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Corso's pick: Louisville vs. Clemson (1:14)
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Ben Boulware's brotherly inspiration (4:17)
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NCAA clarifies rules on helmet-to-helmet hits

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.

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Baylor is good, and that could be a problem

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?

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Finebaum thinks Saban is being a hypocrite (1:56)
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Old Dominion head coach focused on unity (2:07)
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Can Jackson sustain his hot start and win the Heisman? (1:07)
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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nothing out of the ordinary in Lincoln during the national anthem after a politically charged week. Both teams, as usual, were in their locker rooms during its playing, which came after a moment of silence for longtime former Nebraska offensive line coach Milt Tenopir, who died this week.

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

#hobnailedboot

Interception seals win for Florida

Florida's Nick Washington picks off Vanderbilt QB Wade Freebeck near midfield with 1:01 left in the game. The No. 23 Gators hold on for a 13-6 win in Nashville.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

On the Nebraska bench.

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

No rust after the bye week for No. 2 Ohio State. The Buckeyes picked up where they left off with a record-setting offensive performance and pitched a defensive shutout to cruise past Rutgers to open Big Ten play with a 58-0 win.

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

The Vols are here too. Classic road whites.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Hillary Clinton? Donald Trump? The Auburn student section has another candidate in mind for this year's presidential election ... Daniel Carlson. The junior kicker is a perfect 12 of 12 on field goals this season for Auburn.

Gators lead in ugly game in Nashville

The Vanderbilt punter mishandles the snap and Florida recovers. Then Florida fumbled in the red zone. The No. 23 Gators lead 13-6 in the fourth quarter on SEC Network.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

We'll learn more about Miami next week against Florida State, but Mark Richt and his assistants have done an exceptional job. Depth was a major concern for the Canes entering the season, especially on defense, but coordinator Manny Diaz and his staff are improving the unit. Miami entered today leading the FBS in points allowed (7.7) and percentage of plays for zero or negative yards (48.6). The defense wasn't as sharp at Georgia Tech but still contributed a touchdown and allowed just three conversions on 12 third-down attempts.

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Not a bad day at the office for J.T. Barrett: Set a school record for passing touchdowns in the first half, spend the entire fourth quarter watching the Ohio State offense from the sideline.

Iowa responds with long TD drive

After falling behind to Northwestern by two scores, Iowa responded with a 9-play, 75-yard drive. LeShun Daniels Jr.'s 1-yard run makes it a 7-point game in the fourth quarter on ESPNU.

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Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

We are betwinx them hedges.

Foreman suffers apparent injury

Texas RB D'Onta Foreman is helped off the field after suffering an apparent injury. Foreman had 146 yards and 2 TDs in the game.

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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington's win was the first time this decade that Stanford or Oregon lost to another Pac-12 North team (other than themselves) by more than one score. In fact, the Cardinal and Ducks were 48-2 against the rest of the Pac-12 North this decade before the Huskies' win. We are finally witnessing a transfer in the balance of power in that division.

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Amba Etta-Tawo is the first Syracuse player to record 5 straight 100-yard receiving games. The closest any Orange player previously came was 1995, when Marvin Harrison had 5 in a 6-game stretch. Etta-Tawo is the 10th player in program history to have 5 100-yard receiving games. All of these stats are courtesy of ESPN Stats and Information.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia RB Nick Chubb (ankle) is dressed and warming up

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College has built a big lead on Buffalo thanks to its passing game, unusual considering how much the Eagles have relied on the run. But Patrick Towles and an improving receiving corps has allowed BC to have more balance.

Northwestern leads Iowa by two scores

Wildcats QB Clayton Thorson connects with Austin Carr, who holds on after taking a big hit and runs in for the 25-yard TD. Northwestern leads Iowa 38-24 on ESPNU.

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Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

The hat is back. Gus Malzahn swapped out his visor for a hat last week, and Auburn beat LSU. He's going for 2-0 with the hat today against UL Monroe (3:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network).

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

A group of students expected to grow to more than 200 is planning to sit through the national anthem at Florida State. Marvel Joseph, one of the organizers, said he wants to continue the conversation surrounding injustices in America and thanked Colin Kaepernick for inspiring him. "He took his platform to a whole other level. He doesn't have to do it, so I want to use my platform and take stand and sit with him." The group will raise their fists at the end of the anthem. They did not talk to any football players about joining.