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Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida State sophomore defensive end Josh Sweat will play against UNC on Saturday. He missed last week's game following surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Richt gets a rare double rainbow for his visit to a youth league in Ft Lauderdale...

Bryan Jaroch ESPN Producer 

BYU's True Blue Hero at practice today. Amazing scene for Lucy, a 5-year old battling cancer. Keep Lucy in your thoughts and prayers.

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Kevin Gemmell ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona has ruled out the following players for Saturday's game at UCLA: QB Anu Solomon (knee), FB Jamardre Cobb (knee), LB DeAndre' Miller (ankle), WR Shawn Poindexter (foot), NG Parker Zellers (knee) and RB JJ Taylor (ankle -- out indefinitely). RB Nick Wilson (ankle) is listed as questionable and S Tellas Jones (ankle) is probable.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the RVs already parked a few hundred yards west of Clemson's Memorial Stadium. The lot starting is already starting to fill in anticipation for Saturday's game.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst addressed the season-ending back injury to kicker Rafael Gaglianone and his confidence in replacement Andrew Endicott moving forward. On Gaglianone, Chryst said, "It's another chance for him to reassess now and come out of it better."

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Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Key matchup to watch in the Wisconsin-Michigan showdown: the Badgers' secondary vs. the Wolverines' receivers. None of Wisconsin's starters in the secondary is over 5-foot-11, while Michigan can throw to Amara Darboh (6-2) and Jehu Chesson (6-3), not to mention 6-6 TE Jake Butt. Wisconsin's defense has been impossible to run against, so the passing game will be crucial for Michigan.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

TCU is rolling out a new black helmet on Saturday for its game against Oklahoma and is asking fans to "Blackout The Carter." That oversized purple Frog outline is a pretty sharp look.

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Penn State coach James Franklin is not on the hot seat, according to athletic director Sandy Barbour. She told the Altoona (Pa.) Mirror on Wednesday that, "He's not on the hot seat, and he's not going to be on the hot seat in December." Penn State is currently 2-2 with upcoming games against Minnesota and Maryland.