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Missed TDs, not INTs should haunt Rudock

ESPN's Desmond Howard says it's not the trio of interceptions that should bug Michigan's Jake Rudock: "If I'm Jim Harbaugh, I'm more concerned with Rudock missing those open touchdown throws."

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Smith: 'Unconventional pressure' from UVa

Robert Smith explains why UCLA QB Josh Rosen -- a true freshman -- might have trouble staying upright on Saturday vs. Virginia.

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Can MSU make playoff with a loss to OSU?

Mike Greenberg doesn't think the Spartans will make the College Football Playoff if they lose to the Buckeyes in November: "I don't think a one-loss team out of the Big Ten that doesn't get into the conference title game will get in, even if they're one of the four best teams in the country."

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You just can't catch this Wildcat

Arizona QB Anu Solomon did a great job avoiding would-be tacklers, even shedding one wrapped around his leg, to find Johnny Jackson for a 21-yard touchdown.

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From The Mag: Eric LeGrand still believes

Five years after a hit left him paralyzed, the former Rutgers standout says his lifelong love of football still sustains him: "Football made me who I am. I don't miss practice, I'll tell you that. But playing the game of football -- oh, I'd do anything to go back to it." His daily grind

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Meyer: QBs will learn who's starting

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer won't tell the rest of the world who his starting QB will be for Monday night's season opener, but Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett will find out Saturday, he said on 97.1 The Fan: "I told them who was ahead. It's so close that both [should] be ready."

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A bobbling football? No problem

Lenoir-Rhyne University DB Cliff Barrett intercepted a pass ... while falling down ... while the ball was twirling end over end. Someone check his gloves for duct tape.

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What did we learn about Michigan?

ESPN's Butch Davis says he saw a Michigan team return to it's old-school, thumping style of football: "Jim Harbaugh's DNA is all over this Michigan offense."

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#PhotoOfTheNight: College football is back! South Carolina players celebrate an interception against North Carolina.

Canes suspend LB Muhammad for opener

Miami reserve Al-Quadin Muhammad has been suspended for Saturday's opener against Bethune-Cookman for a violation of team rules, according to ESPN and multiple reports. His second incident

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Best of college football's opening night

Jim Harbaugh's debut. Steve Spurrier and South Carolina against UNC. TDs, blocks and hits galore. The 2015 season kicked off in earnest Thursday night, and ESPN was there to capture it all. Photos

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Utah beat Michigan 24-17 in Jim Harbaugh’s coaching debut; 6th straight win vs. a nonconference opponent at home for Utah

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Night 1 CFB thoughts: 1.Harbaugh has changed attitude & toughness at UM 2.S. Carolina has a defense 3.TCU won't sneak up on anyone this yr.

Harbaugh's less-than-stellar debuts

Jim Harbaugh has lost in each of his first games with a new college team. Interestingly, his teams have each scored 17 points in those debuts.

Final: (2) TCU 23, Minnesota 17

The Horned Frogs will have things to work on for next week, as the offense struggled at times. But the defense bent without breaking, and TCU escaped with a season-opening win. Box score

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Final: (22) Arizona 42, UTSA 32

Preseason All-American LB Scooby Wright left the game with an apparent knee injury for the Wildcats, who held off a game Roadrunners squad for a season-opening win. Arizona QB Anu Solomon threw 4 TDs with 0 INTs.

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TCU QB Trevone Boykin: "No game is going to be easy. We're the No. 2 team in the country and we're going to get everybody's best swing. We have to counterpunch."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke coach David Cutcliffe has to be happy with what he saw out of his young Blue Devils in a 37-7 road win over Tulane. There was balance on offense, good leadership from new starter Thomas Sirk and solid play up front -- an area that has been cause for concern. Plus, DeVon Edwards had another kickoff return for TD. Solid 2015 debut for Duke.

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Utah beats Michigan 24-17 to spoil Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines coaching debut.

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Hawaii starts with big block, gets win

The Rainbow Warriors batted the Buffaloes' first punt of the game out of the air and were able to grab a win against Colorado, beating them 28-20. Box score

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TCU coach Gary Patterson says, "We wanted to get one under the belt." Expected tough game at Minnesota and got it. He's proud of his young defense, which included a pair of freshmen at LB.

Arizona's big block helps keep lead secure

Daniel Portillo had a 44-yard FG attempt to pull UTSA within 6, but DaVonte' Neal got his mitts on the kick, and Jonathan Haden recovered for Arizona. The Wildcats lead 35-26 in the fourth.

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