Our reporters put Week 7 of the college football season into perspective, from Oklahoma's quarterback situation to the crowded Big Ten race.
From Georgia's defense to Oklahoma's newfound explosiveness and Ohio State's skill corps, we look at each title contender's greatest strength.
- Person arrested after making way to Pitt sideline
- Sherrill to serve as honorary Pitt captain vs. Vols
- ACC looks to prioritize football in marketing
- ACC's Phillips: Vaccines give 'best chance' to play
With the release of the latest AP poll, here's what is next up for each team in the new rankings.
— Kenny Pickett threw two touchdown passes and rushed for a score to lead Pittsburgh to a 28-7 victory over Virginia Tech on Saturday.
What to make of college football's unpredictable first six weeks, getting to know Oklahoma's Caleb Williams and more ahead of Week 7.
Three things you shouldn't count out: The Crimson Tide making the CFP, Scott Frost sticking it out with Nebraska and a quarterback taking home the Heisman.
Since it seems anyone can lose this college football season, we look at the biggest issue facing all 18 teams still in the CFP hunt.
Could Pitt make the College Football Playoff this season? What about Penn State or Texas? Or a two-loss Georgia or Alabama? The Allstate Playoff Predictor has the answers.
Ohio State's College Football Playoff chances may not be dead after all. Also, does the ACC have a quarterback with Heisman potential?
— Kenny Pickett pumped his Heisman Trophy candidacy as Pitt dominated Georgia Tech 52-21.
A person was arrested after he made his way onto the Pitt sideline before kickoff of Saturday's game against Georgia Tech.
After a month of surprises, we size up Spencer Rattler's Heisman candidacy, the wide-open ACC race and whose stock has risen and fallen the most.
— Pat Narduzzi shrugged his shoulders and stated the obvious.
— There's a montage Western Michigan football coach Tim Lester makes his team watch relentlessly. It includes a flash of the letter “R," which stands for “respond."
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 2.
— Kenny Pickett threw for 285 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a score to lead Pittsburgh to a 41-34 victory over Tennessee Saturday.
Iowa won the coveted Cy-Hawk trophy by one point the last time the Hawkeyes and Cyclones met back in 2019. And now, for the first time ever, both teams are ranked (and in the top 10!) heading into the game.