heisman Winners

Who’s going to win among the four finalists – Stetson Bennett, Max Duggan, CJ Stroud, and Caleb Willams?

Eric Bolin, RazorbacksWire.com

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2.  CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Jeff Feyerer, CFN

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Jalen Carter, DT Georgia
3. Will Anderson, DE Alabama

Pete Fiutak, CFN 
Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
I’m a Heisman voter, and under penalty of having to watch Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin, I’m not allowed to say who I voted for until after it’s all done. With that in mind, after the four finalists here’s my guess at what the rest of the overall top ten will be.

5. Hendon Hooker, QB Tennessee
6. Bryce Young, QB Alabama
7. Bijan Robinson, RB Texas
8. Michael Penix Jr., QB Washington
9. Blake Corum, RB Michigan
10. Bo Nix, QB Oregon

Dan Harralson, VolsWire.com  

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU
4. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Hendon Hooker, QB Tennessee
2. Bryce Young, QB Alabama
3. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Phil Harrison, BuckeyesWire.com 

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Hendon Hooker, QB Tennessee
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State

Jeremy Mauss, MWwire.com

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Michael Penix Jr.
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State

Kevin McGuire, NittanyLionsWire.com

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU

Big Game Ben Niewoehner, CFN  

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. Hendon Hooker, QB Tennessee

E, CFN Army 
Who’s Going To Win?

1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State

Tyler Nettuno, LSUTigerswire.com

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia
4. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State

Zack Pearson, TarHeelswire.com 

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU

Johnny Rosenstein, SportsBookWire.com

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
4. Max Duggan, QB TCU

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia
2. Caleb Williams, QB USC
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State

Nick Shepkowski, FightingIrishWire.com

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Hendon Hooker, QB Tennessee
3. Blake Corum, RB Michigan

Joe Vitale, UGAWire.com

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia
4. Max Duggan, QB TCU

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. Caleb Williams, QB USC

Clucko the Chicken (a coin flip), CFN 

Who’s Going To Win? 

1. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia
2. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Caleb Williams, QB USC
4. Max Duggan, QB TCU

CONSENSUS PICK 

Who’s Going To Win?
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State
3. Max Duggan, QB TCU
4. Stetson Bennett, QB Georgia

Your Heisman Ballot Would Be …
1. Caleb Williams, QB USC
2. Max Duggan, QB TCU
3. CJ Stroud, QB Ohio State

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Expert Picks 
Army vs Navy, and Bowl Games Dec 16-19
NFL Week 14 Expert Picks 
Bowl Schedule, Predictions
Ranking all 41 Bowls | 2023 Early Heisman Candidates

College Football Expert Picks, Predictions Bowl Games December 16-19, Army-Navy

College football expert picks and predictions for the bowl games from December 16th through the 19th along with Army-Navy

College football expert picks, predictions for all of the bowl games from December 16th through the 19, along with Army vs Navy


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* next to the pick means the team will win, but not cover.
Click on each game for the game preview and CFN Prediction

Bowl Game College Football Expert Picks 
Army vs Navy | Bahamas: Miami Univ vs UAB
Cure: UTSA vs Troy | Fenway: Cin vs Louisville
Celeb: NC Cen vs JSU | New Mex: BYU vs SMU
LA: Fresno St vs Wazzu | LTree: Rice vs USM
Vegas: Florida vs Oreg St | Frisco: UNT vs Boise St
Myrtle: UConn vs Marshall | Results So Far

Bowl Schedule, Predictions | Ranking all 41 Bowls
NFL Week 14 Expert Picks

Army vs Navy

Line: Navy -1.5, o/u: 32.5

Eric Bolin, RazorbacksWire.com: Army
Evan Bredeson, CornhuskersWire.com: Army
Tony Cosolo, ColoradoBuffaloesWire.com: Army
Jeff Feyerer, CFN: Navy
Pete Fiutak, CFN: Navy
Cami Griffin, LonghornsWire.com: Navy
Dan Harralson, VolsWire.com: Army
Phil Harrison, BuckeyesWire.com: Navy
Jeremy Mauss, MWwire.com Army
Kevin McGuire, NittanyLionsWire.com: Navy*
Big Game Ben Niewoehner, CFN Navy
E, CFN Army
Tyler Nettuno, LSUTigerswire.com Army
Zack Pearson, TarHeelswire.com Navy
Johnny Rosenstein, SportsBookWire.com: Navy
Nick Shepkowski, FightingIrishWire.com: Army
Scott Steehn, WinnersandWhiners.com: Army
Joe Vitale, UGAWire.com: Navy
Clucko the Chicken (a coin flip), CFN: Army
CONSENSUS PICK: Army

