- Rape survivor who spoke at Baylor left 'defeated'
- ODU, Charlotte plan 'circle of unity' before anthem
- Source: Georgia RB Chubb (ankle) out vs. Vols
- Saban laments early transfers after Barnett exits
An alleged rape victim who visited Baylor football players in July to discuss sexual assault prevention spoke out Friday about an assistant coach who questioned her visit.
Old Dominion and Charlotte players will form a "circle of unity" on the field before the anthem is played at their game Saturday in response to recent police shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte.
Georgia tailback Nick Chubb will not play Saturday against Tennessee because of an ankle injury, a source confirmed to ESPN. Chubb aggravated the injury at Ole Miss last week.
Speaking after quarterback Blake Barnett's exit was confirmed, Alabama coach Nick Saban had some pointed observations Thursday about players transferring midseason.
Ohio State backup offensive lineman Demetrius Knox will miss 8 weeks after undergoing surgery to fix a broken foot.
The NCAA has issued two new interpretations to guide how officials should identify targeting fouls, one of which is meant to clarify the exact location of the "crown" of the helmet.
Teddy Bridgewater's star turn at Louisville turned heads in South Florida, including that of Lamar Jackson, the Cardinals' current supernova QB.
Tune in to Toledo-BYU, live on ESPN2 and streaming on the ESPN App/WatchESPN.
Louisville takes on Clemson (8 p.m. ET, ABC) and Wisconsin faces Michigan (3:30 p.m. ET, ABC) in a wild weekend that will have lasting playoff implications.
Michigan's Jim Harbaugh is a coaching rock star. Wisconsin's Paul Chryst is more like a soundboard engineer. They seem like polar opposites, but the two are more alike than you realize.
They are photos that show a side of Jim Harbaugh and Michigan rarely seen. Pulitzer-winning photographer David Turnley and Harbaugh explain the stories behind some of their favorite pictures.
There's something about the Watt family, Wisconsin and hitting people. T.J. Watt, the Big Ten sacks leader, is following in J.J.'s and Derek's footsteps and making a big impact with the Badgers.
Week 5 includes three AP Top 10 matchups in the same week for the first time since 2002. Sharon Katz breaks down the games using ESPN's Football Power Index.
We surveyed a portion of college football's top teams to gauge who was using analytics within their programs. The results were surprising -- and show that CFB is at the dawn of a revolution.
The season at Baylor is uncomfortable and its scandal still simmers. On the field, the Bears are as good as ever. As they become Big 12 favorites, how will the college football world react?
As a coach who built his reputation on defense, Charlie Strong must fix that side of the ball for Texas. Head coaches struggle balancing their expertise with letting assistants do their jobs.
Kenny Hill exploded onto the college football scene at Texas A&M and his crash was just as fast. After more than a year away, TCU's QB has begun to understand his fall and now his return to fame.
In September, espnW's weekly essay series will focus on college football. This week, Brooke Sprow writes about how her love for the Buckeyes followed her to Chicago, New York -- and weddings.
Greg Ward Jr. again showed why he's an early Heisman favorite, but an injury scare revealed just how tenuous Houston's playoff hopes really are.
Louisville's Lamar Jackson and Clemson's Deshaun Watson are regarded as the best "dual-threat" QBs, but they aren't sure what to make of that term.
After kicking off, kickers typically hang back as a safety valve. Penn State's Joey Julius, however, isn't your typical kicker.
Justin Crawford left his night shift fast-food job only when West Virginia coaches made him. He's determined to support his wife and two kids, and now Crawford is the Mountaineers' top rusher.
Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze painted a graphic picture in a speech to his team, hyping them up for their matchup with the Georgia Bulldogs last weekend.
The Cardinal pride themselves on having a bruising run game but with the likes of Christian McCaffrey and Bryce Love, they've got burners as well.
In a clash of A-list QBs, don't be surprised if Deshaun Watson outduels Lamar Jackson. And when it comes to defending Christian McCaffrey, it's the 'hidden yards' Washington needs to watch for.
Stanford and Washington get things started on Friday (9 p.m. ET, ESPN), but there are two other top-10 matchups that should separate some conference races. Go inside each one with our experts.
Things sure have changed since the last time we had three games between top-10 teams in one week. A look at new faces in powerful places, plus a suggestion for the Big 12 and a final note on LSU.
