Which college football teams will benefit most from a shift in schedule strength?
How do the numbers stack up against Insider's College Football Future Power Rankings? Brian Fremeau finds out by projecting the top 10 teams most likely to reach the playoff in the next three seasons.
Brian Fremeau projects the top 25 teams in college football after spring practices have wrapped up. The Alabama Crimson Tide lead the list.
Brian Fremeau checks in with the top 10 projected teams in college football for the 2014 season. Alabama and Oregon lead the list.
As the BCS era draws to a close, Brian Fremeau ranks all 32 participants in the BCS title games. The 2004 USC Trojans come in at No. 1.
Using a weighted performance rating system, Brian Fremeau identifies four college football teams on the rise heading into the 2014 season. Wisconsin tops the list.
Brian Fremeau compares this year's Alabama team to its national championship predecessors of the recent past, seeing how the current edition of the Crimson Tide measures up.
Brian Fremeau identifies the five remaining games that will have the biggest impact on the BCS title race.
Brian Fremeau highlights the five teams whose win total projections rose the most after Week 1: Washington, Michigan, Northern Illinois, Fresno State and LSU.
Brian Fremeau takes a look at tough schedule stretches facing several BCS title contenders, which could help shape the national championship race.
Brian Fremeau runs his post-spring projections for the SEC, giving his projected order of finish as well as win range windows and conference title chances for every team.
With Alabama unsurprisingly ranking at the top of Brian Fremeau's SEC projections for the 2013 season, Fremeau ranks the five teams most likely to beat out the Crimson Tide for the SEC title.
Brian Fremeau ranks the 10 BCS title game participants of the last five seasons, explaining what it means for this season's matchup between Alabama and Notre Dame.
Brian Fremeau examines the five teams that were the luckiest in college football this season and what they need to do next year to avoid taking a step back.
Brian Fremeau ranks eight national title contenders that currently have one loss by the likelihood that each will go the rest of the season without losing. While No. 18 Texas A&M could surprise, the outlook isn't great for No. 6 LSU.
Brian Fremeau of Football Outsiders projects the best records in college football through Week 5, Week 10 and the end of the regular season.