The Tigers could finish with a 5-5 record this season and might have featured in a bowl game after the NCAA waived eligibility rules.
A total of 55 games have been postponed or canceled through the first 11 weeks of the college football season.
Week 6 of the college football season features the Red River Showdown and ranked matchups for Clemson, Georgia and Florida.
The Tigers look to make it three wins in three games when they host Virginia in a rematch of last season's ACC Championship Game.
The Deep South's Oldest Rivalry headlines Week 5 of the college football season, with both Georgia and Auburn looking for a second consecutive win.
The No. 2-ranked Crimson Tide is a 17.5-point favorite against the No. 13-ranked Aggies as both teams look to improve to 2-0.
After a record-breaking performance in the season opener against Ole Miss, Florida's offense looks to deliver again when the Gators host South Carolina.
Two ranked matchups headline Week 5 as No. 2 Alabama hosts No. 13 Texas A&M, while No. 4 Georgia welcomes No. 7 Auburn.
Tua Tagovailoa is gone but the Crimson Tide looks to rebound from losing two games in the same season for the first time since 2010.
After going 15-0 last season, the Tigers begin their title defense with a vastly different-looking team.
No. 4 Georgia begins the season as the second-favorite behind Alabama to win the SEC title, while Arkansas kicks off a new era under Sam Pittman.
The first ranked matchup of the season between ranked SEC programs sees No. 8 Auburn host No. 23 Kentucky.
Florida's third season under Dan Mullen begins with the Gators' first trip to Oxford since 2007, while Ole Miss kicks off the Lane Kiffin era.
After kicking off their season with a dominating win over Missouri State two weeks ago, the Sooners face their first Big 12 matchup of the campaign on Saturday.
Alabama begins the season as the bookmakers' favorite to win the SEC title, while defending champions LSU face a tough task to repeat last season's triumph.
The 88th SEC season gets underway on Saturday at 12 p.m. ET after a two-week delay because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Week 4 of the college football season marks the beginning of the SEC season, with Alabama, Georgia and defending champion LSU all in action.
The first matchup of the season among ranked programs in the ACC pits the No. 17 Hurricanes against the No. 18 Cardinals.
The No. 1 team in the AP Top 25 Rankings makes its home debut on Saturday in its only non-conference game of the season.
The Fighting Irish climbed to No. 7 in the AP Top 25 Rankings and will be looking to make it two wins in two games this season.
No.1-ranked Clemson plays its only non-conference game of the season on Saturday, while Oklahoma has a bye.
The Tigers begin the season as the No.1-ranked team in the preseason polls as they look for a second national title in three years.
The Fighting Irish play their first-ever conference game on Saturday when they make their ACC debut against the Blue Devils.
Clemson and Oklahoma begin their season on Saturday, with another five top-25 ranked programs also in action.
A host of FBS programs return to action over Labor Day weekend as the college football season gets underway in earnest.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and Ohio State's Ryan Day have all called for college football to go ahead in the fall.
At least one player from every Power 5 conferences has opted out of the upcoming season, which remains in jeopardy due to COVID-19.
The Clemson head coach came out in support of the players-led movements that have spoken in favor of the college football season going ahead as planned.
From Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence to Ohio State signal caller Justin Fields, some of college's football biggest stars have publicly called for the season to start as scheduled.
The fifth season of the Emmy Award-nominated series premiered on Tuesday, but the show will turn its focus to college basketball next year.