This Week In College Football: What's Wrong With Ohio State?The Buckeyes haven't lived up to expectations so far, what's the reason?
Allen Helps No. 14 Aggies Over No. 21 Bulldogs 30-17Kyle Allen threw for 322 yards and two touchdowns.
No. 14 Texas A&M Rallies For 28-21 OT Win Over ArkansasNo. 14 Texas A&M completed another late comeback against Arkansas, winning the SEC opener 28-21 on Saturday night.
Lee Rallies Undefeated James Madison Past SMU, 48-45The Mustangs rallied from 10-points down in the final 4 minutes.
No. 3 TCU Outlasts Texas Tech 55-52 On Tipped PassNo. 3 TCU outlasted Texas Tech 55-52 on Saturday in the Big 12 opener for both teams.
Late Field Goal Lifts No. 24 Oklahoma State Over Texas 30-27Texas scored two defensive touchdowns but still fell to one its worst starts in more than 50 years.
No. 5 Baylor Rolls Past Rice 70-17No. 5 Baylor wrapped up its non-conference schedule with a 70-17 romp over Rice on Saturday.
Football Notebook: NFL Week 1, Cowboys Win & NCAA Week 2How many weeks until a team thinks they tie the game last-possession, only to miss the game-tying extra point?
Woman Officiates Game With SEC Team For 1st Time In HistoryFemale officials are rare but aren't unheard of in major college football.
This Week In College Football: Overreaction Week Is In Full SwingThe week after Week 1 of college football season is always the time for over the top reactions to the first games, this year is no exception.
This Week In College Football: Opening Weekend Viewing GuideThere's plenty of games to choose from, here's the best to watch in each time slot.
NCAA Football Preview: Will TCU Win Its First Outright Big 12 Title?The Horned Frogs enter the season with very high expectations.
TCU No. 2, Baylor No. 4 In NCAA Coaches' Poll
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: May 18th-May 22ndThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
NCAA Puts Oklahoma St. On Probation For InfractionsThe NCAA put Oklahoma State's football program on a year of probation Friday for failing to follow its own drug-testing policies, largely sparing the Cowboys of serious penalties.