The Pac-12 might need Oregon to be great, but the Big Ten is more than Ohio State. What else did we learn from Week 3?
Referring to Oklahoma CB D.J. Graham's one-handed interception on fourth down at the Sooner 3-yard line in Saturday's win over Nebraska, Lincoln Riley said he "might have been the first coach in history to challenge a play we got an interception on."
- OU's Riley: Almost challenged my own team's INT
- Nebraska keeps home game sellout streak alive
- Nebraska's season-opening loss 'the same movie'
- NCAA investigating Huskers, Frost for violations
— Oklahoma and Nebraska played as if they were trying to uphold the history of the rivalry.
Is there a path for Florida to upset Bama? Can Nebraska make Oklahoma sweat? How will Cincy fare on the big stage? We get you ready for Week 3.
Dave Wilson and Harry Lyles Jr. preview the most interesting storylines of the week in college football, from Auburn-Penn State to Alabama-Florida.
With one of college football's most historic rivalries resuming Saturday, we look back at the games and moments that have made Sooners-Huskers so special.
It's considered the best game in college football history, but the stories you've never heard -- trash talk, poison paranoia and much more -- are even better.
— Before Saturday, it had been two years since Nebraska won consecutive games.
Huskers AD Trev Alberts says Nebraska still faces a "week-to-week grind" to continue the 59-year sellout streak.
— Fordham hung tough with Nebraska for a while, but ultimately the Cornhuskers imposed their will on their overmatched visitor from New York City.
First, we talk about the college football season.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers say they've sold out their 376th consecutive home football game, a streak that dates back to 1962. Two donors purchased the remaining tickets for Saturday's home opener against Fordham.
After a dispiriting loss to Illinois in the season opener, it's hard to see much progress for Scott Frost at the start of Year 4. Can the program's former star quarterback change things before it's too late?
ESPN staff reporters give their picks on the biggest topics in CFB for 2021. Who will make the playoff and win the title? Who will take home the Heisman?
Nebraska coach Scott Frost said Saturday's 30-22 loss at Illinois 'looked like the same movie' after the Cornhuskers committed the same mistakes that have plagued them in recent years.
— Under a new coach, with fans packed into the stands for the first time since 2019 and its backup quarterback at the helm, Illinois beat Nebraska 30-22 on Saturday to kick off the 2021 college football season.