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Jack: I deserved compensation at UCLA

Former Bruins LB Myles Jack saw others making money on selling his No. 30 jersey and going pro now is the right time.


Horned Frog leaps onto Kiper's Big Board

TCU WR Josh Doctson continues to exceed expectations everywhere he goes. Will he continue to do the same on Sundays? Kiper's Big Board (Insider)

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Darkhorses could shake up the rankings

Which teams outside the top 10 could make some noise in the College Football Playoff? Cal has a chance to rise this weekend when the Pac-12's only remaining unbeatens square off in Utah. GameDay Kickoff

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TBT: Todd Gurley hurdles defender

Gurley is starting to make noise in the NFL but in college, he helped make his name with this hurdle over a Tennessee defender. Latest Georgia Heisman hopeful Nick Chubb and the Bulldogs take on Tennessee again Saturday.


Myles Jack: I felt like I did enough for UCLA

The Bruins RB, who decided to declare for the 2016 NFL draft after his season-ending knee injury, tells Mike & Mike: "It was definitely a tough [decision], because if it was up to me, I'd be out there playing right now."


Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

According to Accuweather, it is expected to be 74 degrees and mostly sunny for kickoff at the Red River Showdown in Dallas.

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin LB Joe Schobert has nine sacks and 13 tackles for loss already. Only one FBS player since 2000 has had more through five games of a season: Louisville's Elvis Dumervil, who had 15 sacks and 16.5 TFLs in the first five games of 2005.

Herbstreit: TCU loss hurts Texas' legacy

Kirk Herbstreit wonders if Texas will show up for the Oklahoma game after Saturday's embarrassing loss to TCU. "Is there anyone in that locker room that has a shred of pride?"


Spurrier: We wanted to do the right thing

Steve Spurrier told SportsCenter that he believes the decision to move Saturday's game from South Carolina to Baton Rouge because of flooding is the right one.


Bevo to miss Red River Rivalry with illness

Texas says longhorn steer mascot Bevo XIV has a "life-threatening condition" and won't travel to Dallas for the team's rivalry game Saturday against No. 10 Oklahoma at the Cotton Bowl. Full story

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Fournette: The best kind of different

The LSU running back is the best kind of different, writes ESPN's Ivan Maisel. Like LeBron James, Jordan Spieth and Bryce Harper, Fulfilling expectations

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This day in history: Tebow throws first TD

On Oct. 7, 2006, Florida freshman Tim Tebow tossed his first collegiate touchdown pass in the Gators' 23-10 win against LSU.

Chase Herbstreit's upset pick of the week

ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit may have to ask his son for picks advice on Saturdays from now on if he keeps getting them right.


Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Brewer is listed as probable for Friday's game against NC State. Brewer broke his collarbone against Ohio State and was just cleared to practice this week. Frank Beamer said, "It didn't surprise me how well he threw (Tuesday)."

Is Florida the favorite to win the SEC?

The numbers say the Gators' schedule sets up favorably but Mark Schlabach thinks Alabama, LSU and Texas A&M might be better bets to win the SEC title. Man vs. Metric

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Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bevo XIV, Texas' famed mascot, will miss this year's Red River Shootout against Oklahoma due to a life-threatening condition still being explored by veterinarians, per UT. He has served as Texas' mascot since 2004.

Tennessee WR Howard dismissed from team

Alton "Pig" Howard, who has just one catch this season after recording 54 catches for 618 yards in 2014, was dismissed from the Vols for a violation of team rules. "It's definitely a big loss," safety Brian Randolph said. "He's a very talented guy, a fun guy to be around. It's a big week for us, and we can't let any distractions in, so we're all just focusing on Georgia."

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

With 13 turnovers through five games, no mistaking Urban Meyer's biggest emphasis on the practice field for Ohio State: "On ball security, I was a raving lunatic this week."

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Penn State RB Saquon Barkley is here at practice, dressed with his right ankle taped. But, during the portion open to the media, we have yet to see him take part. PSU does not release injury reports.

Matich: Alabama looks unbeatable

Trevor Matich believes after a loss to Ole Miss, Alabama has figured it out and the Crimson Tide are now the most unbeatable team in the country.


Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

The return of Rutgers WR Leonte Carroo after his reinstatement could be a big lift for an offense facing a tough test Saturday against Michigan State. The Scarlet Knights didn't have any target finish with more than 53 yards in a recent win over Kansas, and Carroo leads the team in receiving yardage despite only playing six quarters so far this season.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

A LSU source has confirmed the Tigers will not be able to host recruiting functions when South Carolina comes to Baton Rouge Saturday in a game that was originally scheduled to be played in Columbia. The source said the Tigers “must treat it like an away game.”

Brett McMurphy @McMurphyESPN

All ticket sale proceeds for LSU-South Carolina game, minus expenses for hosting game, will be given to South Carolina

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Tee Shepard, the Ole Miss CB playing through a hearing impairment, has decided to give up football and pursue his degree. "The injuries and challenges I have overcome the last few years have taken away my love for playing the game of football," Shepard said. "I will always love this team and [will] cheer them on as they compete for a championship."

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas DC Vance Bedford said freshman CB Kris Boyd's biggest punishment for using Twitter at halftime of the loss to TCU was all the negative media attention he received. He's learned from his mistake. "These kids today, they really don't understand when you put something out there how it can be blown up," Bedford said.