Conference championship week is finally here, and spots in the College Football Playoff are on the line across the country.
Oklahoma, USC, Florida and LSU are all dealing with coaching changes. How will those hires (and firings) impact the recruiting trail?
- 'Humbled' Napier hired as Florida's new coach
- Sun Belt title game canceled after positive test
- CFP top 6 holds steady; Big 12 still alive in chase
- La. coach defends intentional safety late in win
Louisiana coach Billy Napier has been hired as Florida's new coach, replacing Dan Mullen, who was fired last week.
— Emani Bailey scored on a 2-yard run to give No. 23 Louisiana-Lafayette a double-digit lead in the third quarter, and the Ragin’ Cajuns held off Louisiana-Monroe for a 21-16 victory Saturday.
Paul is joined by G. Allan Taylor of The Athletic to talk about Florida picking up the pieces after the firing of Dan Mullen.
Greg McElroy and Cole Cubelic, in for Paul, talk to ESPN Sr. CFB Writer Chris Low about Florida's HC search after the midseason firing of Dan Mullen.
— Levi Lewis threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score to help No. 24 Louisiana-Lafayette beat Troy 35-21 on Saturday.
— Levi Lewis threw for three touchdowns, setting a program record with 65 for his career, and Louisiana-Lafayette eased by Texas State 45-0 on Saturday.
— Freshman Montrell Johnson took a handoff 99 yards for a school and Sun Belt Conference record-long touchdown, Chris Smith rushed for 238 yards and the game-winner and Louisiana-Lafayette battled past Arkansas State 28-27 on Thursday night.
— Levi Lewis threw for one touchdown and ran for another, Chris Smith added two rushing scores and Louisiana-Lafayette eased by Appalachian State 41-13 on Tuesday night.
— Chris Smith and quarterback Levi Lewis each had a first-quarter touchdown run and Louisiana-Lafayette held on to beat South Alabama 20-18 on Saturday night.
— Levi Lewis threw for three touchdowns and Louisiana-Lafayette held off Georgia Southern 28-20 on Saturday night in a Sun Belt Conference opener.
— Freshman Montrell Johnson rushed for four short touchdowns, the first of his collegiate career, Levi Lewis passed for 212 yards and Louisiana-Lafayette fended off Ohio 49-14 Thursday night.
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