— Another day, another ugly win for Oklahoma.
- Doege, Mountaineers seal upset of No. 15 Hokies
- WVU prez says he's not in favor of CFP expansion
- W. Virginia to allow full fan capacity at games
- West Virginia coach Brown gets 2-year extension
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 3.
Jarret Doege threw two touchdown passes in front of a sold-out crowd, and West Virginia survived No. 15 Virginia Tech's furious rally en route to a 27-21 victory on Saturday.
— West Virginia's comfortable lead evaporated, the sellout crowd's cheers had turned to boos and possession of the Black Diamond Trophy came down to a goal-line stand.
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Texas leapt Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Ohio State to climb within the top five, while Stanford and South Carolina also rose.
— Taulia Tagovailoa threw three touchdown passes, and Maryland routed Howard 62-0 Saturday night.
— Jarret Doege threw three touchdown passes, Winston Wright returned a kickoff for another score and West Virginia beat Long Island 66-0 Saturday night.
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Gordon Gee said he believes College Football Playoff expansion is "on life support" and will not vote in favor of the proposed 12-team model when the CFP board of managers meets next month.
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Oregon jumped into the top five while Oklahoma fell after another decommitment, but Penn State stays at No. 1.
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