From the Myrtle Beach Bowl on Dec. 16 to the College Football Playoff national championship game on Jan. 8, there will be 42 postseason games.
The final drive included a controversial late hit on Patrick Mahomes, a pass interference that wasn't called and an ejection after Isiah Pacheco threw a punch.
The Seminoles ended up the fifth wheel, on the outside looking in. But the reason they were jilted goes far beyond the 13 people on the selection committee.
Christian McCaffrey couldn't sell it.
Jason Fitz and Frank Schwab react to every game from the Week 13 NFL Sunday slate as they attempt to get ahead of the biggest storylines of the week and give their instant analysis to every game. Fitz and Frank start off by highlighting a wild Sunday night game, where Jordan Love and the Green Bay Packers made a statement that they are to be taken seriously in a tight NFC Wild Card race. The San Francisco 49ers left no doubt that they should be atop everyone's power rankings this week and the race for the first overall pick is heating up with the Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots both refusing to win games. Later, Fitz and Frank react to each and every game from the weekend, highlighting the Los Angeles Rams on a win streak and staying in the playoff hunt, C.J. Stroud and the rest of the AFC South continuing to outperform expectations, Tyreek Hill for MVP (again) and much more. The dynamic duo finish off the episode by looking ahead to the Monday night game, as the Jacksonville Jaguars will attempt to keep rolling against a Joe Burrow-less Cincinnati Bengals.
The Chargers were bad in Sunday's 6-0 victory, but at least they could point across the field and say, "we're not those guys."
The in-season tournament knockout round begins Monday.
Taylor Swift made the trek to Lambeau Field on Sunday night to take in yet another Chiefs game.
Drinkwitz could hardly contain himself as he sent the ESPN studio crew into uncontrolled laughter.
With Brock Purdy and a healthy complement of weapons on offense, San Francisco looks unstoppable.
The Eagles head of security took one for the team.
Ultimately, the committee cited the criteria that allows it to factor in injuries when deciding the playoff field.
The Texans keep winning, and their head coach is looking very good.
Bad weather and a Kenny Pickett injury hurt the Steelers on Sunday.
Florida State is the first undefeated Power Five team to miss out on the four-team playoff.
Five teams have legitimate cases. Only four teams will get a berth.
“I feel like my game’s not that far off, but I need to get in better shape.”
Hill and his Dolphins teammates are celebrating his record season in style.
Flagg, the No. 1 player in the country in the Class of 2024 and a Duke commit, did it all for the Eagles.
The Bills have had multiple players suffer scary injuries, dating back to last season.