Game on, Louisville.
- Tennessee's receivers will be a big test for Cincinnati's defensive backs. Receiver D.J. Woods says the game "isn't the Super Bowl." The same columnist who dismissed Cincinnati as a C-USA team writes Zach Collaros could be the best quarterback the Vols face this season. On this 9-11 weekend, take the time to watch this video on Bearcats walk-on receiver Jacob Giltrow, who was an Army Ranger who served in Iraq.
- D.J. Shoemate is almost 100 percent for UConn. Who has the edge between UConn and Vanderbilt? Jeff Jacobs of The Hartford Courant wants the expansion madness to end.
- Louisville is wary of FIU receiver/returner T.Y. Hilton headed into tonight's game. A huge opportunity awaits FIU.
- Pitt recruiting report.
- Rutgers running back Jeremy Deering is prepared to show he is 100 percent. Savon Huggins can expect a rude greeting from the fans. The skilled North Carolina defensive line presents a matchup issue.
- Syracuse's defense is walking a fine line with such youth and inexperience. I missed this last week, but it's worth a read: How Syracuse is trying to recruit New York City. Eric Crume learned plenty in his Carrier Dome debut.
- USF football players are mourning Lee Roy Selmon at his funeral today in Tampa.
- West Virginia kicker Tyler Bitancurt is more confident. The cornerbacks are going to be challenged against Norfolk State. Thoughts from Dana Holgorsen off his radio show.