One is making Alabama look better than ever. The other has let Oklahoma lose a Heisman winner without missing a beat. The CFB world belongs to Tua and Kyler.
From rivalry games to the battles that will decide the College Football Playoff, these are the biggest contests for the nation's top teams.
Way back in the spring, Oklahoma started preparing, a little at a time, for Army's triple-option offensive attack.
Although the setting will be different, the scene is familiar to Alabama and Nick Saban.
No. 19 Michigan and Nebraska seem to have a lot of similarities going into their Big 10 opener Saturday.
Although in just his second full season, Indiana University coach Tom Allen knows the program history.
Saturday, September 25
|matchup||result||passing leader||rushing leader||receiving leader|
Northwestern State NWST
North Dakota UND
|UND 49, NWST 24||J. Landry 300||J. Murray 121||G. Hardin 177|
|Bacone College BKN|
Nicholls State NICH
|NICH 44, BKN 28||L. Caston 73||J. Turner 210||C. Nichols 52|
Sam Houston State SHSU
|SHSU 30, WEBB 14||J. Rock 219||T. Flanders 104||J. Patmon 124|
Stephen F Austin SFA
|SFA 71, LAM 3||J. Moses 353||R. Hampton 69||K. Lott 119|
Southeastern Louisiana SELA
Louisiana Monroe ULM
|ULM 21, SELA 20||K. Browning 249||K. Browning 75||S. Yarborough 95|
Central Arkansas UCA
|TLSA 41, UCA 14||G.J. Kinne 232||A. Singleton 93||K. Robey 110|
Southern Utah SUU
|TXST 42, SUU 28||B. Sorensen 352||A. Minefee 102||D. Bolden 108|
Cal Poly CP
McNeese State MCNS
|CP 40, MCNS 14||J. Bower 130||A. Broadous 89||B. Henry 99|