The most ridiculous day of the 2015 college football season took place on a Monday, a day when there weren't any games being played.
With 267 yards of total offense, Utes senior running back Devontae Booker stole the spotlight from Cal's Jared Goff Saturday night and continues to separate himself as one of the top prospects at his position in the 2016 class.
Ole Miss junior left tackle Laremy Tunsil has yet to see the field this season due to a NCAA investigation into improper benefits, but there is finally clarity with his situation.
Ole Miss announced Monday night that Laremy Tunsil will miss the Memphis game and return to action against Texas A&M.
Surging Florida has been flattened by the news their starting quarterback could miss an entire year due to a positive test for a banned NCAA substance. The suspension could effect not only the Gators but the entire SEC.
Every Monday, Eye on College Football's Tom Fornelli looks back at 10 things that stood out to him over the college football weekend -- everything from the awesome to the just plain stupid. Mostly stupid.
Ohio State has fallen from the No. 1 spot, all the way to No. 4, as Utah takes over No. 1 and Baylor and Clemson jump the Buckeyes in the CBS Sports 128.
With the Utes and Tigers making noise -- and the Gators looking at good as any team in the SEC -- the Buckeyes have plenty of competition for their No. 1 spot. CBS Sports senior columnist Dennis Dodd breaks it all down in his Week 6 Power Rankings.
Our first look at Week 7's college football odds finds Michigan, LSU and Florida State all favorites of just under a touchdown in massive games this week.
A loss by USC and another lackluster performance by Michigan State have dropped those two from the projected New Year's Six games, replaced by Utah and Michigan

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