After a month of surprises, we size up Spencer Rattler's Heisman candidacy, the wide-open ACC race and whose stock has risen and fallen the most.
— Stephen Carr had 109 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Michael Penix Jr. passed for 373 yards to help Indiana beat Western Kentucky 33-31 on Saturdya night.
- Penix cleared to remain starting QB for Hoosiers
- IU QB Penix, rehabbing ACL, on track for opener
- Texas A&M WR Buckley transferring to Indiana
- Indiana adds ex-Auburn DL, USC RB as transfers
Doctors gave Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. the all clear to play this weekend at Western Kentucky, and Hoosiers coach Tom Allen said he remains confident his star will pull himself out of an early-season funk.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 3.
— Cincinnati quarterback Desmond Ridder struggled through the first half.
Is there a path for Florida to upset Bama? Can Nebraska make Oklahoma sweat? How will Cincy fare on the big stage? We get you ready for Week 3.
College football teams look to make a statement off the field with their uniforms in Week 3.
Dave Wilson and Harry Lyles Jr. preview the most interesting storylines of the week in college football, from Auburn-Penn State to Alabama-Florida.
Texas leapt Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Ohio State to climb within the top five, while Stanford and South Carolina also rose.
— Indiana had something to prove Saturday night. The Hoosiers didn't disappoint.
From the first game played after 9/11 to an 1,800-mile walk, coaches and former players recall how 9/11 influenced them 20 years ago and now.
There were plenty of questions heading into college football's Week 1 and, after a weekend of games, we now have some partial answers ahead of Week 2.
— Iowa cornerback Riley Moss wasn't sure what happened.
From Clemson-Georgia to Bama-Miami to new QBs for the Aggies and Longhorns, we get you ready for the first full weekend of college football by breaking down perhaps the best slate of opening weekend games ever.
The favorites ahead of the 2021 college football season have been established, but where does that leave the rest of the field? The CFP tiers are here to decipher the hierarchy of college football this year.
Oregon jumped into the top five while Oklahoma fell after another decommitment, but Penn State stays at No. 1.
Which players will be the best this upcoming season? Our staff voted, and here's how it broke down, starting with Oklahoma QB Spencer Rattler at the top.
Addressing the biggest questions surrounding the potential alliance between the three leagues and forecasting what could unfold over the coming weeks and months.
With the first AP college football poll officially released, we take a look at the top Heisman candidate on each of the 25 teams.
Quinn Ewers will head to Ohio State this fall instead of next year, meaning there's a new No. 1-ranked team in the class rankings.
College football's top 50 newcomers: Which recruits, transfers and new starters will impact the game?
From fresh faces to stars in new places, who are the top 50 newcomers in college football for the 2021 season?
When it comes to college football's 2022 recruiting class, which teams are exceeding expectations and which schools aren't meeting their standards?