- Bama RB Harris suffers ankle injury, day-to-day
- Kenneth Starr: 'Grave injustice' done to Briles
- UM, MSU players raise fists during anthem
- Chubb exits with ankle sprain; Holyfield fills in
Alabama's leading rusher Damien Harris suffered a sprained ankle early in Saturday's game against Kent State and did not return.
Former university president Kenneth Starr says "a grave injustice" was done to "honorable" former Baylor coach Art Briles.
Players for Michigan and Michigan State raised their fists in the air during the national anthem at each teams' respective home games on Saturday.
RB Nick Chubb's status is up in the air after exiting Georgia's loss Saturday with a sprained ankle.
Eastern Michigan University's president, James Smith, said he supported the students who demonstrated peacefully on the field Friday night after the Eagles' victory over Wyoming.
Marshall quarterback Chase Litton will miss Saturday night's game against third-ranked Louisville after suffering a concussion in last week's loss to Akron.
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In case you missed anything on this glorious Week 4 in college football, we've got you covered with everything you need to see from Saturday.
Ole Miss showed how dangerous it can be by rolling past Georgia, and the two-loss Rebels remain dangerous down the stretch in SEC play.
Anyone wondering if No. 11 Wisconsin was legit got their answer on Saturday, with the Badgers earning a convincing road win over No. 8 Michigan State.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott has no issue with players protesting during the national anthem as long as it's done in a respectful way.
Before going back to campus to correct any issues his team might have, Urban Meyer had to make sure the windows at home were as spotless as his record.
Auburn, LSU families brought together through tragedy
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Florida and Tennessee renew their rivalry with the Vols looking to snap an 11-game losing streak. Here are the best signs from College GameDay.
Tennessee will wear its Smokey Grey alternates against Florida; Oregon will dress like its mascot; and Nebraska unveils a white chrome look.
Running back Damien Harris' injured right leg will be the biggest source of concern for Alabama after their shutout victory over Kent State.
North Texas LB Joshua Wheeler has been "slammed pretty hard" on social media by angry Florida fans for his hit on Luke Del Rio.
Texas starting offensive lineman Kent Perkins was arrested early Friday morning on a charge of driving while intoxicated.
What if Oregon redid these iconic uniforms? Alabama, Texas, USC, Oklahoma, Penn State, Ohio State and Nebraska would look a whole lot different.
Is Houston a lock? Candidates are in "limbo" and no one knows if a vote will even happen. For Big 12 expansion, according to many insiders, anything is possible.
We see the brutal injury and celebrate an athlete's return, but we don't often see the painful process of recovery. This is the story of Nick Chubb's remarkable and arduous rehabilitation.
It's hard to find much fault with the Crimson Tide so far this year, but the passing game hasn't been as explosive as envisioned.
Deshaun Watson and Clemson made short work of Georgia Tech and started to look ahead to their showdown with Louisville next week.
As on-field performance and coaching situations change, prospects' verbal commitments could become less solid. A couple of high-profile SEC pledges could be looking elsewhere.
Oregon is planning to wear green jerseys, white pants, orange socks and orange cleats this Saturday versus Colorado. If you're wondering, yes, they do want to look like ducks.
The Trojans' late collapse against the Utes drops them to 1-3, and it feels as if the season is going even worse than that.
Indiana RB Kiante Enis faces two counts of child molestation after admitting to a sexual relationship with "a child 13 years or younger," officials said.
The sophomore class is loaded with talent, but any conversation about college football's rising stars begins and ends with Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson.
A former Texas A&M standout committed an unthinkable crime. How did so many people miss the warning signs?
It's one of the greatest finishes in Big Ten history. Wisconsin, with BCS title game dreams at stake, watched as Michigan State had a Hail Mary prayer answered by the replay officials.
Ohio State's secondary has been a big reason for the Buckeyes' 3-0 start and No. 2 ranking. What other position groups have been a force for the nation's Top 25 teams?
John Wolford is inconsistent as a passer, but Wake Forest coaches are giving Wolford a chance to succeed with first-down throws. He's 5 of 6 throwing on first down, including a 26-yard touchdown. Underdog Wake leads 21-7 at half against Indiana.
Move in day for Oregon students was Thursday so I was expecting this to be the rowdiest game day yet (especially since it's the Ducks' first conference opponent). But, with kick off in less than 10 minutes, the student section isn't even full yet.
Tennessee had five drops in the first half Saturday. That's more drops than the Volunteers had in their previous 10 games combined.