NEXT: Miami University vs UAB Expert Picks Predictions

College Football Expert Picks Predictions Championship Week

College football expert picks and predictions for Championship Week with all the conference title games

College football expert picks, predictions for Championship Week with the conference title games for the American Athletic Conference, ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Conference USA, MAC, Mountain West, Pac-12, SEC and Sun Belt


College Football Expert Picks, Predictions Championship Week

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* next to the pick means the team will win, but not cover.
Click on each game for the game preview and CFN Prediction

Championship Week College Football Expert Picks 
Akron at Buffalo | North Texas at UTSA
Utah vs USC | Kansas State vs TCU
Ohio vs Toledo | Coastal Carolina at Troy
LSU vs Georgia | UCF at Tulane
Fresno St at Boise St | Purdue vs Michigan
North Carolina vs Clemson | Experts Picks Results
Championship Week Schedule, Game Previews, Predictions
College Football Playoff Final Top 25 Prediction
What it means for CFP: Utah beats USC for Pac-12 title

Akron at Buffalo

Line: Buffalo -11.5, o/u: 55.5

Eric Bolin, RazorbacksWire.com: Buffalo
Evan Bredeson, CornhuskersWire.com: Buffalo
Tony Cosolo, ColoradoBuffaloesWire.com: Buffalo
Jeff Feyerer, CFN: Buffalo*
Pete Fiutak, CFN: Buffalo
Cami Griffin, LonghornsWire.com: Buffalo
Dan Harralson, VolsWire.com: Buffalo
Phil Harrison, BuckeyesWire.com: Buffalo*
Jeremy Mauss, MWwire.com Buffalo
Kevin McGuire, NittanyLionsWire.com: Buffalo*
Big Game Ben Niewoehner, CFN Buffalo*
E, CFN Buffalo
Tyler Nettuno, LSUTigerswire.com Buffalo
Zack Pearson, TarHeelswire.com Buffalo
Johnny Rosenstein, SportsBookWire.com: Buffalo*
Nick Shepkowski, FightingIrishWire.com: Buffalo
Scott Steehn, WinnersandWhiners.com: Buffalo
Joe Vitale, UGAWire.com: Buffalo*
Clucko the Chicken (a coin flip), CFN: Akron
CONSENSUS PICK: Buffalo

NEXT: North Texas at UTSA Expert Picks Predictions

College Football Schedule Game Previews Scoreboard Predictions Championship Week

College football schedule, predictions, game previews, lines, scoreboard, and TV listings for Championship Week

College football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, scoreboard, and TV listings for the 2022 Championship Week


College Football Championship Week Schedule

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Click on each game for the preview and prediction

College Football Playoff Final Top 25 Prediction
What it means for CFP: Utah beats USC for Pac-12 title

ACC Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 74-34, ATS 60-46-2, o/u 69-38-1

Saturday, December 3

Clemson vs North Carolina
Prediction: Clemson 44, North Carolina 34
Line: Clemson -7.5, o/u: 63.5
Final Score: Clemson 39, North Carolina 10
North Carolina vs Clemson Experts Picks

American Athletic Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 69-20, ATS 53-36, o/u 54-35 

Saturday, December 3

UCF at Tulane
Prediction: Tulane 31, UCF 27
Line: Tulane -3.5, o/u: 56.5
Final Score: Tulane 45, UCF 28
UCF at Tulane Experts Picks

Big Ten Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 83-22, ATS 65-38, o/u 57-45

Saturday, December 3

Purdue vs Michigan
Prediction: Michigan 34, Purdue 17
Line: Michigan -16.5, o/u: 51.5
Final Score: Michigan 43, Purdue 22
Purdue vs Michigan Experts Picks

