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The UCF-UNC, WVU-NC State, ECU-Va. Tech football games are among those cancelled due to Hurricane Florence, while the B.C.-Wake Forest kickoff has been moved up Thursday.
- UNC, NC State, Va. Tech called due to Florence
- Schools in Carolinas, Virginia monitoring Florence
- NC State receiver Louis in concussion protocol
- Beamer, Bowden grateful to just watch VT-FSU
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg & Brad Edwards discuss the weather wreaking havoc in Week 3 (2:30), Nick Saban's plea to his squad (9:08), a crucial Week in the Big 12 (14:43) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (28:40) & Extra Points (37:08).
With Hurricane Florence bearing down on the Carolinas' coastline, conferences and schools are monitoring the strengthening storm's progress and exploring contingencies for games this week.
NC State receiver Stephen Louis is progressing through the concussion protocol ahead of the Wolfpack's game Saturday against West Virginia.
Will Grier threw three of his four touchdown passes to Gary Jennings to lead No. 14 West Virginia to a 52-17 victory over Youngstown State on Saturday night.
Ahead of Monday's top-20 matchup between FSU and Virginia Tech, legendary coaches Bobby Bowden and Frank Beamer joked during the pregame festivities about how happy they were not coaching the game.
West Virginia linebacker Charlie Benton will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.
True, Week 1 isn't even over, but opinions are most certainly already being formed by the playoff committee after the Pac-12, Notre Dame and Big 12 results.
Will Grier got his Heisman Trophy campaign off to an impressive start, throwing for 429 yards and five touchdowns as No. 17 West Virginia defeated Tennessee 40-14 Saturday in a game delayed for more than an hour at halftime due to lightning.
You've read the scouting reports and have your Week 1 watch list nailed down, so let's get to the real business -- like whether or not blimps have bathrooms.
Thursday begins five straight days of college football that include four matchups between preseason top-25 teams, potential image boosts for several conferences and, oh yeah, plenty of College Football Playoff implications. Let's go!
Which teams will provide the most drama, fun and entertaining football in 2018? Mark Schlabach uses his scientific formula to rank the top 10.
Ed Oliver -- along with his horse, Oreo -- provide the latest attention-grabbing preseason Heisman push, a tradition that includes a name change and a Times Square billboard.