— An Arizona team that owns the nation's longest losing streak was just the salve the Colorado Buffaloes needed.
- CU's Dorrell apologizes to Buffs after losing cool
- Buffs AD apologizes after coach shoves camera
- Ex-CU QB Noyer off to Oregon St. for final season
- Colorado starting QB Noyer enters transfer portal
Following Oregon's loss to Stanford on Saturday, the conference is in disarray, and it seems like the Pac-12 will be left out of the CFP yet again.
After apologizing to a photojournalist for pushing a camera during a loss Saturday, Colorado's Karl Dorrell apologized to the Buffaloes on Monday, saying he knows he has "to have better composure" as a head coach in the Pac-12.
Colorado AD Rick George apologized on behalf of Buffaloes coach Karl Dorrell for shoving a photojournalist's camera after a blowout loss Saturday, with Dorrell himself issuing an apology Sunday.
— Drake London's big plays helped Southern California snap out of its doldrums while keep the Colorado Buffaloes mired in their malaise.
What can the Longhorns and Sooners expect as they prep for their first Big 12 road games since announcing their move to the SEC? We talked to players and coaches who've been in that position, and they don't expect it to be pretty.
— Rachaad White said there were times that Colorado's defense was loading the line of scrimmage on Saturday night, daring Arizona State to beat them with throws downfield.
— Thomas Rush's big-play afternoon looked like this: Three tackles, two sacks and assisting fans who fell a short distance near the north end zone after a retaining barrier broke.
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— Freshman quarterback Haynes King's backup started out slowly, finished precious few drives and even fumbled the football a whisker from the goal line.
College football recruiting notebook: Big weekends for Ohio State and Michigan, NIL reaction and more
We break down which prospects are visiting which college football teams and which schools helped their cases in recruiting after Week 1.
From on-field highlights to fan antics, here are the best moments in college football for Week 1.
Addressing the biggest questions surrounding the potential alliance between the three leagues and forecasting what could unfold over the coming weeks and months.
From heated rivalries to live mascots to the electric entrances, college football is unlike any other sport. Our writers provide their favorite quirks that make the game so remarkable.
Texas A&M and TCU improved their recruiting profiles when it came to changing conferences, while Nebraska continued to fall.
We provide you with the schedule for each college football team's media day ahead of the 2021 season.
Arch Manning is one of three ESPN Jr. 300 prospects with a five-star rating. But he isn't No. 1 overall in the 2023 class ... right now.
On Thursday, for the first time, college athletes can begin making money off their names, images and likenesses without the threat of losing eligibility. Some greats from college sports history celebrated for the next generation of athletes.
Can UCLA, Utah or Arizona State challenge division favorite USC? And where do things stand at Colorado and Arizona?
Who are the best available quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and offensive linemen in the Class of 2022?