Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer
Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Brewer has been cleared to practice this week after breaking his collarbone against Ohio State and missing the last four games. The school said his status against NC State on Friday "could potentially be a game-time decision."
Saban lashes out at media
Alabama coach Nick Saban when asked about what advice his gives his players on the noise surrounding the program: "Well I say the same thing as when you all buried us last week and all that. That it really doesn't matter what you think. ... Cause if it was up to you, we're six-feet under already. We're dead and buried and gone. Gone!"
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Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
As if Kansas didn't already have its work cut out facing Baylor as a 41-point underdog this weekend, the Jayhawks announced Monday that QB Montell Cozart is out indefinitely with a shoulder sprain and that his backup, Deondre Ford, will miss the rest of the season with a thumb injury. At least now the Jayhawks will get a good look at whether true freshman Ryan Willis can be the future at QB.
Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer
Ohio State offensive lineman Billy Price had a simple message for anybody worried that the defending champions are losing their way: "I think everybody just needs to relax," he said. "We will handle our business."
Saban lashes out to the media
"If it was up to you, we're six-feet under already. We're dead and buried and gone! Gone!" said Alabama coach Nick Saban in an emotional outburst about the media's outlook on his team prior to Saturday's win at Georgia. 'Y'all buried us'
Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer
Wisconsin starting tight end Austin Traylor is not listed on the depth chart for this week's game against Nebraska (arm/shoulder injury). Head coach Paul Chryst says he is having "a procedure done today." Traylor has 10 catches for 156 yards and is tied for the team lead with three touchdown receptions.
Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer
Nick Saban said he's proud of the "statement" Alabama made beating Georgia. But he warned "you can look at teams all over the country that have big wins" and then have a letdown. No. 8 Tide get Arkansas on Sat., followed by Texas A&M.
Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer
Another blow to Ohio State's already thin depth at wide receiver: Urban Meyer announced that Corey Smith is out for the rest of the season with a broken leg.
Key Texas boosters support Strong
Despite a 1-4 start and a 7-11 record since starting with the Longhorns, head coach Charlie Strong has support from school officials and key boosters, sources told ESPN's Joe Schad. One source saying, "Charlie has a lot of breathing room."
Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer
Florida State began the season No. 10 in the AP Poll, and this week the Seminoles sit at No. 12 despite being undefeated. Through the five rankings since the preseason, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, LSU, UCLA, Utah, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Florida and one-loss Alabama have jumped FSU. Voters have been much less rigid this year as they too adapt to the playoff system, so it's not much of a surprise FSU, which has not looked like a top-10 team, has been repeatedly jumped.
Watch me win, now watch me nae nae
After beating Notre Dame, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney told ESPN's Heather Cox, "We gonna do the Whip and Nae Nae tonight. I can promise you that!" He made good on that promise. Watch dancin' Dabo
Dinich: 'Brand recognition' plaguing Top 5
ESPN's Heather Dinich says Ohio State and Michigan State don't deserve their lofty rankings and suggests tradition is outweighing unbiased evaluation.
Gators sneaking up on Top 10
With a convincing win over Ole Miss, Florida vaulted 14 spots to snag the No. 11 ranking in the latest AP poll. The Gators sit one spot ahead of interstate rival Florida State. Rankings
Top 10 upsets shake up latest AP poll
ESPN's Edward Aschoff breaks down the aftermath of an unpredictable weekend in college football, recapping the risers and fallers.
Ohio State holds on to no. 1 in AP poll
Despite just squeaking by Indiana, the Buckeyes hold on to the top spot in the latest AP poll, receiving 38 first-place votes. The top 25
Re-live Notre Dame-Clemson in 15 seconds
ICYMI: No. 12 Clemson started strong and held on at the end to upset No. 6 Notre Dame 24-22.
Utah tops latest CFB power rankings
Despite not playing a game this weekend, the Utes benefit from a few Top 10 upsets and a shaky performance from Ohio State to ascend to the No. 1 position.