College football teams bring fashion to the gridiron in Week 4 with their uniform selections.
Jake Haener led Fresno State to an upset of UCLA last weekend, but he has his sights set on bigger things for the season.
- Oregon star Thibodeaux injured in season opener
- MWC follows suit, orders forfeit if team can't play
- Fresno State sees 2nd straight game canceled
- SJS-Fresno canceled due to COVID-19 protocols
Several teams that struggled through some or all of last fall are surging to begin the season. And these teams look poised to sustain.
With the AP poll coming out, here's what is next up for each team in the new rankings.
— Fresno State's Jake Haener was able to overcome a crushing hit to his right hip to lead the Bulldogs to an upset victory over No. 13 UCLA.
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Dave Wilson and Harry Lyles Jr. preview the most interesting storylines of the week in college football, from Auburn-Penn State to Alabama-Florida.
— Anthony Brown Jr. was blunt about No. 11 Oregon's offensive struggles against Fresno State.
Oregon star defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux, who was knocked out of Saturday's season opener against Fresno State with an apparent lower leg injury, returned to the sideline in the second half, wearing a walking boot.
If a Mountain West team is unable to play a game because of COVID-19 issues, it will have to forfeit -- a policy similar to the ones most conferences have already announced.
Nevada, Fresno State, San Jose State and San Diego State could all be in a very tight race to the top of the MWC West Division.
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