These teams didn't miss a chance to troll their opponents on social media.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 4.
- Irish's Coan: Starting vs. Badgers will be 'weird'
- Suspended Badgers RB Roberts enters portal
- Badgers LB Chenal tests positive, out 2 games
- Badgers dismiss RB Crawford, suspend Roberts
— To win more games than any coach in the storied history of Notre Dame football, Brian Kelly has needed to be adaptable.
Notre Dame will face Wisconsin at Soldier Field in Chicago. College GameDay is there.
Things get very challenging for the Irish, unbeaten Arkansas faces a tall task and we try to find Clemson's missing offense as we get ready for Week 4.
Notre Dame's Jack Coan faces a path similar to one followed by Russell Wilson, Justin Fields and others
Coan's path has parallels with other former Power 5 quarterbacks who faced similar scenarios.
Arkansas and Texas A&M meet for just the third time as ranked opponents, while the city of Chicago hosts Notre Dame against Wisconsin during Week 4.
Jack Coan went 12-6 as a starter for Wisconsin before transferring to Notre Dame, but he admits it's going to be "weird" lining up against the No. 18 Badgers on Saturday. "It's going to be a lot of my friends I'm going to be playing against," he said.
Wisconsin running back Antwan Roberts has entered the transfer portal less than three weeks after getting suspended from the team.
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— Penn State’s defense continually stood tall and Wisconsin kept stubbing its toe whenever the Badgers approached the end zone.
Starting linebacker Leo Chenal, who had a team-high three sacks for the Badgers in 2020, will miss Wisconsin's first two games after testing positive for COVID-19, he said Saturday.
Mark Schlabach predicts each of the Power 5's conference champions, players of the year, best games and even more ahead of Week 1.
Wisconsin has dismissed freshman running back Loyal Crawford from the team after police said he armed himself with a knife during a fight in a dorm. Coach Paul Chryst also said Tuesday that freshman running back Antwan Roberts had been suspended.
With the first AP college football poll officially released, we take a look at the top Heisman candidate on each of the 25 teams.
Bill Connelly updates his college football SP+ projections based on returning production, recent recruiting and recent history.
Is it any surprise that Nick Saban's crew starts the year on top? Clemson, led by QB DJ Uiagalelei, and Oklahoma, behind star Spencer Rattler, are looking to close the gap.
Oklahoma remains QBU, but who makes the Sooners' Mount Rushmore of signal callers? And which schools produce the best at the other positions? ESPN Stats & Info crunches the numbers to let us know.