Week 4 saw some easy wins and off weeks. Rivals Ohio State and Michigan spent the weekend trying to impress Donovan Peoples-Jones, while the Pac-12 powers showed off on the trail.
Booger McFarland thinks LSU fired Les Miles before he had a chance to redeem himself in the Alabama game in order to move on and not reconsider his tenure.
Wisconsin beat another top-10 team and Nebraska's Tommy Armstrong continued his special play in an exciting week in the Big Ten.
One of the nation's most attractive jobs is now open. Where should LSU turn? We put together our own search firm and name the ideal candidates.
In a way, the end to his final game was a fitting end to the last year for Les Miles. But as Heather Dinich explains, the unpredictable nature of college football - and there was plenty of it in week 4 - is one of the many things that make it great.
"At the end of the day I love him. I just hope the best for him," Leonard Fournette said of Les Miles' firing after an emotional meeting with the longtime LSU coach.
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