Will Levis threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more scores and No. 16 Kentucky dominated LSU in a 42-21 blowout.
Georgia took the new No. 1 spot in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday by a unanimous vote, taking the top spot during the regular season for the first time since November 1982.
During a speaking engagement this spring Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher used colorful language to proclaim his team would beat Alabama during coach Nick Saban’s career.
Kennedy Brooks took the final snap for sixth-ranked Oklahoma, after freshman quarterback Caleb Williams had taken over when Spencer Rattler was again benched in the Red River rivalry game.
Iowa was in victory formation and the emotion was about to spill over as dusk settled over Kinnick Stadium.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh called the ninth-ranked Wolverines’ come-from-behind victory over Nebraska a “Clint Eastwood win.”
Matt Corral promised it would be different this time against No. 13 Arkansas.
Quarterback Desmond Ridder and running back Jerome Ford combined to give the Bearcats a balanced and explosive offense in the team’s 23rd straight home victory.