Quarterback Michael Penix Jr. has entered the transfer portal after four injury-plagued seasons at Indiana.
Oklahoma plummeted after Lincoln Riley departed, and Notre Dame looks to stay in the top five after losing Brian Kelly to LSU.
- Indiana QB Michael Penix Jr. enters transfer portal
- Hoosiers fire OC Sheridan; Allen takes pay cut
- Hoosiers' Penix hurts shoulder, out indefinitely
- Penix cleared to remain starting QB for Hoosiers
Was UMass' October win over UConn enough to keep the Minutemen from being our best worst team in college football?
Indiana has fired offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan, and coach Tom Allen has accepted a pay cut to help facilitate the move.
— Quarterback Aidan O'Connell started his Purdue career as a walk-on.
It all comes down to this: The top two bottom teams square off for the dishonor of being the worst of the worst.
— Tyler Nubin’s interception gave Minnesota a chance to swing Saturday’s game.
Our top bottom team pulled off a major upset, but two others couldn't turn a spark into a blaze of glory.
Did Oklahoma's loss to Baylor open the door for Michigan, Notre Dame or Oklahoma State?
— Rutgers coach Greg Schiano started Saturday without his top three linebackers.
We break down college football's biggest recruiting battles and the most sought-after players the top schools are competing for.
Walter Nolen committing to Texas A&M means the top 10 teams shuffle up yet again with over a month until signing day.
Can Georgia get even stronger? Will Penn State and LSU address quarterback depth? We break down key recruits for the top 25 classes.
— Taulia Tagovailoa and Maryland can still move the ball through the air, even after a couple big injuries on the receiving corps.
Ohio State and Penn State have held the No. 1 spot for much of the 2022 recruiting cycle, but a new team is atop the class rankings.
— C.J. Stroud and TreVeyon Henderson provided Ohio State’s offense with a refreshingly familiar look Saturday.
— Matt Coghlin's 51-yard field goal to open the second half Saturday gave No. 10 Michigan State the lead and Payton Thorne's 12-yard touchdown pass provided the margin the Spartans needed to hold on for a 20-15 victory over Indiana.
What to make of college football's unpredictable first six weeks, getting to know Oklahoma's Caleb Williams and more ahead of Week 7.