In court Friday in Utah, suspended USC LB Osa Masina was ordered to stay away from the woman accusing him of rape.
Washington really pulling everything out for this game. Honored the 1991 national title team and the family of legendary coach Don James. As much as the Huskies seem to be avoiding the hype, they're happy to be putting this program back on the map.
Ryan Burns completes a 19-yard TD pass to JJ Arcega-Whiteside for the Cardinal's first score of the game. Washington leads 30-6.
Washington's Psalm Wooching forces a fumble by Ryan Burns on fourth down at the Washington 12-yard line. Keishawn Bierria recovered for the Huskies. Washington leads 30-0 in third quarter,
Washington's dominance in this game is reflected by just about every imaginable number, but third and fourth down are pretty telling. Stanford has converted just one of its seven third down plays and is 0 for 2 on fourth down. The Huskies are 4 for 7 on third down and haven't had to bother with fourth down. Oh and Washington has seven sacks compared to zero for Stanford. In fact, Stanford doesn't have a tackle for a loss.
Toledo's Logan Woodside finds Jon'Vea Johnson for a long touchdown pass to cut BYU's lead to 21-14 late in the first quarter.
BYU's Dayan Lake intercepts a pass from Toledo's Logan Woodside and returns it 49 yards to the Toldeo 13. BYU punched the ball into the end zone a short time later to give the Cougars a 21-7 first quarter lead.
Ben Edwards muffs a punt and it is recovered by Washington's Lavon Coleman at the 40-yard line. The Huskies scored five plays later on an eight-yard TD run by Myles Gaskin to take a 30-0 lead.
Washington is whipping Stanford on both lines of scrimmage, holding them to 2.8 yards per play at half. By that metric, this is the worst Cardinal offensive performance since Jim Harbaugh began the program's turnaround in 2007.
Terry Swanson runs eight yards for the score as Toledo ties the game at 7-7 in the first quarter,
Stanford head coach David Shaw had a long spirited conversation with an official and referee, Mark Duddy at the end of the first half. He was about as fired up as I've ever seen him.
BYU's Taysom Hill finds Jonah Trinnaman streaking down the left sideline on the first play of the game against Toledo for a 75-yard TD.
No. 10 Washington, up 23-zip over No. 7 Stanford at the break, essentially ended the first half with its 6th sack of the game, capping probably the most impressive halves of football in Husky Stadium since… well… since they beat Miami in 2000. Washington outgained the Cardinal 225 yards to 83. Huskies QB Jake Browning dominated the first half with downfield throws, going 5-for-6 for 113 yards with a TD on throws of 10+ yards. This is Stanford's second-largest halftime deficit in the last 10 years. Now the question is can the Huskies close the deal and avoid the second-half letup? While Stanford isn't built for scoring a bunch of points quickly, but it certainly is capable of putting pressure on the Huskies.
Stanford is 1-7 in their last 8 games when they were shutout in the first half. They are currently trailing No. 10 Washington 23-0.
So impressed with the Huskies' defense tonight -- six first-half sacks. Since 2008 Stanford hasn't allowed more than five sacks in a single game (and the Cardinal have only done that three times- ASU 2013, UCLA 2012, UND 2008). Joe Mathis and Psalm Wooching have two apiece.
Jake Browning finds John Ross for a 19-yard TD to give Washington a 23-0 lead over Stanford in the waning minutes of the first half. Browning has thrown 2 TDs in the half.
Follow college football as fan and this is first I've heard of Jake Browning. He'll probably be in Heisman race by Saturday night.
The last time someone in CFB could say the Univ. of Washington Huskies are bigger, faster and stronger than STAN? Decades...
CBS Sports Net: Mike Lee drops Chris Traietti for 8-count in the second.
Stanford players starting to show some frustration against Washington's tenacious defense. LT A.T. Hall erupted at himself after yielding a third-down sack to Washington end Joe Mathis, though you could make a case QB Ryan Burns needs to get rid of the ball faster on third-and-short. Stanford replaced Burns with Keller Chryst hoping for a spark, but neither QB has done much of anything and Burns is back in. Their five combined completions have yielded just 33 yards while the Huskies have dominated the Cardinal running game (0.8 yards per carry). There's a coaching cliche that if you play two quarterbacks you don't have one. So far that's the case with Stanford.