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article October 13, 2015

Steve Spurrier Retires From Coaching

Steve Spurrier told the South Carolina team he is retiring, effective immediately, as first reported by Sports Illustrated on Monday night. While his career ends on a sour note, Spurrier goes out as one of college football's best coaches and most colorful characters. More»
sarkisian_fired article October 12, 2015

USC Fires Steve Sarkisian

USC fired head football coach Steve Sarkisian on Monday, one day after he was forced to take an indefinite leave of absence and seek treatment. Sarkisian reportedly was not sober upon showing up to work on Sunday. More»
willgrier article October 12, 2015

Florida QB Grier Suspended For Season

With two of its biggest games of the season coming up next, Florida has lost its starting quarterback for the season, as redshirt freshman Will Grier is suspended for one year after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs. More»
week6professor_clemson article October 12, 2015

Clemson Keeps Erasing Doubts

Dabo Swinney is right: It's time to stop talking about Clemsoning. Clemson continues to be one of the most reliably good teams in college football, with a blowout win over Georgia Tech putting it in excellent midseason position for the playoff. More»
stevesarkisian article October 11, 2015

Sarkisian Takes Leave of Absence

USC coach Steve Sarkisian will take an indefinite leave of absence, athletic director Pat Haden announced on Sunday. Sarkisian did not attend practice amid reports that he was drunk during the game against Arizona State in September. More»
week6takeaways article October 11, 2015

Utah, Michigan Keep Rolling

The season-opening Michigan-Utah game was hyped as Jim Harbaugh's debut, but little else. Now, both the Wolverines and Utes are proving to be contenders, with their wins serving as two of the biggest takeaways from Week 6 in college football. More»
msu-rutgers article October 11, 2015

Rutgers Loses After 4th-Down Spike

Over its long football history, Rutgers has found many ways to lose football games. So give the Scarlet Knights credit for trying something pretty rare, as they lost to Michigan State 31-24, with a spike on fourth down preventing a Hail Mary attempt. More»
wazzu-oregon article October 11, 2015

Wazzu Stuns Oregon in Double OT

Oregon's disappointing season just got a lot worse. In its first home game since getting blown out by Utah, the Ducks blew a 10-point fourth-quarter lead and lost to Washington State 45-38 in double overtime at Autzen Stadium. More»
michigan-northwestern article October 10, 2015

Third Straight Shutout For Michigan

Michigan-Northwestern was one of two games between ranked opponents on Saturday, but it looked nothing like it thanks to Michigan's continued dominance on defense. The No. 18 Wolverines dismantled the No. 13 Wildcats 38-0, for their third straight shutout. More»
wake-bc article October 10, 2015

The Best Worst Game Of The Year

The choice for the Best Worst Game of the Year has already been decided. There cannot possibly by any competition. Wake Forest beat Boston College 3-0 on Saturday, and the game was more of a debacle than could even be imagined upon seeing the score. More»
nickchubb article October 10, 2015

Nick Chubb Out For SEason

Star Georgia running back Nick Chubb left Saturday's game at Tennessee with a knee injury after landing awkwardly on his left leg on the Bulldogs' first play of the game. He has been ruled out for the rest of the season. More»
ohiostate_maryland article October 10, 2015

Ohio State Pulls Away From Maryland

In what could be the final game for Maryland coach Randy Edsall, the Terrapins put a scare into No. 1 Ohio State into the third quarter. But the Buckeyes pulled away, getting strong performances from their quarterbacks to win 49-28. More»
mcgowan article October 10, 2015

Everyone Loves LaQuan McGowan

Entering its game at Kansas, Baylor had been averaging 63.8 points per game and 9.4 yards per play in four blowout wins. And yet the Bears didn't truly deliver what everyone wanted to see until 410-pounder LaQuan McGowan scored a TD on Saturday. More»
week6pickem article October 9, 2015

College Football Pick 'Em: Week 6

Normally, two big rivalry games would dominate the national discussion this week: Oklahoma-Texas and Miami-Florida State. Instead, the only two games between ranked opponents are Michigan-Northwestern and Utah-California. More»
USATSI_8849584 article October 9, 2015

USC Loss is on Sarkisian

USC entered this season with College Football Playoff hopes, but they've already gone down the drain. The Trojans lost again on Thursday night, 17-12 to Washington, as Steve Sarkisian was clearly out-coached by Chris Petersen. More»
edsall article October 8, 2015

Report: Maryland Will Fire Edsall

Maryland is expected to fire coach Randy Edsall after this Saturday's game against Ohio State, according to InsideMDSports. While midseason firings always come as a surprise, the Terrapins have looked even worse than anticipated in a rebuilding season. More»
jaredgoff article October 8, 2015

Goff Is Nation's Top QB Prospect

It's way too early to make accurate predictions about how next spring's NFL draft will play out, but right now the safest quarterback bet is California's Jared Goff. Forget the Air Raid system that he plays in, because Goff has everything the NFL should want. More»
tigerstadium article October 7, 2015

South Carolina-LSU Game Moved

This Saturday's game between LSU and South Carolina will move from the Gamecocks' home field in Columbia to Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge because of the fallout from heavy rain and flooding in the area. More»
bowlbubble article October 7, 2015

Bowl Projections: On The Bubble

For many major college football teams, the first month of the season is a time to rack up relatively easy wins to make a bowl bid easier to attain. Others have dug themselves a much more concerning hole. So who's on the bowl bubble already? More»
mylesjack_draft article October 6, 2015

Myles Jack Makes the Smart Move

Two weeks after suffering a season-ending knee injury, UCLA linebacker Myles Jack announced that he'll withdraw from school and enter the NFL draft. Despite coach Jim Mora's skepticism, it's clearly the best move for Jack. More»

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