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Navy loses grasp on CFP Group of 5 race

Friday's Navy and Toledo losses will shake up the Group of 5 picture in the College Football Playoff selection committee's rankings.

Texas Tech scores TD on fake victory formation (0:30)
Derrick Henry the leader among Heisman candidates (1:34)
The Hater's Guide to Rivalry Week (2:21)

Penn State: Sandusky settlements reach $93M

Penn State settled with six more victims or accusers of Jerry Sandusky, according to a new audit that puts the school's total payout in the child sex abuse scandal at nearly $93 million.


Rickie Fowler riding with Cowboys

There was a Fowler back on the GameDay set today, and golfer Rickie Fowler picked his Oklahoma State squad to beat visiting Oklahoma.


Georgia strikes first against Georgia Tech

Georgia's Sony Michel's 34-yard rushing touchdown has the Bulldogs up 7-0 in the first quarter. It's Michel's longest rush TD since Sept. 26 vs. Southern (58 yards), and he now has TDs in 3 of the last 4 games after a 4-game scoring drought. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

Beamer focused before last game

Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer said before his last regular season game: "I think more about the 29 great years I've had at Virginia Tech and not so much about the last one."


Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Indiana has played in one bowl game since 1994. It needs to win at rival Purdue to get to 6-6 and just opened with a 72-yard drive that featured a fourth-down conversion and 22-yard Nate Sudfeld TD to Mitchell Paige. Hoosiers up 7-0.

Slumping Memphis off to good start

After being held without a TD last week, Paxton Lynch reached the end zone on his first pass today for Memphis, which is trying to snap a 3-game losing streak, facing SMU on ESPNEWS.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan takes the field aiming for its first win against Ohio State since 2011 and just its second since 2003. The Wolverines have won eight of their past 13 games against Ohio State at Michigan Stadium. They've allowed less than 100 rush yards in seven of the past 10 games, which will be key as Ezekiel Elliott figures to get fed a lot today.

Michigan takes the field

The Wolverines are ready for their showdown with rival Ohio State on ABC.


Watch: Virginia Tech vs. Virginia

This week could mark the final game in the coaching career of Frank Beamer. For the third time in the last four seasons, Virginia Tech needs to beat rival Virginia to become bowl eligible and keep its FBS-leading bowl streak alive, currently at 22. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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Watch: Georgia vs. Georgia Tech

After dropping three of four games earlier in the season, the Bulldogs have won three straight. Tech could be without Justin Thomas, who has helped the Yellow Jackets to the No. 7 rushing attack in the nation. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

Watch: (1) Clemson vs. South Carolina

Clemson has won its last 14 games, the longest active win streak in the FBS and the second-longest win streak in school history. The only longer Tigers' streak was 15 straight from 1947-49. The Tigers are also looking to match the 1981 national championship team that went 12-0, which is the most wins and best start in school history. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Watch: Louisville vs. Kentucky

Louisville will try to prevent Kentucky from going bowling for the second straight season. Kentucky has not been to a bowl game since the 2010 season, the longest drought in the SEC and fourth-longest among Power-5 teams. Live on SECN, WatchESPN

Watch: (8) Ohio State vs. (10) Michigan

Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer are meeting as head coaches for the first time, and it may become the latest in a line of great coaching rivalries in this series. If history is any indication, the winner of the first matchup is likely to hold an edge in the all-time series. Live on ABC/WatchESPN

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Watch: SMU vs. Memphis

The Tigers will face a Mustang defense that is allowing 44.1 PPG, the third-most in the FBS. SMU has allowed at least 40 points in eight games this season, tied for the most in the FBS with Idaho. Live on ESPNews/WatchESPN

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Wolverines QB Jake Rudock warms up at Michigan Stadium prior to Ohio State at Michigan at Noon ET on ABC and ESPN Radio.

How does Notre Dame get back into CFP?

The Fighting Irish are on the outside of the College Football Playoff picture looking in. Heather Dinich suggests how they could fix that.


One of a Kind: War Eagle

SEC Nation highlights the tradition behind the War Eagle Flight.


Georgia's McKenzie out today

Bulldogs WR/KR Isaiah McKenzie won't play today against Georgia Tech after injuring his foot in last week's game. McKenzie scored three of Georgia's five TDs over the last two games.

Corso not doing well with headgear picks

Lee Corso's headgear picks this season? 3-9. He's a bit disappointed.


UCLA to make it four in a row over USC?

David Pollack and Lee Corso think UCLA will beat USC for a fourth straight time, but Kirk Herbstreit is picking the Trojans to win at home.


Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

If you want to base it off tonight, I think we are. Anytime you can get a win over a Top 10 opponent its always good to see what they say. -- TCU QB Trevone Boykin on if the Horned Frogs are worthy of a New Years Six Bowl. TCU is No. 19 in the College Football Playoff rankings.

The Egg Bowl: Who will win?

Kirk Herbstreit calls the Egg Bowl "one of the more underrated rivalries in Rivalry Week," and thinks Dak Prescott and the Bulldogs will pull off the win over Ole Miss -- but not everyone agrees.


Tulane fires coach Johnson

Tulane has fired football coach Curtis Johnson, according to ESPN's Brett McMurphy and multiple reports. Tulane lost to Tulsa on Friday night after a stunning 4th-quarter rally to finish 3-9 on the season.


College football's follies this past week included a failed Texas cake and a winless team being outshone by a dancing fan. Not so foolish, though -- a sideline proposal.