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Rout is on in Atlanta

Georgia Tech was 41-point favorites tonight. The Yellowjackets are already almost halfway there. This Broderick Snoddy TD run was overturned on review, but Isiah Willis punched it in from the 1-yard line to give Georgia Tech a 20-0 lead.

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Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma State's offensive line looks like it could still be a problem, long term, for Mike Gundy's team. The Cowboys have been stuffed twice in the red zone against Central Michigan when they've tried to just bull their way into the end zone. Poor offensive line play could be the thing that keeps Oklahoma State from inserting itself into the Big 12 title race unless this unit improves.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh is warming up for his first game as Michigan's head coach by taking snaps and delivering handoffs to his running backs. Harbaugh has yet to announce who will take the first snaps under center when the game against Utah begins in 30 minutes, but Iowa graduate transfer Jake Rudock is expected to get the nod.

Watch: Western Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt is projected to win 4.4 games this season, according to ESPN's Football Power Index, worst in the SEC. Will one of those wins come tonight against Western Kentucky? Live on SECN/WatchESPN

Steve Spurrier's never lost to UNC

The South Carolina coach is 5-0 in his career against North Carolina, including a 27-10 victory in 2013. Spurrier won all three meetings as Duke’s head coach against the Tar Heels (1987-89). But his Gamecocks trail the Tar Heels 13-10 in the third quarter. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Georgia Tech pouring it on early

Georgia Tech has yet to throw the ball today. The Yellow Jackets may not have to. Patrick Skov's 3-yard TD run gave No. 16 Georgia Tech a 13-0 lead midway through the first quarter. They were 41-point favorites over Alcorn State.

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FCS Stony Brook takes early lead

Although lightning has delayed the game, Conor Bednarski struck first for Stony Brook, finding Cal Daniels for a 2-yard touchdown, giving the Seawolves a 7-0 lead over Toledo.

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Milton sneaks in for the pick

Chris Milton had two interceptions last season and he's already halfway to that total in 2015. Georgia Tech leads 7-0 and is already within striking distance of another score.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Linebacker Michael Rose-Ivey heads the list of Nebraska suspensions against BYU announced by coach Mike Riley. Also, CB Jonathan Rose, TE Cethan Carter, DE Joe Keels and OL Robby Painter.

Georgia Tech works ground game

Justin Thomas capped off a 5-play, 63-yard drive -- with all 63 yards coming on the ground -- with this 13-yard TD run, giving No. 16 Georgia Tech a 7-0 lead over Alcorn State on ESPN3.

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Searcy shows off some moves

Qua Searcy showed how Georgia Tech's triple-option offense is supposed to work with this 29-yard run, putting the Yellow Jackets into the red zone.

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David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Headed to the half at the Belk Kickoff with North Carolina leading South Carolina 13-10. Tar Heels' offense has been explosive (8.7 yards/play) but a red zone INT & dropped pix 6 chance killed them. Conor Mitch 5-of-14 passing for Gamecocks but is the team's leading rusher.

Harbaugh era one hour away

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is ready for his debut with the Wolverines, with kickoff set for 8:30 p.m. ET at Utah. Michigan is a 5-point underdog.

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Mitch has to leave with cramp

Connor Mitch picked up nine yards on this run -- giving him a game-high 47 for the first half -- but came up with a cramp and had to leave the game. South Carolina trails UNC 13-10 at halftime on ESPN.

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No. 16 Georgia Tech opens vs. Alcorn St.

Paul Johnson's squad has high hopes in the ACC. They should get off to a good start to the season, coming into tonight as 41-point favorites over FCS foe Alcorn State. Watch live on ESPN3

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Oklahoma State settles for field goal

Tre Flowers picked off Central Michigan's Cooper Rush and returned it to the CMU 11-yard line, but the Cowboys couldn't get any offense going from there and had to settle for a field goal, giving them a 3-0 lead early in the first quarter. Watch live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

David Hale @DavidHaleESPN

It’s hot and muggy in Charlotte tonight. Had a bunch of players that look to be cramping up. Appears the case fro Pharoh Cooper here.

Watch: Okla. State vs. Central Michigan

Oklahoma State's offense ranked 60th in the FBS in offensive efficiency last season, third-worst in the Big 12. Can the Cowboys put more yards on the stat sheet tonight against Central Michigan? Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

TCU fans welcome their team as it arrives at TCF Bank Stadium. Small but vocal contingent made the trip from Fort Worth.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh's wife, Sarah, said she tossed and turned more last night than Jim. She said Jim feels the pressure, but loves the fact that the Michigan family has so much faith in his ability to return Michigan to glory.