— Leddie Brown ran for three touchdowns, and West Virginia overcame Derius Davis' 100-yard return for a score on the opening kickoff in a 29-17 victory over TCU on Saturday night.
- Doege, Mountaineers seal upset of No. 15 Hokies
- WVU prez says he's not in favor of CFP expansion
- W. Virginia to allow full fan capacity at games
- West Virginia coach Brown gets 2-year extension
From "Certified Loser Boy" to "Loss Angeles" and beyond -- trolling in college football is an entertaining art form
Fresno State doesn't call what it does trolling, it calls it having sass. Regardless of the varying semantics, it has become quite an entertaining art form throughout the college football season.
— Gerry Bohanon saw something in his Baylor teammates during the week with the offense coming off a poor showing that helped knocked the Bears out of the Top 25.
— The score was tied, Texas Tech was about to take over deep in its own territory with time running down in the fourth quarter, and quarterback Henry Colombi had one thing to say to running back SaRodorick Thompson.
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— Another day, another ugly win for Oklahoma.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 3.
Jarret Doege threw two touchdown passes in front of a sold-out crowd, and West Virginia survived No. 15 Virginia Tech's furious rally en route to a 27-21 victory on Saturday.
— West Virginia's comfortable lead evaporated, the sellout crowd's cheers had turned to boos and possession of the Black Diamond Trophy came down to a goal-line stand.
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— Taulia Tagovailoa threw three touchdown passes, and Maryland routed Howard 62-0 Saturday night.
— Jarret Doege threw three touchdown passes, Winston Wright returned a kickoff for another score and West Virginia beat Long Island 66-0 Saturday night.
Gordon Gee said he believes College Football Playoff expansion is "on life support" and will not vote in favor of the proposed 12-team model when the CFP board of managers meets next month.
Left out of the SEC's expansion and the alliance of the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12, where do these schools go from here?
Oregon jumped into the top five while Oklahoma fell after another decommitment, but Penn State stays at No. 1.
Quinn Ewers will head to Ohio State this fall instead of next year, meaning there's a new No. 1-ranked team in the class rankings.
How did various college football teams replace key transfers on defense -- and how did those transfers benefit their new teams?