Doctors will evaluate Miami QB D'Eriq King's shoulder injury on Tuesday. King was injured during the Hurricanes' 38-17 loss to Michigan State on Saturday.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 3.
- Hurricanes QB King to have shoulder evaluated
- Ex-Cane pleads not guilty in teammate's murder
- Miami RB Chaney out for season with knee injury
- Eight lives left: Falling cat saved at Miami game
— Michigan State spent the week preparing for a fight. That was the analogy that the Spartans used all week, telling each other that their game at Miami would be a grind-it-out bout decided in the later rounds.
Former Miami Hurricanes football player Rashaun Jones pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges of killing teammate Bryan Pata outside a South Florida apartment complex in 2006.
Dave Wilson and Harry Lyles Jr. preview the most interesting storylines of the week in college football, from Auburn-Penn State to Alabama-Florida.
How does the firing of Clay Helton impact USC in recruiting? Which schools will Arch Manning be visiting this fall? We break it all down.
From Ohio State's defense to Notre Dame's close calls to Texas' SEC no-show and beyond, let's assess which teams that have struggled out of the gate have reason for genuine concern and which ones will be just fine.
With help from the Allstate Playoff Predictor, you can pick a top title contender, play out its season and see what chances it has to make the top four at the end of the year.
No. 24 Miami has lost running back Don Chaney Jr. for the remainder of the season with a knee injury, and starting linebacker Keontra Smith will miss several weeks with a leg injury.
— A cat survived a scare. So did the Miami Hurricanes.
A cat was saved after falling from the upper deck of Hard Rock Stadium by fans using a flag as a makeshift net during Saturday's Miami vs. Appalachian State game.
A handful of teams have already made statements before stepping on the field. Time to dress for success in Week 2.
Nick Saban needn't fret over the departure of so many stars from last year's team. His Alabama Crimson Tide didn't miss a beat in routing No. 14 Miami to open defense of their national title.
Alabama's decisive victory over Miami attracted some attention on Twitter from some of the university's distinguished alumni.
— Bryce Young didn't take long to prove he's the man to lead No. 1 Alabama in its quest for another national title.
Miami backup running back Jaylan Knighton was suspended for four games for violating team rules, while reserve tight end Larry Hodges has been banned for two games.
Paul is live in Atlanta, GA & is joined by a flurry of guests. Talking to him about the upcoming college football weekend is Holly Rowe, Tim Tebow, Taylor Davis & Alyssa Lang. Paul also talks to callers.