What to make of college football's unpredictable first six weeks, getting to know Oklahoma's Caleb Williams and more ahead of Week 7.
With the season about halfway through, it's time to look at LSU, USC and the other carousel hot spots, as the cycle of coaching changes gets closer.
- Doege, Mountaineers seal upset of No. 15 Hokies
- Hokies TE Mitchell to have season-ending surgery
- Brown: Hokies gave 'overrated' UNC reality check
- Va. Tech extends AD Babcock through June '29
— Jack Coan's play in the first quarter for No. 14 Notre Dame on Saturday night got him benched. What he did in the fourth quarter made the Fighting Irish winners, and left coach Brian Kelly gushing about his senior quarterback.
Horns were down after Oklahoma defeated Texas in the Red River Showdown and Ole Miss cleared up any confusion about their win over Arkansas.
Virginia Tech Radio analyst Mike Burnop visits with the guys to get us ready for Virginia Tech/Notre Dame. And ACCN Football Analyst Mark Herzlich stops by to help us preview Virginia at Louisville this Saturday. Plus we look back at the day Dean Smith announced his retirement and what he meant to the game of basketball.
— Braxton Burmeister threw for 212 yards and a touchdown to lead Virginia Tech to a 21-10 victory over Richmond on Saturday.
The Pac-12 might need Oregon to be great, but the Big Ten is more than Ohio State. What else did we learn from Week 3?
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 3.
Jarret Doege threw two touchdown passes in front of a sold-out crowd, and West Virginia survived No. 15 Virginia Tech's furious rally en route to a 27-21 victory on Saturday.
— West Virginia's comfortable lead evaporated, the sellout crowd's cheers had turned to boos and possession of the Black Diamond Trophy came down to a goal-line stand.
Former Virginia Tech Defensive Back DeAngelo Hall joins the show to talk about the rivalry between Virginia Tech & West Virginia. And we go "Behind Enemy Lines" and hear from the opposing coaches for this week’s key matchups. Plus we breakdown the ACC defensive stats through week 2, and has UNC been soft on Virginia in their past 4 matchups.
Former Virginia Tech Star receiver Eddie Royal joins the show to give us his thoughts on ACC football this season. And he gets us ready for the Virginia Tech/West Virginia showdown. We also hear the best post-game press conference sound in "Conference Cuts". And could a case be made that the two most impressive teams in the ACC this season both reside in the Commonwealth of Virginia?
Tight end James Mitchell will have season-ending knee surgery to repair an injury suffered in No. 15 Virginia Tech's win Saturday.
In just two weeks, we've seen numerous top teams look more vulnerable than expected. Here are 10 potential contenders that could fill the void if that trend keeps up.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 2.
— Raheem Blackshear rushed for two touchdowns to lead No. 19 Virginia Tech to a 35-14 victory over Middle Tennessee on Saturday after a slow start.
With the AP poll coming out, here's what is next up for each team in the new rankings.
Louisville gets rolled by Ole Miss 43-24 as four players ejected for targeting in the 1st half. Louisville had 107yds in the 1st half, fewest vs Ole Miss since 2014. We also rank all the ACC schools after week 1 in our "ACCounting" segment. Plus we replay our conversation with Virginia Tech's Justin Fuentes, and check the ACC Men's Soccer scoreboard.
There were plenty of questions heading into college football's Week 1 and, after a weekend of games, we now have some partial answers ahead of Week 2.
It's Week 1, and the first edition of this year's Power Rankings is officially here. How many SEC teams land in the top ten after a dominate week? How far does Clemson tumble after a close loss? And what about the Group of 5 darlings from last season?