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  • Geogia Tech poses road test for No. 14 Miami

    After three comfortable, double-digit victories, things begin to get serious for Miami as the calendar turns to October.

  • No. 15 Cornhuskers aim to continue perfect start vs. Ilinois

    The Illinois Fighting Illini (1-2) travel to Lincoln, Neb., to take on the No. 15 Cornhuskers at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon (3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2) following a bye week. Despite a 4-0 start, the Cornhuskers could probably use a week off, too.

  • No. 11 Volunteers head to Georgia for first road game

    After winning three home games and one at a neutral site in nearby Bristol, the No. 11 Tennessee Volunteers go on the road for the first time this season to start off October.

  • Kirk Herbstreit's Gameplan Breakdown: All eyes on Ann Arbor, Clemson

    No. 8 Wisconsin faces No. 4 Michigan in the Big House, and No. 3 Louisville rolls into Death Valley to face No. 5 Clemson. ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit showcases these two high-profile matchups which could have playoff implications.

  • No. 22 Texas rested, ready for Oklahoma State

    Most college football coaches frown on having early bye weeks on their schedule, instead preferring to have them fall in the middle or near the end of the season to help their teams heal up and get refreshed for the stretch run of conference play.

  • Surprise teams set to crash CFB's playoff party

    We knew Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Ohio State would be undefeated heading into Week 5, but as Heather Dinich and Ryan McGee discuss, we didn't know there would be so many -- like Louisville and Wisconsin -- poised to crash the playoff party.

2016 Southern Conference Standings

The Citadel2-03-0
East Tenn. St.1-12-1
Western Carolina0-11-2