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Tom Fornelli and Chip Patterson review the first week of college football on the Eye On College Football Podcast.
Georgia and USC took tough losses on Saturday, but are still projected into CFP host bowls.
What was supposed to be a light week imparts craziness in the Power Poll as our former No. 1 (Georgia) takes a fall, and so does USC after losing to Boston College, of all squads.
Georgia and Southern California made way for Notre Dame and UCLA in the top 10 after their surprising Saturday losses.
Arizona State's 38-24 win over Colorado came at a steep price after Taylor Kelly left the game with a right foot injury and reappeared on the sideline on crutches.
Florida's 36-30 triple-overtime win over Kentucky was exciting. But it might not be the best omen for Will Muschamp and Florida's 2014 season.
Utah State head coach Matt Wells told reporters Saturday that Chuckie Keeton suffered a knee injury in the Aggies win against Wake Forest.
The Big Ten is now 1-10 against Power 5 conferences in 2014.
Oklahoma is one of the few teams that has lived up to preseason hype, allowing only 33 points in three games. The Sooners whipped Tennessee 34-10.
Week 3 observations around college football, including more Big Ten misery, East Carolina rising an odd coin toss decision.
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley left Saturday night's game against Texas in the second quarter after suffering an injury to his left elbow.
Our weekly projection of what you'll see from the AP Top 25 when it's released on Sunday.
Steve Spurrier and South Carolina rebound from an ugly season opener against Texas A&M to defeat the Bulldogs for the third straight time in Columbia.
Georgia running back Todd Gurley turns nothing on a 3rd and 16 into a first down.
Who needs a Dorial Green-Beckham, a Henry Josey or Michael Sam? Missouri may not, if its drubbing of UCF Saturday is any indication.
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