Big 12 Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 50-25, ATS 32-41-2, o/u 48-28

Saturday, December 3

Kansas State vs TCU
Prediction: TCU 34, Kansas State 31
Line: TCU -1.5, o/u: 61.5
Final Score: Kansas State 31, TCU 28 OT
Kansas State vs TCU Experts Picks

Conference USA Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 64-21, ATS 40-45, o/u 51-34

Friday, December 2

North Texas at UTSA
Prediction: UTSA 41, North Texas 31
Line: UTSA -8.5, o/u: 67.5
Final Score: UTSA 48, North Texas 27
North Texas at UTSA Experts Picks

Independents

Independent Results So Far
Straight Up 51-26, ATS 36-39, o/u 45-30

Saturday, December 3

Valparaiso at New Mexico State
Prediction: New Mexico State 44, Valparaiso 17
Line: New Mexico State -31, o/u: 55
Final Score: New Mexico State 65, Valparaiso 3

Saturday, December 10

Army vs Navy
3:00 CBS
Line: Army -1.5, o/u: 33.5
Final Score: COMING  

MAC Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 61-34, ATS 53-40-1, o/u 53-42-1

Friday, December 2

Akron at Buffalo 
Prediction: Buffalo 34, Akron 23
Line: Buffalo -12.5, o/u: 54.5
Final Score: Buffalo 23, Akron 22
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Saturday, December 3

MAC Championship: Toledo vs Ohio
Prediction: Ohio 30, Toledo 27
Line: Toledo -1.5, o/u: 55.5
Final Score: Toledo 17, Ohio 7
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Mountain West Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 75-20, ATS 46-49, o/u 47-48

Saturday, December 3

Fresno State at Boise State
Prediction: Fresno State 30, Boise State 27
Line: Boise State -3.5, o/u: 54.5
Final Score: Fresno State 28, Boise State 16
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Pac-12 Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 69-20, ATS 43-46, o/u 42-48

Friday, December 2

Utah vs USC
Prediction: USC 38, Utah 34
Line: USC -2.5, o/u: 67.5
Final Score: Utah 47, USC 24
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SEC Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 83-31, ATS 68-45, o/u 56-55

Saturday, December 3

LSU vs Georgia
Prediction: Georgia 37, LSU 16
Line: Georgia -17.5, o/u: 50.5
Final Score: Georgia 50, LSU 30
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Sun Belt Conference Championship

Results So Far
Straight Up 80-37, ATS 61-55, o/u 68-47

Saturday, December 3

Coastal Carolina at Troy
Prediction: Troy 27, Coastal Carolina 24
Line: Troy -10.5, o/u: 48.5
Final Score: Troy 45, Coastal Carolina 26
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Georgia vs LSU SEC Championship game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the SEC Championship Week game on Saturday, December 3

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Georgia vs LSU How To Watch

Date: Saturday, December 3
Game Time: 4:00 ET
Venue: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
How To Watch: CBS
Record: Georgia (12-0), LSU (9-3)
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Why LSU Will Win

The pressure is totally off.

That’s not necessarily a good thing – whiffing against Texas A&M in a 38-23 loss last week kept LSU from being able to make a case for the College Football Playoff with a win in the SEC Championship – but now the team can turn it loose.

This is WAY ahead of where things were supposed to be under Brian Kelly.

The first year was supposed to be good, but Alabama was supposed to be in Atlanta this Saturday. If it wasn’t Alabama, it was going to be Texas A&M. If it wasn’t A&M, if might have been Ole Miss. It certainly wasn’t supposed to be LSU coming off a dud of a 6-7 2021 and in need of a slight rebuild.

The team is playing with house money. There might not be a national championship this season, but an SEC Championship? That would be massive.

On the flip side, the pressure is off Georgia, too.

It can say it really wants to win this, but it’s in the College Football Playoff no matter what. If LSU brings the intensity, this could be more than just interesting.

Do pull this off, though, the running game has to continue to work. It’s averaging five yards per carry, and it at least has to come close. Georgia hasn’t allowed five yards per pop yet this year, but Missouri hung around averaging 4.9, Oregon ran well even though it got destroyed. Just about everyone else who couldn’t run got blasted.

