Boise State's hopes for another BCS busting season burst in their first game of the season thanks to a 17-13 loss to Michigan State. (ESPN)
Tennessee wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson made a name for himself with two touchdowns in the first quarter as the Vols beat North Carolina State 35-21 in the first Chick-fil-A Kickoff game of the weekend. Tennessee might not miss Da'Rick Rodgers after all. (Yahoo! Sports)
The first day of the rest of Stanford's life.
Stanford's first game of the post-Andrew Luck era comes with a 20-17 victory against San Jose State. (ESPN)
I have to praise you like I should.
Drew Sharp praises Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke for suspending defensive back Frank Clark and running back Fitzgerald Toussaint for Saturday night's season-opening mega-showdown against Alabama. (The Detroit Free Press)
Marc Morehouse looks at Iowa center James Ferentz's aggressive style of play on the field. And yes. Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz is his dad. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)
There's a possibility, but no chance.
Georgia Tech will pull an upset against Virginia Tech. Because Joseph Wyatt said so. Don't hold your breath, Techies. (ChuckOliver.net)
Texas player profile of the day.
Randy Riggs profiles Texas defensive tackle Chris Whaley. (The Austin American-Statesman)
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