From the most enjoyable games to the most fun teams to the Heisman, Bill Connelly offers up the season's best so far.
2019 SeasonAll times ET
- USC QB Slovis medically cleared; to start vs. ND
- Williams dumps Beavers, will join Ducks instead
- USC QB Slovis ruled out for Sat.; Fink to start
- Ex-USC WR Williams transfers to Oregon State
Tony Jones Jr. rushed for a career-high 176 yards and Jonathan Doerer kicked three long field goals as No. 9 Notre Dame held off longtime rival Southern California 30-27 Saturday night.
Ranked opponents square off this week in four games, perhaps none bigger than the SEC showdown in Death Valley.
USC freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis, who had been in concussion protocol for the last few weeks, will start against No. 9 Notre Dame on Saturday.
Yes, the expected super powers are dominating college football again in 2019. But think everything is settled? Hardly.
Salvon Ahmed rushed for a career-high 153 yards, including an 89-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, and No. 17 Washington beat No. 21 Southern California 28-14 on Saturday.
Two days after Oregon State announced sophomore wide receiver Devon Williams would be joining its program, he instead will transfer to rival Oregon.
USC quarterback Matt Fink will start Saturday at Washington in place of Kedon Slovis, who has been in concussion protocol this week.
Former Southern California wide receiver and No. 16 overall prospect Devon Williams has transferred to Oregon State and will use this season as a redshirt year.
An update on Kedon Slovis' status for Saturday's game at No. 17 Washington is expected later in the week.