That means QB Jayden Daniels has to be on the move from the start, the offense has to convert on third downs – it’s second-best in the conference at that – and it has to keep the clock moving. Georgia can strike quickly, but the more LSU can grind this out, the better.

The O should be efficient, Daniels is accurate, and …

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Why Georgia Will Win

You don’t think Stetson Bennett and that crew wants this?

The 2021 Georgia team was epic. It broke through and gave the school its first national championship since 1980.

It wasn’t the SEC Champion.

The 2021 Dawgs lost to Alabama 41-24 last year, and that means the 2022 version loaded with a whole slew of new starters and parts doesn’t get that. This is this team’s chance to put a stamp on its own legacy. Of course, it needs to win the national title to make this season a true success, but around that program, yeah, this matters.

Georgia has to strike fast. This isn’t exactly one of those teams that needs momentum to win, but when it gets rolling early, forget it.

LSU is hardly bad in the first quarters of games, but defensively the first is the worst allowing 71 points – it scored 74, by the way.

Georgia has outscored its opponents 101 to 16 in the first quarter and 244 to 60 in the first half.

LSU has the pop to come back and make this a battle even if it gets down, but that’s a big ask. Georgia is No. 1 in the SEC and fifth in the nation in third down conversions, No. 1 in the SEC and third overall in third down stops, and No. 1 in the SEC and seventh overall in time of possession.

Get up fast, take the air out of ball with the running game and effective drives. That starts with the lines, and it continues with Bennett who should be able to hit the third down throws against this secondary without a problem.

There won’t be any reason to take any big chances.

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What’s Going To Happen

Yes, LSU beat Alabama. Alabama isn’t playing defense like Georgia is. No one is playing defense like Georgia is.

It’s going to start with the nation’s second-best run defense – James Madison is No. 1, by the way. LSU is 0-2 – going to Florida State and Tennessee – when it failed to get to 140 rushing yards, and so far this year only Oregon was able to run on the Dawgs for 140 and they lost 49-3.

Daniels really is that good, and he’s going to have to get hot right away, but he can only run so much.

LSU won’t get steamrolled, but Georgia will score early and keep it all steadily going. There will be a few big plays, but it’ll be a methodical SEC Championship win.

Get comfortable. Georgia will be back in Mercedes-Benz Stadium on December 31st for the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and the first round of the College Football Playoff.

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Georgia vs LSU SEC Championship Prediction, Line

Georgia 37, LSU 16
Line: Georgia -18.5, o/u: 50.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
Georgia vs LSU SEC Championship Must See Rating (out of 5): 4

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Fresno State vs Boise State How To Watch

Date: Saturday, December 3
Game Time: 4:00 ET
Venue: Albertsons Stadium, Boise, ID
How To Watch: FOX
Record: Fresno State (8-4), Boise State (9-3)
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Why Fresno State Will Win

Fresno State didn’t have its guy the first time around.

It held up well in the meeting with Boise State with the score tied at 20 late in the third quarter before allowing 20 unanswered points in the 40-20 loss. Bulldog QB Logan Fife struggled without a slew of downfield completions with no touchdowns with two picks.

That was the last time Fresno State lost.

Fife and the team picked it back up with two straight wins after losing in Boise, and then star QB Jake Haener returned and everything took off.

Starting with a miraculous comeback to beat San Diego State, the Bulldogs got rolling from there. The O led the Mountain West in yards and scoring, it’s great on third downs, and it lost just one turnover in the last four games.

Boise State was able to get by Utah State last week despite allowing over 300 passing yards. It lost the other two games when it for over 200 passing yards – BYU threw for 377 and Oregon State went for 292 – and faced no one else that could throw, a Haener-less Fresno State team aside.

However …

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Why Boise State Will Win

There’s something about San Diego State that allowed the stars of the Mountain West to find themselves.

Fresno State’s season kicked it into gear with two touchdowns in 13 seconds, and Boise State’s run to the Mountain West title game got rolling in the second half of the 35-13 win over the Aztecs. That’s when the rushing attack became almost unstoppable.

