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David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech's Jerod Evans is the only QB in the country w/13+ touchdown passes and no more than one interception. In the last decade, only 12 other QBs have done that in the first 4 games of a season. That list includes 2 Heisman winners, 3 first round draft picks, 7 QBs who have started in the NFL and 9 who have played in the NFL (while one, Kenny Hill, is still playing college ball).

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

What a play by TE Jordan Reed to catch ball, get knocked backward and keep balance and gain the first down

Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell

Jordan Reed with a ridiculous one-handed catch and then he makes three Giants defenders miss for a first down.

KC Joyner @KCJoynerTFS

Eddie Lacy & C.J. Anderson have combined for six points so far today. A.J. Green with 3 points. Their fantasy owners are frustrated.

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Brian Kelly on if a turnaround for 1-3 Notre Dame must be player-led or coach-led: "It starts with the coaches. It's got to be coach-led and they've got to start the fire, and then those players that have that intrinsic motivation, that fire within, they will come along with us. Those that don't, we're going to leave them along the side. But this is going to start with the coaches."

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Brian Kelly on the contrast between his previous public stance with Brian VanGorder all season and the eventual firing: "That's not the appropriate time to get into talking about your coaches and where do you feel they fit on that continuum of how well they're doing. I'm going to defend them in those public settings. As I got a chance to further evaluate our football team and our current situation I felt that it was in our best interest to make the move that I did."

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

PAC-12 in the new AP Poll: 7. Stanford, 10. Washington, 18. Utah. The Utes move up 6 spots from No. 24.

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly of the dynamic of fired defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder having a son still on the team at QB (Montgomery VanGorder): "We deal with it professionally like any family would. I talked to Montgomery, we did that right away, anytime there's difficult times you deal with them man-to-man and do it upfront within the family and you move on."

ESPN CollegeFootball @ESPNCFB

Updated AP Poll 1. Alabama 2. Ohio St 3. Louisville 4. Michigan 5. Clemson 6. Houston 7. Stanford 8. Wisconsin 9. Texas A&M 10. Washington

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame announces Brian VanGorder has been fired as defensive coordinator. Defensive analysts Greg Hudson will assume DC responsibilities. Notre Dame had given up 35+ points in 5 of its last 6 games, dating to last year.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

A quick look at how each league has performed in out-of-conference games through four weeks... Big Ten continues to look strong...

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

ACC quarterbacks had a monster Saturday. Here's how they stacked up compared to the rest of the country...

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Arkansas and Texas A&M are long gone from AT&T Stadium following their game Saturday night but the grounds crew is hard at work in the wee hours changing the field for the NFL game Sunday night in this very stadium as the Dallas Cowboys host the Chicago Bears.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Arizona State rallied to score 31 points in the fourth quarter and beat California on Saturday night. It's only the second time in the last five years that an FBS team scored at least 30 points in the fourth quarter to come from behind and win, and both such games came against Cal (also Arizona in 2014).

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Ryan Burns before Stanford's winning drive: 71 passing yards. Burns on the winning drive: 66 passing yards. (ESPN Stats and Info)

Stanford's defense closes out win

Bruins QB Josh Rosen is sacked by Cardinal LB Joey Alfieri, who forces a fumble. DE Solomon Thomas returns it for a 42-yard touchdown. The Cardinal pick up a 22-13 road win over the Bruins.

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Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington didn't look like the nation's No. 9 team while slipping Arizona 35-28 in overtime, but that might be a mistaken impression because winning ugly is what good teams do. "We wanted to go through something that was going to be hard," Huskies coach Chris Petersen said. Washington's average margin of victory during its pillow-soft nonconference slate was 49-10. It hadn't trailed all season. So many things went wrong against the Wildcats, including four drives inside Arizona's 30-yard line that netted zero points. Still, the Huskies took Arizona's best shot, got out of their own way and won the game. Said quarterback Jake Browning, "I thought we showed a lot of grit in pushing through that stuff."

Jackson adds 7 TDs to Heisman résumé

Louisville QB Lamar Jackson tore up Marshall's defense on Saturday, throwing five touchdown passes and adding two rushing scores. He has 25 total scores this season.

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