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- Mike Lopresti: It's all about the SEC Let's hear it for the SEC. Sure, the league is threatening to turn the Associated Press poll into an SEC fraternity house, hogging eight of the top 25 spots this week. But look at this way, isn't it nice that the conference allows 17 spots for the rest of the universe?
Report: Condoleezza Rice expected on playoff panel
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is expected to be part of the selection committee that will pick the teams for the College Football Playoff next year, a person with direct knowledge of the process told The Associated Press.
Defiance roughs up Ravens
On a perfect day for football, Defiance College spoiled Anderson University’s Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference opener by taking a decisive 34-0 win at Macholtz Stadium.
Missouri offense beats up Hoosiers 45-28
Kony Ealy surprised everyone Saturday night.
With two of the nation's most efficient quarterbacks and two of the nation's top-10 scoring offenses on the same field in Bloomington, Ealy showed the college football world why defense still matters.
The 275-pound defensive end leapt up late in the first half, plucked Nate Sudfeld's throw out of the air and sprinted 49 yards for a score that changed the game and led unbeaten Missouri to a surprisingly easy 45-28 victory at Indiana.
- Mike Lopresti: Tough times in Texas The eyes of Texas need a Kleenex. They must be weeping over what has happened to their Longhorns, and it might only get worse this week. Mack Brown's seat is getting so hot, you could cook a Texas ribeye on it.
Ravens shut out in home opener
The Anderson University football team lost to Grove City 42-0 on Saturday at Macholtz Stadium in the home opener.
- Ravens prepare for home football opener In his second season as head coach of the Anderson University football team, Bobby Ladner believes he has all the pieces in place to turn the struggling program around. Now, he just needs those pieces to focus on one thing. Execution.
No. 17 Michigan beats No. 14 Notre Dame 41-30
Devin Gardner threw four touchdown passes, including a victory-sealing connection to Drew Dileo with 4:18 left, and the dual-threat quarterback wearing No. 98 to honor Tom Harmon ran for a score to lead No. 17 Michigan to a 41-30 win over No. 14 Notre Dame on Saturday night in front of an NCAA-record crowd of 115,109.
Mike Lopresti: Welcome to BCS' farewell party
And so begins the BCS farewell tour in college football. Parting gifts optional. Each week of the season, we'll have the Tense 10. Ten games where the heat is on somebody to prove something.
- IU rolls past Indiana State BLOOMINGTON — Indiana's Nate Sudfeld threw four touchdown passes, and Tevin Coleman rushed for 169 yards and two more TDs in Thursday night's record-breaking 73-35 victory over Indiana State. The Hoosiers (1-0) scored 45 points in the first half, th
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