Air Force was able to keep it down, and BYU allowed just 104 yards in Boise State’s only loss over the last eight games, but it has been dominant on the ground with 200 yards or more in six of the last eight games after sputtering a wee bit to start the season.

The Broncos are 7-0 when running for 140 yards or more. Fresno State is 1-4 when allowing 160 rushing yards or more.

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What’s Going To Happen

It’ll be cold in Boise on Saturday, but the weather won’t affect the Fresno State passing game enough to matter.

The Boise State defense might be fantastic, but it also piled up big stats against a slew of teams that couldn’t do anything offensively.

It got San Diego State before Jalen Mayden took over – the O hit just 2-of-16 passes.

New Mexico finish the regular season with the nation’s worst offense. Colorado State wasn’t far off, Nevada was 122nd in the nation, Wyoming 117th, San Diego State 116th.

It beat the teams with struggling offenses and lost or had problems with the ones that could get past 300 yards. Fresno State will get past 300 yards.

It’s not like Fresno State beat a slew of teams with killer offenses, either – it played a lot of the same teams Boise State did. But Boise State will be able to run the ball.

The passing attack will overcome the running game in a fun 60-minute fight.

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Fresno State vs Boise State Mountain West Championship Prediction, Line

Fresno State 30, Boise State 27
Line: Boise State -3.5, o/u: 54.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
Fresno State vs Boise State Mountain West Championship Must See Rating (out of 5): 4

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UCF vs Tulane American Athletic Conference Championship Prediction Game Preview

UCF vs Tulane American Athletic Conference Championship game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Championship Week game on Saturday, December 3

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UCF vs Tulane How To Watch

Date: Saturday, December 3
Game Time: 4:00 ET
Venue: Yulman Stadium, New Orleans, LA
How To Watch: ABC
Record: UCF (9-3), Tulane (10-2)
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Why UCF Will Win

What did UCF do right a few weeks ago in the 38-31 win at Tulane? The passing attack wasn’t anything special, but the defense came up with two takeaways. The D struggled in the second half after the O came up with a 31-14 lead, but the running game took over when it had to.

The offense finished the regular season as the best in the AAC, it was the best on the ground, and it lead the way on third downs. To do it again, it all starts with the offensive line taking over right away and the running game rolling for well over 200 yards again.

The Knights mixed it up with QB John Rhys Plumlee running for 176 yards, running backs Isaiah Bowser and RJ Harvey combined for 137 yards, and that wasn’t even their best rushing performance of the season.

200 yards is the norm for the UCF ground game with 300 or more in four games. Tulane’s defense has been good overall but the line doesn’t get in the backfield enough, the disruption isn’t there, and …

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Why Tulane Will Win

Tulane’s defense didn’t generate any takeaways in the first meeting. That’s not the norm.

UCF didn’t turn the ball over in the win. That’s not the norm.

UCF is -5 on the year in turnover margin with six in the last two games and 13 over the last five – the Tulane game was the only one without a giveaway in the bunch. It gave it up multiple times in six of the last ten games.

On the flip side. Tulane beat SMU with five takeaways, got by Memphis with four, and force multiple takeaways in five games, winning them all on the way to finishing +7 in turnover margin.

Tulane’s offense is efficient, effective, and controlling. No, it can’t hang yard-for-yard with UCF if this gets into a battle of ground attacks, but it can keep the other O on the sidelines for long stretches.

But it needs those takeaways.

Not only is Tulane 8-0 when it forces at least one turnover, but it won by double-digits in all five games with multiple takeaways. Which is why …

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What’s Going To Happen

Tulane will win this and be off to the Cotton Bowl with a good enough defensive performance to survive.

It’ll give up yards, and UCF’s offense will take over at times, but the turnovers will be there. Tulane will be +2 in turnover margin, and that will be just enough of a difference.

That, and the running of Tyjae Spears. The star back was used as a workhorse last week with 35 carries for 181 yards and two scores in the win over Cincinnati, but that’s not normally his his role. He ripped off big yards in the first meeting with UCF, and in this he’ll take over late.

