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College football Week 8 overreactions: Pitt's Kenny Pickett is ACC's top QB. Big 12 is unpredictable.
There were many surprises in Week 8 of the college football season. But it's important to temper responses. Here are five overreactions from Saturday.
Oklahoma drops two spots to No. 4, Georgia still leads USA TODAY AFCA Coaches Poll
Oklahoma won at Kansas, but the performance dropped the Sooners two spots to No. 4 in the USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll. Georgia stayed No. 1.
Observations from Week 8 in college football: Illinois-Penn State nine-OT game was tedious, gimmicky
A look at the new overtime rule in college football wasn't exactly pleasing, but it was dramatic, plus three other observations from Week 8.
Misery Index notebook: Colorado State's clock management fails; Penn State, Clemson crumble
Colorado State coach Steve Addazio had a double-whammy of incompetence in Rams loss, while Penn State and Clemson reach new levels of frustration.
Opinion: Time to declare the end of Justin Fuente era at Virginia Tech
It's not official, of course, but we can pretty much declare the Justin Fuente era over after Virginia Tech's home loss to Syracuse in Week 8.
College football Week 8 report card: Mike Leach earns an 'A' for great candy takes
Mike Leach's meandering takes on candy and the Michigan band's beer pong halftime show get grades in the college football Week 8 report card.
How USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll could look after Week 8 with two more top-10 upsets
There were two more top-10 upsets in college football's Week 8, and monster matchups between the SEC and Big Ten promise more poll shakeups in future.
Will Oklahoma's defense turn it around before it's too late?
After OU's defense struggled once again, Sooners defensive coordinator Alex Grinch said things would get fixed. But time is running out.       
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Winners and losers of college football's Week 8: Oregon escapes, Penn State falls out of playoff race
Oregon kept its College Football Playoff hopes alive Saturday. Penn State did not. Who joins them on the list of winners and losers from Week 8?       
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No. 6 Michigan turns it up in second half to rout Northwestern 33-7
Michigan turned a 10-7 nailbiter into a 33-7 laugher against Northwestern on Saturday afternoon with a strong second half in Ann Arbor.       
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No. 2 Oklahoma's come-from-behind win vs. Kansas leaves more questions than answers
Oklahoma quarterback Caleb Williams was uneven but came up big late as the Sooners rallied past Kansas in Big 12 matchup.       
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Power outage temporarily disrupts Oklahoma-Kansas game
A campus-wide power outage in Lawrence briefly affected the Oklahoma-Kansas game at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.       
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USC Trojans at Notre Dame Fighting Irish: Live stream, time, betting odds, how to watch
The rivalry between Southern Cal and Notre Dame renews Saturday. Here's everything you need to know about the matchup.       
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Tennessee Volunteers at Alabama Crimson Tide: Live stream, time, betting odds, how to watch
The Alabama Crimson Tide will look to continue its dominance against the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday night in Tuscaloosa.       
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Even in national TV loss Arch Manning shows why he's the most sought-after recruit in America
Georgia coach Kirby Smart was in the building and America was watching top 2023 recruit Arch Manning put his talent on display.       
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College football games to watch, Week 8: Iowa State could be a real threat to No. 9 Oklahoma State
No. 9 Oklahoma State is looking at a major test against a dangerous Iowa State team, as the Cyclones might still be a factor in the Big 12 picture.       
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