Every Monday, the Eye on College Football's Tom Fornelli takes an early look at this week's most interesting point spreads in Line Study.
North Carolina players got a little carried away with the spray paint after winning back the Victory Bell Thursday night.
A Virginia fan was caught on camera celebrating Virginia's win over Miami by singing 'Don't Stop Believing' to his lucky fake goose. As one does.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was lucky he wasn't ejected after deliberately making contact with an official.
Burt Reynolds was on hand at his alma mater Saturday for the traditional pregame spear-planting before the Seminoles' game against Boston College.
Tar Heel fans hoping to buy a little memento to remember Thursday night's win over Duke can do so, if they loosen their checkbooks a bit.
Jameis Winston told Florida State compliance that the autographs on memorabilia being sold as signed by the Heisman Trophy winner have been forged, the Palm Beach Post reported.
Confirming recent reports, Florida State and Ole Miss announced they will meet in the 'Orlando Kickoff Game' to open the 2016 season.
Here's Monday's conference-by-conference television announcements for the weekend of Nov. 29.
As expected, Jameis Winston and Duke Johnson provided many of the highlights but with NFL talent all over the field Saturday night, scouts couldn't focus solely on the skill positions. In fact, from a scouting perspective, the most important performance may have been turned in by versatile FSU lineman Cameron Erving, a potential top 50 pick this spring.

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