Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Since 1938, Michigan first-year coaches are 7-1 in their first matchup against Ohio State (Rich Rodriguez the only one to lose his first in 2008). No first-year Michigan coach has lost to Ohio State at home since Harry Kipke in 1929. No pressure, Jim Harbaugh.
Uni roundup: Rivalry Week brings tradition
In a week where the uniforms are sure to make traditionalists happy (no Kevlar cleats or Notre Dame in green), Virginia Tech is sending off coach Frank Beamer with a uniform that hearkens back to his first season. Roundup
TCU punter survives Oakman, gets punt off
Star Baylor lineman Shaun Oakman put a huge hit on TCU punter Ethan Perry, but Perry was still somehow able to get the punt off.
How did Reilly hold on to this catch?
Somehow Nebraska's Brandon Reilly hauled in this catch with his hands, legs and feet against No. 4 Iowa.
Miles: I didn't suggest it'd be my last game
LSU coach Les Miles told SEC Network's Maria Taylor he "had no suggestion that this was going to be my last game in Tiger Stadium." Reports surfaced earlier that Miles suggested to his Gridiron Club that Saturday's game would be his last with LSU.
Darth Vader: Cornhuskers fan?
Is Darth Vader a Nebraska fan? Well, its defense is called the Blackshirts.
TCU wins 2-OT battle with Baylor
In a game that was marked by inclement weather, TCU prevails for the 28-21 victory over Baylor in double overtime, likely knocking the Bears out College Football Playoff consideration.
Heather Dinich ESPN Staff Writer
TCU's double OT win over Baylor knocked the Bears out of the CFP and race for the Big 12 title, leaving Oklahoma vs. Ok State the de facto Big 12 title game. The league needs the Sooners to win because they are currently No. 3 and its best shot at a one-loss champ in the top four. The Cowboys sit at No. 11, clearly not a top team right now in the eyes of the committee. If Bama, Clemson and Big Ten take three spots, Ok St could be left out in favor of ND, or possibly even Stanford. Big 12 fans should root for Stanford tomorrow, and then for Stanford to lose in Pac-12 title game -- just to be safe.
No. 19 TCU beats No. 7 Baylor in double OT
Baylor's Devin Chafin was stonewalled on 4th-and-1 by the TCU defense, giving the Horned Frogs the 28-21 win in double overtime, dashing Baylor's hopes of the College Football Playoff.
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Bedlam for the all the apples tomorrow night
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Took Baylor 59 minutes to figure out to use Coleman in backfield and even longer for TCU to use Turpin creatively.
Boykin throws go-ahead TD in double OT
Trevone Boykin found KaVontae Turpin in the back of the end zone to give No. 19 TCU a 28-21 lead against Baylor in double overtime. (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN)
Pass interference sets up tying TCU score
This pass interference call on 3rd and 6 set up a 1st and goal for No. 19 TCU in overtime. Trevone Boykin scored two plays later to tie it up with No. 7 Baylor and force a second OT. (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN)
Baylor scores with jump pass in overtime
Chris Johnson dialed up the jump pass to hit Devin Chafin for the first touchdown in overtime against TCU. (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN)
Baylor and TCU headed to overtime in rain
Neither No. 7 Baylor and No. 19 TCU scored in the second half and we're headed to overtime. The last scoreless half in a Big 12 conference game was on October 24, 2009, when it happened twice. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN
Baylor fumbles again, TCU recovers
Devin Chafin and Chris Johnson had trouble with the exchange and TCU recovered the fumble near midfield. Baylor now has five turnovers, the most in a game since 2012, when it had six against TCU. (Live on ESPN/WatchESPN)
Bears could set record-low under Briles
No. 7 Baylor has gone 15 straight drives without a point. That matches the longest streak in a single game under Art Briles, which has happened twice before. The only longer single-game streak in the last 12 seasons for Baylor was in 2007 ... against TCU. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN