• Sarkisian looks for answers after USC's shocking loss to UW

    Steve Sarkisian and his assistants went recruiting on the morning after No. 17 Southern California's stunning 17-12 loss to Washington. The talent-stacked Trojans (3-2, 1-2 Pac-12) are essentially out of the national title picture after that ugly loss at the Coliseum, and a trip to mighty Notre…

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  • Indiana-Penn St. Preview

    If the only way Penn State can move the ball is with big plays, so be it. An all-or-nothing approach has paid off so far for the Nittany Lions who have just one touchdown drive over four minutes this season. All nine of Penn State's touchdown drives of 50 yards or more have been aided by…

    The Associated Press
  • No. 14 Ole Miss tries to build depth in game vs. NMSU

    It's not even halfway through the football season and No. 14 Mississippi already is a beat-up team. Starting linebacker C.J. Johnson was the latest to join several Rebels on the sideline, including safety Tony Conner and defensive tackle Issac Gross. Johnson had surgery on his left knee to repair a…

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  • Stephen Colbert tackles Dartmouth dummy on 'Late Night' (Video)

    The “Mobile Virtual Player" was created at the Dartmouth School of Engineering to help prevent practice injuries

    Dr. Saturday
  • Board of Regents approve $166 million Athletes Village

    The University of Minnesota plans to break ground next month on its $166 million Athletes Village, which will include updated practice and training facilities for football and basketball teams that officials say are necessary to keep the school competitive in the Big Ten. ''I think we as a…

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  • Navy-Notre Dame Capsule

    Navy (4-0) at No. 15 Notre Dame (4-1), 3:30 p.m. (NBC)

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  • Oregon St.-Arizona Preview

    Oregon State will seek to give coach Gary Andersen his first Pac-12 win, facing an Arizona defense that has allowed a whopping 1,067 yards and 111 points in the last two games, blowout losses against UCLA and Stanford. The Beavers (2-2, 0-1 Pac-12) had the week off after a 42-24 home loss to…

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  • College football TV schedule Saturday: Utah-Cal, Mich.-NW top games

    As we approach mid-October, college football teams are trying to strengthen or improve their poll positions by the time the College Football Playoff rankings first appear on November 3. Georgia, which fell 11 places to 19th in this week's AP poll, meets Tennessee in a SEC contest you can watch on…

    Christian Science Monitor
  • Are we becoming Humankinda?

    If your lunch date is a laptop, you might be #HumanKinda.

  • No. 6 Clemson ready for normal schedule vs. Georgia Tech

    Clemson coach Dabo Swinney is grateful to get back to normal. Since the season began, the sixth-ranked Tigers (4-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) have had a choppy schedule filled with quick turnarounds and long breaks. When they face Georgia Tech (2-3, 0-2), it'll mark just the second time in…

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  • Funny photo boards used to call signals from sideline

    College football, in case you haven't noticed, has its own sideline language. From Alabama to Oklahoma to Southern California, the images of singers, cartoon characters, athletes and many more are popping up on huge sideline signs used to call signals for offenses and defenses. ''It's just easier…

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  • No. 11 Florida tries to keep unbeaten year going at Missouri

    No. 11 Florida has chance to go to 6-0. Missouri has a chance to edge back into the national picture. Gators coach Jim McElwain said his players showed him a sense of urgency this week as they prepared for a trip to the two-time defending SEC East champion.

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  • Marshall DL Jarquez Samuel swan dives into end zone for TD (Video)

    Scoring a touchdown is any lineman’s dream, so Marshall’s Jarquez Samuel made sure he got his money’s worth.

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  • Washington upsets USC 17-12 to end Trojans playoff hopes

    USC has now lost back-to-back home games for the first time since 2001.

    Dr. Saturday
  • No. 7 LSU aims to be hospitable to S. Carolina - to a point

    By now, LSU coach Les Miles knows as well as anyone that football isn't entirely weather proof, even if it can be played in rain or snow. The mid-week relocation of No. 7 LSU's scheduled road game Saturday from South Carolina to Tiger Stadium is only the latest of a handful of weather-affected LSU…

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  • Hokies end 2-game skid with 28-13 victory over Wolfpack

    Brenden Motley and Isaiah Ford had apparently heard enough about how missed opportunities had put Virginia Tech in a hole. The pair teamed up for three second-quarter touchdown passes Friday night, pulling the Hokies out of a 10-0 hole and leading them to a 28-13 victory that was like a soothing…

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  • Baylor quarterback Russell finally gets to play at Kansas

    Rather than playing for one of the best teams in major college football, quarterback Seth Russell was oh-so-close to playing for what is arguably the worst. The talented junior from the Dallas area was recruited by Kansas coach Turner Gill, and for a while had committed there. On Saturday, Russell…

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  • Colorado-Arizona St. Preview

    Arizona State got its season back on track with last weekend's road win over UCLA. The Sun Devils still have a long way to go to reach their goal of playing for the Pac-12 championship - and little room for error. Follow up the win over the Bruins with a home loss to Colorado on Saturday and…

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