A ranking of the best collegiate football programs in America.
College football is one of the most popular sports in the United States, and the games have become so popular that ESPN and the National Football League have created a division of their own called the “College Football Playoff.”
The winner will take home the National Championship.
The College Football Playoff, also known as the National College Football Championship, is held each year during the NFL regular season and plays from Jan. 6 through Feb. 9.
There are a total of 25 teams competing in the College Football Playoffs, and this year’s winner will play against the winner of the last two years’ playoff games.
The first four games of the College, College, and College-style Playoffs will take place this year, and teams will face off in four games, two of which will be played in Arlington, Texas, the site of the National Rifle Association headquarters.
The winner of these four games will play the winner from last year’s College, University, and University-style Playoff, which was played in 2015.
The other two games will be in Dallas, Texas and Tampa, Florida.
The NCAA is the national governing body for college football.
The College, the College-type Playoffs, the NFL, and many other sports leagues are also run by the NCAA.
The NCAA is comprised of 32 member associations with more than 150,000 members who collectively oversee all aspects of college sports.
For more NCAA college football news, visit the NCAA Football page on ESPN.com.