Bad penalties, worse coaching decisions and more in weird Week 3

It wasn’t always pretty on a weekend in which there were zero matchups of ranked teams, but at least it was entertaining.

College Football Playoff picks after Week 3

ESPN reporters make their early picks for the College Football Playoff after the third full week of action.

Florida QB Franks carted off with leg injury

Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks was carted off the field with a right leg injury in the third quarter of the Gators’ game against Kentucky.

USC loses in OT ahead of tough stretch in slate

Dayan Ghanwoloku intercepted a tipped pass in overtime after Jake Oldroyd kicked a 43-yard field to give BYU the lead, and the Cougars beat No. 24 Southern California 30-27 on Saturday, their second straight OT victory over a traditional power program.

Sparty falls after 12-men flag negates tying FG

Eno Benjamin reached the ball to the goal line for a 1-yard touchdown run with 50 seconds remaining, and Arizona State beat No. 18 Michigan State 10-7 on Saturday after the Spartans had a tying field goal negated for having too many men on the field.

Tua’s career day propels Tide in SEC opener

Tua Tagovailoa threw for a career-high 444 yards and tied his personal best with five touchdowns to help No. 2 Alabama open Southeastern Conference play with a 47-23 victory over South Carolina on Saturday.

FSU without starting WR Matthews for UVA game

A Florida State spokesman said wide receiver D.J. Matthews did not travel for Saturday’s game because he “did not meet expectations.”

FCS The Citadel knocks off Georgia Tech in OT

Jacob Godek kicked a 37-yard field goal in overtime, quarterback Brandon Rainey ran for one touchdown and passed for another, and FCS The Citadel stunned Georgia Tech with a 27-24 upset victory on Saturday.

Endgame: Penn St. holds off Pitt as rivalry stops

Pitt failed to score any points after having a first-and-goal at the 1 with less than 4 minutes to play, and No. 13 Penn State held on for a 17-10 win in the 100th game between the teams.

ACC: UNC should’ve had 1 more second vs. Wake

The ACC said Saturday that North Carolina should have had 1 second remaining on the clock at the end of their Friday night loss to Wake Forest.

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