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The Big Ten is back! And Wisconsin might have a star QB -- at least Patrick Mahomes thinks so. We've got you covered with the day's biggest moments, takeaways and uniform reveals.
- SMU loses WR Roberson, RB McDaniel for year
- SMU student section ejected over virus violations
- SMU receiver Roberson sidelined by knee injury
- TCU delaying opener vs. SMU over positive tests
What separates college football's current ruling class from the Penn States of the world? We crunch the numbers.
Yes, the Big Ten is back. But two of the nine remaining undefeated teams in the FBS -- No. 9 Cincinnati and No. 16 SMU -- face off this weekend, too.
CFB Pod: The guys look ahead to Week 8 and give their picks. Plus, Bill Connelly and Adam Rittenberg preview the Big Ten
Pollack and Negnadhi kick off the podcast discussing what looks to be a competitive week of football, what’s up with Bo Nix, Pollack doling out gambling advice, Florida State playing hard, Iowa State rediscovering its identity and their Week 8 picks. Then, Bill Connelly joins the show to talk about potential defensive weaknesses for Ohio State, Penn State missing Micah Parsons, Michigan’s high-potential sophomore class and who can give Wisconsin a run in the West (30:45). Later, Adam Rittenberg hops on to get into pressure facing the Wolverines, how close the Nittany Lions are to the Buckeyes and the intrigue surrounding Indiana and Minnesota (42:00).
The Tigers QB remains the clear-cut leader, but Alabama's Mac Jones gives him a run for the top spot. And a quarterback from BYU makes a leap.
How would you rank each team in the three Power 5 conferences that have already begun play? Let's have a look.
College football's midseason-ish awards: Top players and unbelievable moments in a season like no other
Only in 2020 can we be celebrating the midway point before the Big Ten or Pac-12 has taken the field. But with seven weeks down and eight to go until conference title weekend, let's look back on the best of the year so far.
Trevor Lawrence and Clemson put up 73 points on Sunday, but it wasn't enough to claim the top spot after Alabama's big win over Georgia. The Bulldogs don't fall far, though, while North Carolina tumbles after an upset loss in Tallahassee.
Week 7 is finally here and so is Georgia at Alabama. Mustaches, tiger tributes and more highlight this week's must-see moments across the college football landscape.
Georgia's No. 1 defense will look to slow down Alabama's No. 1 offense in the most intriguing matchup of the season, even without Nick Saban on the sideline.
Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence is joined in the top two by teammate and record-setting RB Travis Etienne.
There is a new reality in college football: The graduate transfer is not for just the elite anymore. Beyond the Joe Burrow-to-LSU stories in the sport, programs such as Ole Miss, Virginia Tech and others are getting in the game.
SMU top wide receiver Reggie Roberson (knee) and running back TJ McDaniel (ankle) are both out for the season.
Following a big win over Miami, Clemson climbs to the top of the ranks for the first time this season while Florida tumbles after a loss. Oklahoma climbs back into the power rankings but the SEC remains king with six teams in the top 25.
Clemson's Trevor Lawrence commands the top spot, but Florida's QB and WR duo aren't far behind.
The SMU student section was cleared out by police during Saturday's game against Memphis because a majority of the crowd wasn't following coronavirus protocols.
Chris Naggar kicked a 43-yard field goal with nine seconds left and SMU beat No. 25 Memphis 30-27 on Saturday, after the Mustangs blew an early three-touchdown lead against a team playing its first game in four weeks.