• No. 1 Alabama rolls Kent State 48-0, loses Harris to injury

    Alabama didn't miss a beat after tailback Damien Harris went down a couple of minutes into the game. Quarterback Jalen Hurts completed the opening drive with a 20-yard touchdown run and fellow freshman Joshua Jacobs scored his first two career touchdowns in the top-ranked Crimson Tide's 48-0 win…

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  • Second-half comeback ends Tennessee's losing streak against Florida

    Tennessee’s losing streak to Florida is officially over. It’s the first time Tennessee has beaten Florida since 2004 and it positions the Volunteers as the SEC East team to beat through the first quarter of the season. “That duck is pulling that truck, baby,” Tennessee coach Butch Jones said,…

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  • Stanford Star Christian McCaffrey Isn't Getting The Attention He Deserves

    At this point, Christian McCaffrey is the rare college athlete who needs no introduction to a general audience. As far as his chances of winning the Heisman Trophy go, that’s a blessing and a curse. If you’ve paid any attention at all to Stanford or Pac-12 football over the past year, you know that…

  • Troy Williams leads Utah to thrilling comeback win over USC

    Utah quarterback Troy Williams, left, combined for three touchdowns in a win over USC. Sam Darnold’s first start was spoiled by Utah’s Troy Williams. On the night Darnold impressed in his first career start for USC, Williams engineered two lengthy fourth quarter touchdown drives to lead the…

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  • Wadley scores on 26-yard run to lead Iowa over Rutgers

    Iowa didn't travel to Rutgers and get that big one-sided, bounce-back win in their Big Ten Conference opener. The Hawkeyes got a win though, and that was an improvement over a week ago when they were stunned by North Dakota State in a loss that knocked them out of the Top 25. Akrum Wadley scored on…

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    The "Good Morning Football" crew discusses big winners from the Thursday Night Football matchup between the Texans and Patriots.

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  • BYU gets field goal before halftime after second added to clock following spike attempt

    BYU entered halftime trailing West Virginia 21-13 because a review of a spike attempt added a second back to the clock. Attempting to get a touchdown or a field goal before half without any timeouts, BYU wide receiver Michael Juergens didn’t go out of bounds after catching a pass from quarterback…

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  • Syracuse uses late 99-yard drive to beat UConn 31-24

    Syracuse receiver Amba Etta-Tawo is making the most of his final year of college eligibility. The graduate transfer from Maryland caught 12 passes for a school-record 270 yards and two touchdowns and the Orange beat UConn 31-24 on Saturday to snap a two-game losing skid. ''It goes back to chemistry…

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  • Florida player ejected for 'punching' Tennessee player after great acting job

    Florida’s Brandon Powell was ejected in the fourth quarter of the Gators’ game vs. Tennessee for throwing a punch. Powell also had just one catch for nine yards before he was forced to make an early exit.

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  • Alabama RB Damien Harris helped off field

    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama leading rusher Damien Harris sustained an apparent right leg injury against Kent State.

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  • Smith, Brooks help Minnesota run past Colorado State 31-24

    Minnesota has quite the 1-2-3 punch in its running game this season. The Gophers hit Colorado State with two of them all afternoon and completed nonconference play unbeaten. Rodney Smith rushed 17 times for 99 yards and two touchdowns and Shannon Brooks returned from injury to net 85 yards and a…

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  • Anthem protests spread to colleges, WNBA player sits

    Liberty guard Brittany Boyd sat on the bench with her head bowed during the national anthem before a WNBA playoff game. Hours earlier, college football players for Michigan and Michigan State, along with ...

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  • 5 things for Week 4: Chubb's chance; Pressure on Malzahn

    Week 4 of the college football season has the Southeastern Conference in the spotlight as a couple teams try to break long losing streaks to their opponents, and a few coaches face referendum games with their fanbases.

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  • Virginia Tech looks to end recent woes vs. East Carolina

    Virginia Tech's most lopsided victory in several years might have given the Hokies a bit of a swagger heading into this week, but then came some cautionary words about their not-so-stellar recent past against East Carolina. The Pirates (2-1) of the American Athletic Conference have won two straight…

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  • Ken Starr believes Baylor and the media treated Art Briles 'totally unfairly'

    Former Baylor President Ken Starr believes the media painted Art Briles in a poor light. Former Baylor chancellor and president Ken Starr defended former coach Art Briles during a keynote interview at the 2016 Texas Tribune Festival in Austin on Saturday. During the one-hour interview with Texas…

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  • ULM AD cites 'bad wording' in email saying fans can't afford to pay for 6 home games

    Louisiana-Monroe athletic director Brian Wickstrom has said an email where he questioned the ability of his school’s fans to pay for season tickets if the school had six home games was poorly phrased. According to the email, which was sent to every Sun Belt Conference athletic director on April 26,…

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  • No. 23 Georgia RB Chubb injures ankle against Mississippi

    OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Georgia running back Nick Chubb injured his ankle during the first half of the team's game against Mississippi on Saturday.

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