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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Syracuse coach Dino Babers about his now famous post-game speeches to his team: "When you look into their eyes, it's like the Energizer Bunny beating that drum. Those kids, there's so much youth, there's so much energy ... that's what charges my batteries. ... I love being part of something that will stick with them the rest of their lives, their kids' lives and their grandkids' lives. That's the stuff that gets me going."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Syracuse coach Dino Babers said the one thing he learned about his team in the upset win over Clemson: "That we're capable ... They've been in some close games and they didn't win them, and now they've been in a close game they finally won and that gives them a lot of confidence."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said Florida State quarterback James Blackman attended a quarterback camp two summers ago in Louisville. "He's a very good young man and good player and was really into it," Petrino said. "You could see his motivation, how much he concentrated and how well he practiced."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher was asked about last year's loss to Louisville: "It woke some guys up ... it shows you how dynamic and explosive they are ... They played a heck of a game, there's no doubt."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said there has been an emphasis on tackling during practice this week, to help shore up some of the issues the defense has had. He said the two big keys are making sure players are using the right technique to be in position to make the tackle, and to get more players to the ball.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney on his team moving forward during practice this week. "We had a bad day. We didn't have a bad year," Swinney said. "I like the fact that it hurts because I think a little pain makes you better."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia linebacker Malcolm Cook will miss his third straight game with an ankle injury, but coach Bronco Mendenhall said it was "probable" that Cook would return next week against Pitt. "It's still going to be a race to get that done so I'm not going to present that as a sure thing, but I would say it's probable he'd be ready for the next one," Mendenhall said.

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

They get started early in Happy Valley. PSU staff meeting kicked off at sunrise.

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

Beautiful view of Nittany Mountain from upper deck of Beaver Stadium. The mountain lions that roamed these hills became extinct more than a century ago, around the same time the football team that would become the Nittany Lions first took the field.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

UCF has raised the bar for its football fundraising efforts, hoping to get $1.5 million annually over the next five years. Interestingly, coach Scott Frost has committed to supporting the effort. With Frost's name circulating as a rising star in the coaching ranks, it makes sense for UCF to do all it can to raise money to keep football competitive.

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

PSU getting ready for White Out. Grounds crew member said "This is the whitest white paint we can get."

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska freshman receiver JD Spielman, who broke the single-game record for receiving yardage against Ohio State, was not seriously injured when he took a hit to the shoulder late in the loss to Ohio State, coach Mike Riley says. Safety Joshua Kalu also looks on track to play Oct. 28 against Purdue. Nebraska is off this week.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford coach David Shaw said the Pac-12's schedule, where most teams play 6-8 league games in a row, increases the difficulty level compared to leagues where FCS opponents or weaker FBS opponents are mixed in. "It is back-to-back-to back-to-back conference games, and those are tough," Shaw said. "You're going to have games where you aren't at your absolute best. That's just life in the Pac-12."

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Urban Meyer said the Ohio State players who left with injuries on Saturday night at Nebraska — notably left tackle Jamarco Jones and defensive end Jalyn Holmes — have responded well this week and appear on track to play next week against Penn State.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck was on the staff at Rutgers seven years ago yesterday when Eric LeGrand was paralyzed on a play. "It puts everything in perspective," Fleck said. "All of us can learn so much from Eric LeGrand. All he's done is inspire an entire nation to row the boat and keep chopping."

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

James Franklin says of Michigan DC & former Maryland coworker Don Brown: "He's what I call a greedy defensive coordinator" because he's never happy dominating just one aspect the stat sheet. He wants it all.

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

Campers for Michigan. @NittanyvillePSU Twitter account posted population count of 934.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

The NCAA, NFL, NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball on Monday filed a 71-page brief opposing New Jersey's attempt to legalize sports betting. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case Dec. 4.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

It's no secret that Ed Orgeron's first stint as a head coach ended badly. He went 3-21 in SEC play in three seasons at Ole Miss and was fired. He admits now he was in over his head back then as a head coach, but said there's no added motivation for him when he takes his LSU team into Oxford on Saturday to face Ole Miss because he's right where he always wanted to be. "I can honestly tell you that's so far in the past that it's just another game to me because the truth is the whole time I was there I was wishing I were here," Orgeron told ESPN. "I always looked up to this program. I was like ‘Wow,' when I saw LSU, what a great program if I could ever be a part of this program. Now I'm here so it all worked out."

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Ole Miss officials and former Rebels coach Houston Nutt reached an undisclosed settlement Monday to dismiss Nutt's lawsuit against the school. Ole Miss also apologized for its employees making inaccurate statements about Nutt during off-the-record conversations with media.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Ed Orgeron said LSU's 20-point comeback win against Auburn was further proof that this team has totally bought in.

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Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Even after the backlash from the Troy loss, LSU's Ed Orgeron never wavered from his tunnel vision approach.

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

UCF coach Scott Frost discusses his appreciation of option football headed into its game against Navy.

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Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas coach Tom Herman on the emotional aftermath of losing the Red River Showdown 29-24 to rival Oklahoma on Saturday: "We were hurt. That's one that stings for awhile...That was gut-wrenching and it should be."

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan quarterback John O'Korn says he needs to pick up his play, "simple as that."

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