Tonight marks the first time that a Sun Belt school HOSTS a top 10 opponent. Texas State welcomes #6 Houston to Bobcat Stadium (7PM EST, ESPNU). Houston head coach Tom Herman and Texas State head coach Everett Withers both served as coordinators at Ohio State under Urban Meyer. Herman and Withers also coached together at Texas under Mack Brown.
Tennessee jogs into its tunnel to the sound of boos from the home crowd with the Gators up 21-3. Tennessee tied a team-high five drops in a single game all in the first half and got just three points on three trips inside the red zone. This is the second time Tennessee has scored just three points in the first half (Week 1 vs. App State). The Gators have taken care of business in the red zone, scoring three touchdowns on three visits and are out-gaining the Vols 300-162. Florida is also 4 of 7 on third downs, while Tennessee is 3 of 10
Turnovers have made all the difference for Indiana. This team can move down the field with the best of the Big Ten, but Richard Lagow has thrown three picks and Wake Forest has capitalized for the 21-7 halftime lead. The Demon Deacons have 14 points off the turnovers; IU has only punted once.
Michigan's 28 first-half points against Penn State are the most the Wolverines have scored in a first half against the Nittany Lions. This is the sixth first-half shutout for Michigan in the last two seasons, tied with Florida for the most in the FBS during that time.
North Carolina fans and band members held up their fists during the national anthem prior to the Tar Heels' game against Pitt.
It's going to be a hot one when Auburn and LSU kick off at 5 p.m. CT (ESPN). The heat index on the field is over 100 degrees.
The boo birds are out at Notre Dame Stadium at halftime, and why wouldn't they be? The Irish have been sloppy in all three phases so far, allowing redshirt freshman QB Daniel Jones to go 13 of 15 for 147 yards and 2 TDs in leading Duke to a 28-21 lead. The Irish have missed a field goal, given away a fumble and allowed a kick return TD. Additionally, Duke is without its best player in DeVon Edwards (leg). But the Blue Devils have bounced back from an early 14-0 hole, and they'll also get back safety Deondre Singleton, who had to sit the first half because of targeting last week.
Crowd favorite: We're less than two hours from kickoff, and LSU star Leonard Fournette is taking pictures with fans inside Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Syracuse's Amba Etta-Tawo had a school-record 270 receiving yards in the Orange's win at Connecticut. The previous record (249 by Scott Schwedes against Boston College) was set in 1985. The 270 yards are the fourth-most in a game in ACC history.
Don Brown said this week he wanted to force Penn State into a lot of "high freeze" (looking to sideline for the play after initially getting set) to slow things down. He has, and it's working. Michigan has sacks on one-third of the Nittany Lions' pass attempts and has held them to negative-3 rushing yards.
Tennessee gets inside Florida's 5-yard line (again) and Joshua Dobbs throws an interception to Quincy Wilson in the end zone. That makes two trips close to the red zone (seven inside the 10-yard line) with zero points. The Vols also have four drops in this game. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Vols had the lowest drop pct in the SEC this season (2.7 percent). They had only dropped 2 passes in their first 3 games.
Opposing QBs vs Pitt, last 10 quarters: 61-of-92 (66%) for 1,035 yards (11.3 YPA) with 5 TDs and 1 INT. That's not real good.
Player news from Colorado-Oregon: Colorado QB Sefo Liufau -- who was injured versus Michigan last weekend -- is warming up in full uniform in Autzen. Looks like he'll be starting. Oregon running back Royce Freeman likely won't start today. He was injured last week versus Nebraska and spotted in a walking boot earlier this week. Back up Kani Benoit is slotted in his place. Oregon redshirt freshman left tackle Brady Aiello is picking up his second start of the season, stepping in for Tyrell Crosby, who suffered a career-ending injury versus Nebraska.
Can a duck pull a truck? We're still not sure, but Quincy Wilson just picked off Josh Dobbs in the endzone.
James Conner has a rushing touchdown in 12 consecutive games, the second-longest active streak in FBS (to Jeremy McNichols' 15 games) and the longest in school history.
Love defense? This probably isn't the game for you then. QBs Nate Peterman and Mitch Trubisky are combined 15-of-16 for 225 yards so far. Pitt leads North Carolina 19-7, but Heels have had the ball for just 1:48 of the first 23:32 of the game.
West Virginia RB Rushel Shell scores his second TD of the game from two yards out to give the Mountaineers a 14-10 lead over BYU on ESPN2.
Michigan QB Wilton Speight finds Devin Asiasi in the back of the end zone for a 3-yard TD. The No. 4 Wolverines lead Penn State 21-0 on ABC.