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Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

And with that TD pass, the Greyson Lambert era at Georgia has officially begun. A nice throw from the Virginia graduate transfer, putting the ball where only his guy could get it. Out to a quick 14-0 lead over against Louisiana Monroe, you have to wonder how much work Lambert will get before Brice Ramsey and Faton Bauta are in.

Iowa QB records early TD

C.J. Beathard rushes for 6 yards for a first-quarter touchdown against Illinois State. Beathard is making his second start for the Hawkeyes.


Chubb a rushing force on the field

Georgia RB Nick Chubb has now scored a rushing touchdown in each of his last ten games. No Power 5 running back has a longer active streak of consecutive games with a rushing touchdown. Live on SEC Network/WatchESPN

Georgia pouring it on early

Jeb Blazevich gets into the end zone, giving Georgia a 14-0 lead less than five minutes into the game on SEC Network.


Rutgers ties it up vs. Norfolk State

LSU transfer Hayden Rettig has his first TD pass with Rutgers, finding Matt Flanagan for the 13-yard score on ESPNews.


Walton finds plenty of green

Jaylen Walton romped through the Tennessee-Martin defense for a 60-yard TD run to give No. 17 Ole Miss the early lead on the SEC+.


Greg Ostendorf @GregO_ESPN

Who needs Chad Kelly? Ole Miss RB Jaylen Walton breaks free and goes 60 yards for the Rebels first TD of the season.

Chubb finds end zone again

Nick Chubb picked up right where he left off in 2014, scoring for the 10th consecutive game to give Georgia an early lead over Louisiana Monroe on the SEC Network.


Cardinal used to a fast start

With a field goal to start the game, it's the 7th straight season that Stanford scored on its opening drive of the season. It leads Northwestern in the first quarter. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Payback for Paul Finebaum

SEC Nation's Paul Finebaum falls victim to a dunk tank at Fayetteville, Arkansas.


Stanford takes 3-0 lead

The 9 a.m. PT start didn't slow down Stanford, which got on the board first against Northwestern with this field goal.


Norfolk State off to fast start

The MEAC school used this 32-yard completion to move downfield quickly against Rutgers, eventually leading to a TD and a 7-0 lead.


College GameDay's savage signs

The wait is over. College GameDay returns on the first Saturday of the college football season, and the customarily clever and funny signs return with it. Best of Week 1

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Watch: Tenn-Martin vs. (17) Ole Miss

Bad news for Tennessee Martin in its first-ever meeting with the Rebels: Seven starters return from an Ole Miss defense that led the nation in scoring defense last season (16.0 PPG) and finished second nationally in defensive efficiency. Live on SEC+/WatchESPN

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Corso's Pick: Wisconsin-Alabama

Another season has begun, and Lee Corso has put on his first headpiece of the year. But was it the Elephant or the Badger?


Georgia takes the field

The Bulldogs are ready for another season. You can catch them live on the SEC Network and WatchESPN.


Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Flood is, in fact, on the sideline with his Rutgers team this afternoon. The coach walked out arm-in-arm with the Scarlet Knights, looking just a little defiant.

Watch: La. Monroe vs. (9) Georgia

Georgia committed on 13 turnovers last season, fewest in the SEC. The Bulldogs' +16 turnover margin in 2014 led the SEC and was tied for fourth-best in FBS. That's the highest for the Bulldogs since 1982, when they finished the year at +22. Live on SEC Network/WatchESPN

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Watch: (21) Stanford vs. Northwestern

Northwestern's Clayton Thorson better look out: Stanford was able to sack the QB 46 times last year. Since 2010, Stanford is the only FBS team to record at least 35 sacks every season, totaling 222 sacks in that time period, 25 more than any other team. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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