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Corso's pick: 'Give me Swoop!"

Trying to avoid a fifth straight wrong pick, Lee Corso picked No. 5 Utah to beat No. 23 Cal.


Illinois at (22) Iowa on ESPN2

This is the first time the Fighting Illini have headed to play at Kinnick Stadium since 2007, and they haven't won there since 1999. The Hawkeyes are ranked for the first time since 2010 thanks to QB CJ Beathard, who is completing 64.1% of his passes this season. ESPN2/WatchESPN

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(10) Oklahoma at Texas on ABC

With the 1-4 start from the Longhorns, this could be a cakewalk for the Sooners, right? Not so fast. Texas is 5-2 when unranked and facing the ranked Oklahoma team, including a 36-20 win just two years ago when the Sooners were No. 12. ABC/WatchESPN

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New Mexico St. at Ole Miss on SEC Network

Despite its performance vs. Florida, Ole Miss is still No. 5 in ESPN's FPI, led by Chad Kelly, who leads the SEC in pass YPG. The Aggies are trying to win their first-ever game against an SEC opponent, bringing in an 0-18 record. SEC Network/WatchESPN

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Gene Wojciechowski on Miami-FSU rivalry

Wojciechowski took an inside look at what makes the Miami-Florida State rivalry so meaningful: "Nearly 500 miles separate the campuses, but nothing separates their contempt for one another."


Kyle Whittingham: Wilson has confidence

The Utah coach says QB Travis Wilson has complete command of the offense: "He’s playing with a great deal of confidence and poise."


Wackiest plays from CFB Week 5

David Pollack and Samantha Ponder took a look back at the past week of college football -- and there was a lot of dancing from a security guard, a specific Northwestern player and a bunch of kids.


Manning: 'Tennessee has great fans'

Broncos QB Peyton Manning will never forget his time as a Vol. Said Manning: "They know when to get quiet. … They know when to get loud. ... They show up every Saturday for their teams.”


GameDay: USC's slide will continue

The crew believes it will get worse at USC before it gets better. Said Desmond Howard: "This will be Coach Sarkisian's toughest year as a head coach. I think they lose two more games."


Is Utah the best team in the country?

"No question about it," Lee Corso said. "Here's the key thing: They beat a good Michigan team, and that's Michigan's only loss."


Butch Jones: 'VolNation wants a win'

Tennessee coach Butch Jones told SEC Nation nobody wants to win more than he does: “We have to learn how to make critical plays at critical stages of the game.”


How will South Carolina handle LSU?

Lee Corso thinks South Carolina is going to get beat badly at LSU, but Kirk Herbstreit thinks the Gamecocks are going to compete.


Steve Spurrier hopes to stop Fournette

The South Carolina coach's game plan for facing LSU is to stay on RB Leonard Fournette: “Try to tackle him before he gets past the line of scrimmage.”


Will OK-State remain unbeaten vs. WVU?

Kirk Herbstreit thinks so, as Oklahoma State is "a quiet 5-0. ... A lot of people were so focused on TCU and Baylor and maybe even Oklahoma in the Big 12. They're that forgotten team."


Key from 'Key & Peele' is James Franklin

Keegan-Michael Key from the TV show "Key & Peele" hijacked a team meeting with his best impression of the Penn State coach -- and the team absolutely lost it.


College GameDay crew picks Georgia

The ESPN foursome favors Georgia in today's matchup vs. Tennessee after losing to Alabama badly last week.


Howard: 'Defense sets tone for Gators'

Desmond Howard believes Florida has nothing to worry about in the matchup vs. Mizzou because of the dominance of its defense.


GameDay picks Florida over Missouri

Kirk Herbstreit thinks the 5-0 Gators will take care of the 4-1 Tigers: "Low-scoring game, but I think Florida will find a way to win this game. It may be ugly, but they'll win it."


Danny Kanell @dannykanell

Can't wait to see the atmosphere in Baton Rouge today. I know LSU faithful will show some southern hospitality to the Gamecocks and fans

Gators speak out on win over Ole Miss

For the Florida players, last weekend's 38-10 victory over Ole Miss was "electrifying.“ Said Gators head coach Jim McElwain: "This is where the University of Florida kind of should be year in and year out.”