|Derek HaganD. Hagan||8||112||14.0||2||45|
|Matt MillerM. Miller||2||106||53.0||0||65|
|Zach MillerZ. Miller||10||85||8.5||2||30|
|Terry RichardsonT. Richardson||4||48||12.0||0||34|
|Loren WadeL. Wade||3||41||13.7||0||18|
|Moey MutzM. Mutz||3||30||10.0||1||14|
|Lee BurghgraefL. Burghgraef||1||8||8.0||0||8|
|Brent MillerB. Miller||1||4||4.0||0||4|
|Hakim HillH. Hill||1||1||1.0||0||1|
|No Iowa Kick Returns|
|No Arizona State Kick Returns|
|No Arizona State Punting|
From rivalry games to the battles that will decide the College Football Playoff, these are the biggest contests for the nation's top teams.
Way back in the spring, Oklahoma started preparing, a little at a time, for Army's triple-option offensive attack.
Although the setting will be different, the scene is familiar to Alabama and Nick Saban.
No. 19 Michigan and Nebraska seem to have a lot of similarities going into their Big 10 opener Saturday.
Although in just his second full season, Indiana University coach Tom Allen knows the program history.
A new culture has taken hold in the BYU football program.