Will Harris identifies games to watch for Week 4 of the college football season and breaks down gambling lessons learned from Week 3, including why it's time to sell Notre Dame.
Dan Le Batard says that players who haven't learned from DeSean Jackson dropping the ball a fraction of a second before entering the end zone is the equivalent to touching a stove twice and not learning their lesson after getting burned the first time.
With its defense continuing to struggle, quarterback DeShone Kizer will have to carry the load for Notre Dame.
The Aggies' hot start this season feels different than in seasons past.
With two byes and an easy early schedule, Baylor could be on its way to 6-0 if it can win at home against high-scoring Oklahoma State in Week 4.
UCLA still feels like the favorite in the South, and Stanford has a slight edge in the North.