Linebacker Christion Abercrombie collapsed during a Sept. 29 game against Vanderbilt.

Alabama still leads, but how does the playoff picture look after a wild weekend of upsets reshaped the projected field?

  • Cade Massey, Rufus Peabody
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To so many, college football is better when Oregon is good, Michigan is good, Texas is good and Tennessee is good.

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No. 6 Michigan up against history at No. 24 Michigan State

No. 6 Michigan is in great shape if the past truly does not matter when it plays rival and 24th-ranked Michigan State

Hall of Famer Bob Robertson retires from calling WSU sports

Broadcaster Bob Robertson is retiring as a voice of Washington State sports

Hoosiers issue challenge to rebound after 2 straight losses

Wes Martin and Jacob Robinson beat Indiana coach Tom Allen to the speech

The Cavaliers righted the ship on defense and managed just enough offense to knock off the Hurricanes, 16-13.

The No. 2 Bulldogs are thumped at LSU in a game that seemed a recurrence of its emphatic loss as the No. 2 team last year at Auburn.

Block-in-the-back call that erased tying touchdown added to host of issues plaguing Navy in third straight defeat.

The Terrapins stuck to their run game and feasted on turnovers for an easy 34-7 homecoming victory.

The school had banned the song over objectionable lyrics added by students.

The Spartans always seem to hang around long enough to make noise in big games, as was the case Saturday in Happy Valley.

  • Patrick Stevens
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Kirby Smart stressed “the difference between a team and a program” after he was hired by Georgia. It appears he has gotten the Bulldogs there through a hundred unseen efforts.

Coach Ken Niumatalolo believes the Mids' poor offensive performance at Air Force was a blip, not the nadir of a downward trend.

The Huskers are seeking to avoid their first 0-6 start in program history; the Bruins, their first since 1943. Plus, other story lines to watch this weekend.

  • Patrick Stevens
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  • Perspective

There’s no reason to feel sorry for a league that wins at nearly everything, even if it is once again on the verge of early elimination from the College Football Playoff.

Maryland’s passing offense ranks No. 123 of out of 129 FBS teams at 127.6 yards per game, but the interim coach is planning no changes against Rutgers.

The Nittany Lions are coming off a bye, but the Spartans have been strong as underdogs under Mark Dantonio.

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