— Wisconsin freshman running back Braelon Allen figures the Badgers got back to their their strengths.
- Cincinnati No. 2 in AP poll; Purdue ends drought
- Purdue's top WR Bell enters concussion protocol
- Purdue to feature barred drum outside ND stadium
- Purdue's famous drum too big for Irish's stadium
High praise for Pittsburgh's Kenny Pickett, a top-10 road underdog in the Big 12 and more ahead of Week 7.
Georgia seems like a lock, but Iowa's loss to Purdue scrambles the College Football Playoff picture once again and leaves these next 10 teams with a legitimate chance -- provided certain things fall their way.
Cincinnati moved up to No. 2 in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday, the first time a team from outside the traditional power conferences has been ranked that high since 2010.
College football is home to some of the best trolls, and they were active during an action-packed Week 7.
Aidan O'Connell threw for 375 yards and accounted for three touchdowns, David Bell had a career-best 240 receiving yards, and Purdue continued its recent mastery over No. 2 Iowa with a 24-7 upset Saturday.
In the aftermath of yet another wild week in college football, there's an obvious question: Who could possibly stop Georgia now?
— Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck challenged his team to respond Saturday.
— Purdue needed backup quarterback Aidan O’Connell to deliver in a pinch Saturday.
Purdue receiver David Bell used his Twitter account to tell fans he was all right after Saturday's scary scene at No. 12 Notre Dame.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 3.
— No. 12 Notre Dame got big three big plays from two of its offensive captains and helped coach Brian Kelly match Knute Rockne for the most victories in program history.
Purdue's band plans to feature its giant bass drum outside of Notre Dame Stadium on Saturday. The band will be without it for its halftime performance due to size issues with the stadium's visitor tunnel.
The World's Largest Drum is too big to fit through Notre Dame Stadium's visitor tunnel, meaning Purdue's band will be without it for the first time since 1979 for Saturday's game.
Purdue fifth-year senior running back Zander Horvath will miss four to eight weeks after breaking his leg against UConn on Saturday. Coach Jeff Brohm said Horvath will have surgery Monday.
— Purdue quarterback Jack Plummer threw four touchdown passes in the first half, three to wide receiver David Bell, as the Boilermakers rolled over winless UConn 49-0 Saturday afternoon at Pratt & Whitney Stadium.
The New Orleans Saints legend wants to recognize overlooked players in new era of college athletics.
The division has been consistently unpredictable in recent years, but Wisconsin's solid defense and offensive potential make the Badgers the team to beat in the West.
From rugby players to the College Football Hall of Fame, head college coaches around the country have experienced it all around the gridiron. We once again rank each college coach as a player from worst to best.