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UCF vs Tulane American Athletic Conference Championship Prediction, Line

Tulane 31, UCF 27
Line: Tulane -3.5, o/u: 56.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
UCF vs Tulane American Athletic Conference Championship Must See Rating (out of 5): 4.5

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TCU vs Kansas State How To Watch

Date: Saturday, December 3
Game Time: 12:00 ET
Venue: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
How To Watch: ABC
Record: TCU (12-0), Kansas State (9-3)
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Why Kansas State Will Win

Kansas State can absolutely pull this off.

It had a rough game against Texas, and there were quarterback issues in the first meeting with TCU – which turned out okay, but losing Adrian Martinez early changed the plan – but this team has the style and makeup to be terrific in this.

Best of all, there’s no real pressure.

Of course there’s a little bit – it would be nice to wear the 2022 Big 12 Champion t-shirt – but lose, and it’s almost certainly off to the Sugar Bowl. Win, and it’s off to the Sugar Bowl while potentially screwing up TCU’s shot at the College Football Playoff.

It’s been lost with all the big things TCU has done, but Kansas State has been even more dominant at times with six wins by double-digits including the last three games to get here. It’s No. 1 in the Big 12 in scoring defense, No. 2 in turnover margin, and No. 2 behind Oklahoma in rushing.

The ground game didn’t stop once Will Howard stepped in at quarterback, but  the offense as a whole has been stronger.

Deuce Vaughn continues to be a terror, Martinez will step in here and there to add a wrinkle to the mix, and the improved passing game under Howard has made everything more explosive. There’s a reason Kansas State is 4-0 when Howard starts.

But it’s about the run. As long as the Wildcats are averaging five yards per carry or more, they’ll be a problem.

TCU has allowed five yards or more per carry four times. Once was in the blowout over Iowa State last week, two other times were the close calls against Baylor and Kansas, and …

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Why TCU Will Win

Kansas State ran well in the first meeting and still lost.

Keep doubting TCU. Keep thinking that “this is the week” reality finally hits.

The team keep playing with more and more confidence, it found a great offensive mix that can adapt and adjust on the fly, and it helps top have the most dangerous passing combination in college football outside of Knoxville – at least before Hendon Hooker was lost for the year with a knee injury.

Max Duggan is in the Heisman race. America might not know who he is, but depending on what Caleb Williams does or doesn’t do in USC’s Pac-12 Championship game against Utah on Friday night, at the very least the chance will be there to be a finalist.

All Duggan has done is throw 29 touchdown passes with three picks to go along with five touchdown runs as the leader of this year’s out-of-the-blue College Football Playoff team. He hit Kansas State for 280 yards and three touchdowns in the first meeting.

Quenton Johnston caught four of those passes for 74 yards and a touchdown. He missed the Iowa State game with an ankle injury, but he’s ready to go for one of the most dangerous downfield passing attacks in the country. But just like it is for the other side, it’s the ground game that’s going to matter.

Kansas State is 1-3 when allowing 160 rushing yards or more and 8-0 when it doesn’t. TCU has been just fine in the time of possession battle, and it has the deep threat pop in Duggan-to-Johnston, but it’s that running game that averages close to 200 yards per game that should set the tone.

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What’s Going To Happen

Who takes a punch better than TCU? It’s going to have to do it again.

It’s not like it’s more dominant in the fourth quarter – it scored 127 in the first and 127 in the fourth – but time and again the team was able to rally back and come through when needed.

Kansas State will get out to a hot start. The almost perfect balance will shine through with a great first two scoring drives to set the tone, but everything will settle in from there.

Midway through the third, TCU will finally come through with the drive to take over – and will wrap up the College Football Playoff. As long as Kansas State doesn’t win by a bajillion, there won’t be a whole lot for the Horned Frogs to worry about. Any and all concerns would go away with a win.

Forget the Iowa State game, TCU isn’t going to take down a game like this without a little drama. It’ll be a fun back-and-forth fight with the Horned Frogs hanging on late.

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TCU vs Kansas State Big 12 Championship Prediction, Line

TCU 34, Kansas State 31
Line: TCU -2.5, o/u: 61.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 3
TCU vs Kansas State Big 12 Championship Must See Rating (out of 5): 5
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