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NCAA FB

  1. The LSU QB is at the heart of the Tigers' ascendance toward the top of college football.
  2. The erratic play of Maryland's defense has proven to be more of a problem for first-year coach Mike Locksley than losing his starting quarterback to injury. Tyrrell Pigrome ran for a 61-yard score and threw for 218 yards at Purdue last Saturday as the replacement for Josh Jackson , who was out with
  3. D'Andre Swift is still looking for No. 10 Georgia's offense to play its first complete game. Swift, the leader of the Bulldogs' running attack, would like to see the offense be less predictable in Saturday night's game against Kentucky. Georgia still leads the Southeastern Conference
  4. Alaric Jackson knows Iowa's problems on offense are frustrating. Jackson, the junior left tackle on the No. 23 Hawkeyes' offensive line, wasn't about to point fingers Tuesday. Iowa (4-2, 1-2 Big Ten) has lost back-to-back games to Michigan and Penn State, scoring just 15 points in all.
  5. Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said he still thinks the Hawkeyes are capable of a special season. Iowa senior quarterback Nate Stanley has been under pressure and not as sharp, with four interceptions over the last two games.
  6. Halfway through his fourth season at Syracuse, coach Dino Babers is happy to ignore the recent past and focus on what lies ahead. Ranked in the preseason AP Top 25 with high expectations after a breakthrough 10-win season, the Orange (3-3, 0-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) certainly haven't looked
  7. Iowa State's success over the past two seasons helped it land freshman running back Breece Hall, who could have easily gone somewhere else given his talent. Hall set himself apart from a muddled position group with a breakout performance, rushing for 132 yards and three touchdowns in a 38-14 victory
  8. Wisconsin junior Jonathan Taylor is set to join a trio of elite running backs when the dominant No. 6 Badgers play their first Big Ten road game at Illinois on Saturday. Taylor, who has rushed for 4,996 yards, is just shy of joining Heisman Trophy winners Herschel Walker and Ron Dayne (another Badger
  9. After playing their most dramatic games this season, Florida and South Carolina will get back at it this Saturday in more SEC action. The No. 9 Gators travel to Columbia, S.C., to meet the Gamecocks at Williams-Brice Stadium in their annual East Division contest. Ranked seventh last week, Florida (
  10. No. 19 SMU was able to catch its breath during a bye week after a whirlwind first half of the season that captured the attention of the college football world. The Mustangs are sporting their best start since 1982 but will have to play their best game of the year Saturday against upset-minded Temple