September 7

Clifford's 4 TDs lead No. 15 Penn State over Buffalo 45-13

Sean Clifford turned in an all-around performance in another lopsided win for Penn State.
September 7

Colorado comes back to beat No. 25 Nebraska 34-31 in OT

Mel Tucker's halftime message was simple: We've taken their best shot. Now, let's go give them ours.
September 7

Hurts throws 3 TD passes, No. 4 Oklahoma routs South Dakota

Oklahoma worked out a few kinks against an overmatched South Dakota squad.
September 7

No. 11 Florida loses Toney, Henderson in win over UT Martin

No. 11 Florida could be without its most dynamic playmaker when it opens Southeastern Conference play at Kentucky.
September 7
Michigan defenders Aidan Hutchinson (97) and Carlo Kemp (2) cause a forced fumble by Army's Kelvin Hopkins Jr.

No. 7 Michigan holds on to beat Army 24-21 in 2 overtimes

Michigan is off to a wobbly start this season and Army almost took advantage.
September 7

Cephus rejoices after scoring twice in No. 17 Wisconsin rout

Quintez Cephus has been through a lot.
September 7

Gordon leads No. 22 Washington St. over N. Colorado 59-17

In two games as a starter, Washington State quarterback Anthony Gordon is averaging better than 50 points and 400 passing yards. He isn't doing it alone.
September 7

No. 1 Clemson, Lawrence dominate 12th-ranked Aggies 24-10

No. 1 Clemson wanted to leave little doubt it was better than No. 12 Texas A&M. In the process, the Tigers left some doubts that anyone could challenge the defending national champs in another title run.
September 7

No. 3 Georgia romps to 63-17 victory over FCS Murray State

On a sweltering day, Georgia took a while to get going.
September 7

Tagovailoa, No. 2 Alabama romp over New Mexico State, 62-10

Tua Tagovailoa's first throw went backward to Henry Ruggs III, who sprinted 75 yards to the end zone.
September 7

Jackson sharp as Maryland blows out No. 21 Syracuse 63-20

Using a fast-paced offense that's racking up huge chunks of yardage and scoring at an astounding clip, Maryland isn't content merely to blow out the opposition.
September 7

Huntley leads No. 13 Utah past Northern Illinois 35-17

Four years ago, three talented players from Hallandale High School in the Miami area became enchanted with the mountains of Utah. Now the group, who has been dubbed the Hallandale Trio, has the Utes poised to reach new heights.
September 7

Fields, No. 5 Ohio State bury Cincinnati 42-0

The hopes for a shocking upset that Luke Fickell and Cincinnati carried with them up Interstate 71 didn't take long to dissipate into the late summer air at Ohio Stadium on Saturday.
September 7

No. 20 Iowa rolls past Rutgers 30-0, Stanley throws 3 TDs

Nate Stanley threw for 236 yards and three touchdowns and No. 20 Iowa rolled past Rutgers 30-0 on Saturday in its Big Ten opener.
September 7

Duke probe finds no evidence Nike paid Zion Williamson

Duke University says an investigation has found no evidence that former basketball star Zion Williamson received improper benefits.
September 7

Bachmeier helps No. 24 Boise State beat Marshall 14-7

With a pair of true freshmen guiding Boise State's sputtering offense, the Broncos leaned on their defense to deliver a win against Marshall.
September 6
Jonathan Taylor

Taylor, No. 17 Wisconsin not overlooking Central Michigan

Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor had the first two receiving touchdowns of his career in a win last week at South Florida. The 49-0 victory was the Badgers' most lopsided road shutout since 1983.
September 6

Column: On top of the world _ for 1 week at least

Let's face it: When the school on your diploma is Georgia State, you don't get a lot of chances to brag about your alma mater's athletic prowess.
September 6

Fresno St. looks to bounce back in home opener vs. Minnesota

For Fresno State, the season opener was a missed opportunity against a more heralded opponent.For Minnesota, it was a narrow escape against what should have…
September 6

Texas-LSU will measure if Longhorns are really back

The last time Texas faced an SEC opponent, the Longhorns romped and quarterback Sam Ehlinger roared: "We're back!"