Six weeks in the books already. And, six college football stories from around the country go pretty fast, too.
It's hard to believe, but a good chunk of FBS teams are now halfway through the season. Meanwhile, three of the top five teams in AP Poll lost Saturday, the first such occurrence since 2008
Well, it doesn’t take long. After starting the year 5-0, the Georgia Bulldogs looked to be in national championship form.
TCU coach Gary Patterson met Sunday with the school's chancellor and athletic director about suspended quarterback Casey Pachall.
After throwing as many touchdowns as incompletions against Austin Peay, Murray State senior quarterback Casey Brockman was selected as the adidas Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Week.
The poised play of Everett Golson has Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly pleased with the quarterback's development heading toward a tough stretch of schedule.
"We've got certain guys you have to question their effort, and it shows on film," he said Sunday night. "You've got some guys who are kind of borderline because they're not playing as much as they'd like."
Bell was a defensive back on Auburn's 2010 national championship team. The Tigers are 9-9 since beating Oregon for the BCS title.
"We've seen what a great team looks like. You try to impress on that on the younger guys," he said. "For whatever reason, if they're not all in, or whatever the case may be, you just try to tell them, 'Just keeping pressing.' Be the best player and you're going to play. If not, you've got to sit back and wait your turn and be a team player."