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Les Miles hits the dab after LSU win

LSU topped Texas A&M and Les Miles will return as head coach. That calls for some dabbing.


How did Les Miles learn he'd remain coach?

"Telegraph," the LSU coach joked postgame.


Vandals WR makes nifty, one-handed grab

Idaho WR Deon Watson made a great, one-handed catch for a 31-yard gain that led to the game-winning touchdown against Texas State.


Maguire finds wide open ... police officer?

FSU QB Sean Maguire overthrew his intended receiver on first down, but the police officer was right there to make a textbook grab.


Frank Beamer dabs after final victory

After Virginia Tech sent its coach off to retirement with a win, Frank Beamer finished his locker room speech in style.


Incredible grab by Southern Miss WR

Southern Mississippi WR Mike Thomas channeled his inner Odell Beckham Jr. while making a leaping touchdown catch in the end zone.


Henderson hauls in ridiculous catch

Hasaan Henderson somehow grabs this pass in double coverage for 39 yards to set up a Nevada TD.


Big hit in Bedlam

Oklahoma State's Devante Averette laid a huge hit on Oklahoma's Alex Ross on a kickoff return, leading to some jawing on the sidelines between the two teams.


Lewis hauls in ridiculous TD catch

Wake Forest's Cortez Lewis fought through contact to make an amazing, one-handed grab on the sideline for a 22-yard score.


Sooners do a little dance

The Sooners cruised to a 58-23 win over No. 11 Oklahoma State in Stillwater and broke out a boogie to celebrate late in the final minute.


Rhule: 'I couldn't be prouder of you guys'

Temple coach Matt Rhule gives an invigorating postgame speech to his team in the wake of their 27-3 win over UConn. Warning: This speech might make you want to lace up the pads.


Michigan hotel trolls Ohio State?

The latest layer to the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry: Keys that wouldn't allow access to rooms as the Ohio State football team arrived at its Michigan hotel. As one Ohio State player put it: "Welcome to Michigan."



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.


LSU AD backs Les Miles as head coach

LSU athletic director Joe Alleva: "I want to make it very clear that Les Miles is our football coach and he'll continue to be our football coach."


Les Miles: 'I have always loved this place'

"It was a pretty special night for all of us," the LSU coach said after his team's 19-7 win over Texas A&M.


Campbell to become Iowa State's coach

Toledo's Matt Campbell will become the Cyclones' coach, according to ESPN's Adam Rittenberg and multiple reports. Campbell went 35-15 in four seasons at Toledo.

Late Stanford field goal sinks Notre Dame

Conrad Ukropina's 45-yard field goal as time expires gives No. 9 Stanford a wild 38-36 victory over No. 6 Notre Dame.


Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Baker Mayfield said he'll definitely be shaving if he gets the Heisman invite to New York.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma C Ty Darlington, on who he'd rather face in the playoff, Clemson or Alabama: "I know who I'd rather play, but I'm not going to say."

Ohio States victory in 15 seconds

OSU stomped Michigan to the tune of 42-13 in the Big House. Here's the best of the Buckeyes.


San Diego St. takes control vs. Nevada

Chase Price takes the pitch two yards for the TD to give San Diego State a 31-14 lead over Nevada on ESPN2.


Don't count out Air Force just yet

New Mexico stretched its lead back to two scores, but Falcons QB Karson Roberts hooks up with Timothy McVey for a 56-yard TD pass to pull within five points late in the fourth on ESPN.


Kentucky comes up short vs. Louisville

Kentucky falls to in-state rival Louisville 38-24 after the Cards rallied from a 24-7 halftime deficit.


Air Force pulls within a TD vs. New Mexico

Falcons QB Karson Roberts hits RB Timothy McVey for a 26-yard touchdown with 14:26 left in the fourth quarter. New Mexico is holding on to a 34-28 lead on ESPNU.


Embarrassment how LSU handled Les Miles

Danny Kanell says, I feel bad for Les Miles, after LSU decided to change its tune on Miles' job security after a win against Texas A&M.