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Heisman favorite Trevone Boykin didn't have his best night, but TCU got out of Minnesota with a 23-17 win in the opener.
CBS Sports national college football writer Jon Solomon checks in to break down everything we learned from Thursday's kickoff of the 2015 season.
18 games were played Thursday night (not including Colorado-Hawaii) and not all of them had TCU, Michigan or South Carolina involved. Here's what you'll want to know from those other games.
The Jim Harbaugh Era at Michigan began with a loss, as the Wolverines fell to Utah 24-17.
Baylor defensive end Shawn Oakman will miss the Bears' season opener on Friday due to a school suspension.
Vanderbilt dropped its opener to Western Kentucky by a final score of 14-12, becoming the first SEC team to lose to a CUSA opponent since 2010.
Arizona linebacker Scooby Wright suffered a knee injury and was knocked out of Thursday night's game against UTSA.
Wolverines tight end Jake Butt made an impressive grab for the first touchdown of the Harbaugh Era at Michigan.
Jim Harbaugh used a Seahawks play card on Thursday night.
Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock struggled against Utah with three interceptions, including a pick-six.
South Carolina turned over North Carolina three times in the red zone to squeak past the Tar Heels with a 17-13 win on college football kickoff night.
Jim Harbaugh has a reputation for being a hands-on coach. Here's how hands-on we're talking about.
Peyton Manning says he would consider being the Tennessee quarterbacks coach but not the head coach.
North Carolina's Bug Howard caught the first touchdown of the 2015 season.
South Carolina and Steve Spurrier caught North Carolina off guard with a fake punt in the first quarter.
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