Penn State defensive end Shareef Miller became one of the rare cases where a player changes his number midway through the season, but he did so to honor an injured teammate.In the Nittany Lions' 56-0 win over George Southern last weekend, defensive end Torrence Brown left the game with a
Trace McSorely and the rest of the Penn State offense were down to their last chance on fourth down, needing a touchdown from seven yards out to avoid being upset by unranked Iowa in its own building. Big-time players make big-time plays with the game on the line, and McSorely delivered.On
Rutgers tight end Jerome Washington entered himself into the discussion for catch of the year Saturday afternoon, using mainly his ankles and rear end.In the first quarter of the Scarlet Knights' game against Nebraska, Rutgers quarterback Kyle Bolin's pass intended for Washington was nearly intercepted by Dedrick Young II when
Ohio State spread the wealth on offense in its 54-21 win against UNLV. The Buckeyes set a Big Ten record as seven different receivers scored a touchdown against the Rebels. Three Ohio State quarterbacks combined to connect with 13 different receivers for 474 yards and seven touchdowns.RELATED: The best college football
NORFOLK -- It was a scheduling coup of the highest order for Old Dominion to land a home-and-home series with Virginia Tech that now stretches until 2031.The arrangement makes ODU the envy of Conference USA. But there was also a deft piece of scheduling that likely won't be fully appreciated
Quarterback Mason Rudolph and Oklahoma State have put up crazy numbers in three nonconference wins this season.Now, the Cowboys face their first major test as they open Big 12 play. Sixth-ranked Oklahoma State will host No. 16 TCU on Saturday in a game that could affect the national championship race.