See how the Top 25 shapes up after a big Week 4 for Auburn and several of its SEC rivals.
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- Another QB blow for USC as Slovis takes hard hit
- Bush set to work Utah-USC tilt in Coliseum return
- USC wideout Williams enters transfer portal
- Helton grateful for USC support after AD resigned
Michael Pittman Jr. caught 10 passes for a career-high 232 yards and a touchdown from backup quarterback Matt Fink, who passed for 351 yards in Southern California's 30-23 victory over No. 10 Utah on Friday night.
USC quarterback Kedon Slovis, who was making his third start in relief of JT Daniels, left Friday's game against Utah after taking a big hit on the second play from scrimmage.
Notre Dame-Georgia, Texas A&M-Auburn and Michigan-Wisconsin each could make a huge impact.
David and Kevin discuss the biggest games to come in Week 4 of the CFB season, including what is "on the line" for Utah when they come out west to play USC (1:45) and is it fair to wonder about Michigan's identity ahead of their Top 25 showdown with Wisconsin (5:57)? Plus, notes on Auburn-Texas A&M (10:37), Notre Dame-Georgia (17:06), Tennessee-Florida (20:12) and Oklahoma State-Texas (26:38).
For the first time in nine-plus years, Reggie Bush will return to the Coliseum for a Trojans game as part of the Fox Sports crew that will broadcast during the Utah-USC clash on Friday.
The new AP Top 25 poll is out, and here's what you need to know about each team in the rankings. How far did UCF rise after its big win over Stanford?
It wasn't always pretty on a weekend in which there were zero matchups of ranked teams, but at least it was entertaining.
Dayan Ghanwoloku intercepted a tipped pass in overtime after Jake Oldroyd kicked a 43-yard field to give BYU the lead, and the Cougars beat No. 24 Southern California 30-27 on Saturday, their second straight OT victory over a traditional power program.
Is Maryland for real? Is Trevor Lawrence human? How worried should Nebraska be? Bill Connelly sifts through the early-season noise for answers.