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CBS Sports senior columnist Dennis Dodd checks in with his four top storylines entering college football's first big Saturday of 2015.
Scooby Wright, the rock of Arizona's defense, may be able to return this season after injuring his left knee Thursday night.
Did Colorado deserve one final shot at the end zone against Hawaii?
Ultimate Disc player, and Florida alum, Brodie Smith returned to The Swamp to show off some trick shots.
Every Friday, the Friday Five will rank something in the world of college football -- anything and everything from the logical to the illogical. This week we rank five rule changes you may not be aware of.
Auburn has seen plenty of success over the last decade, but the Tigers hope to become kings of the SEC in 2015 with arguably the best defensive coordinator in the game and a shiny, new video board to brag about.
Montana State linebacker Mac Bignell had an early candidate for hit of the year when he absolutely destroyed Ft. Lewis' running back on Thursday night.
Utah's Twitter feed had a few interesting things to say Thursday night after the Utes' win over Michigan.
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.
There were 18 games 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.
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