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Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

Urban Meyer speaks to fans before the game!

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M has arrived for its game against Alabama.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Still no sacks for Georgia today — and just one this season — but it really doesn't matter when its pass rush continues to be a disruptive force, the secondary covers so well and everyone else is in the right place to make plays. Latest drive-ending pressure on Missouri QB Drew Lock came from LB Keyon Richardson.

Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

These fans are "Urban Strong" as their signs say. They are waiting for the team to arrive at St. John arena.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

A solid opening quarter for Missouri at home. The Tigers got burned by a defensive touchdown, yet remain even with Georgia and have outgained the nation's second-ranked team 118 to 75. Drew Lock is 6 of 9 and has mostly stayed clean.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan's frequently maligned offensive line looked sharp on its opening drive against Nebraska. They created a nice crease for Karan Higdon's 46-yard run and got a great push on the third down, one-yard touchdown for Ben Mason.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Third-year Missouri coach Barry Odom is 14-14 — just the fourth Mizzou coach in 80 years to win at least half of his first 28 games. To have any shot to get Odom over .500 today, the Tigers must protect QB Drew Lock, who has thrown for 3,303 yards with 38 touchdowns and seven interceptions in Missouri's past 10 games, nine of which are wins. Second-ranked Georgia has recorded an SEC-low one sack this season.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Much of the talk this season about the Alabama offense has centered around the quarterback situation, but Nick Saban told ESPN this week that it's as good as the Crimson Tide have been at the offensive skill positions since he's been in Tuscaloosa. "We have more guys who can make plays around the quarterback than we've probably ever had." Alabama is averaging 56.7 points and 544.7 yards per game this season.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan RB Karan Higdon is warming us for the Wolverines after not playing last week. Did not see fellow running back Chris Evans, who left last week's game with a lower body injury.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska QB Adrian Martinez is warming up with a large brace on his right leg. Looks like he'll play at Michigan after missing last week's game.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The 10 best teams in college football -- going forward -- as we head into today's action, according to FPI.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

After allowing touchdowns on four straight drives and falling behind by 13 points early in the second half, USC found a way to pull out a win against Washington State. The Trojans' 39-36 win, however, will probably feel like a temporary sigh of relief as they narrowly avoided a 1-3 start.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

"We are getting better. There's certain plays, there's certain quarters, there's certain series that you're not happy with," James Franklin said after Penn State improved to 4-0.

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