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No. 2 Miami stunned by Pitt

Pittsburgh hands Miami its first loss of the season with a 24-14 upset.

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Milton pitches to Killins Jr. for UCF TD.

McKenzie Milton fakes the pitch and then actually pitches to Adrian Killins Jr. for a 5-yard touchdown.

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SEC West

Fitzgerald suffers dislocated ankle.

As Mississippi State QB Nick Fitzgerald was taken off the field, he pumped his fist and encouraged his teammates.

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Iron Bowl

Alabama-Auburn, 3:30 p.m. ET, Saturday

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Tebow likes Bama to win Iron Bowl.

Tim Tebow recognizes that Auburn has momentum going in, but still predicts Alabama to come out on top.

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Championship Drive


Big 12

Finebaum says Mayfield needs to shut up.

Paul Finebaum believes Sooners QB Baker Mayfield is getting let off easy for his unsportsmanlike actions last week against Kansas.

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Mayfield's punishment overshadowing OU's senior day.

Baker Mayfield will not start or serve as captain on Saturday against West Virginia as the Sooners look to remain contenders in the College Football Playoff.

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Rivalry Week


High stakes in rivalry week.

The Iron Bowl has playoff implications, and Ohio State hopes to improve its chances with a win in Ann Arbor. Take a look at the Football Power Index to see how things will shake out.

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Coaching Carousel


Pac-12 South

What kind of coach does UCLA need?

Marcus Spears gives insight on who the Bruins need after dismissing Jim Mora.

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Don't count out Ohio State in CFP.

Heather Dinich breaks down the Buckeyes' chances of making the College Football Playoff.

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Heisman Watch

From turkey farmer to superstar

All about bragging rights

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  • Welcome to a wild rivalry week

    Some games, such as Alabama-Auburn, have major playoff implications. Others, such as Ole Miss-Mississippi State, are just about good, old-fashioned hatred. Either way, these are the battles this weekend that make college football great.