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USC vs. Washington State: Live Score and Highlights

USC's quest to get back into the Top 25 begins in Pullman, Washington, on Saturday afternoon as the Trojans take on Mike Leach's Washington State Cougars. A late touchdown spurned USC (5-3) the last time out in a loss to then-No...

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Oregon Football Unveils Black-on-Black Uniforms for Game vs. Stanford

The Oregon Ducks have another big Pac-12 matchup Saturday against the Stanford Cardinal, and as always, they'll be wearing some fresh threads for the game.

This week, the Ducks will be wearing these all-black uniforms with yellow details. With a win Saturday night, they'll likely be in the Top Four of the College Football Playoff rankings, but they still have a few more weeks before they can secure a Playoff spot.

[Twitter, h/t College Spun]

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Oregon Football Unveils Black-on-Black Uniforms for Game vs. Stanford

The Oregon Ducks have another big Pac-12 matchup Saturday against the Stanford Cardinal, and as always, they'll be wearing some fresh threads for the game. This week, the Ducks will be wearing these all-black uniforms with yellow details...

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Pitt's James Conner Abuses Duke Defender with Stiff-Arm on Career Day

Pittsburgh Panthers running back James Conner had the game of his life on Saturday against the Duke Blue Devils. One play in the fourth quarter encapsulated his dominance perfectly.

With just over seven minutes remaining in the game, Conner abused a Duke defender with a vicious stiff-arm, pushing him over on his way to a first down. Conner later scored on a one-yard touchdown to tie the game at 38 apiece.

At that point, Conner had already run for 236 yards and two touchdowns, setting a new career high in terms of rushing yardage. He finished the day with 263 yards and three touchdowns on 38 carries.

[Vine]

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Army Band Performs in Halloween Costumes During Game vs. Air Force

The Army Black Knights band got in the Halloween spirit for Saturday's football game against Air Force.

One member of the band dressed up as a ghoul playing a severed leg.

Another dressed as the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters while playing a marshmallow.

The creativity with the instruments is an added bonus, but the costumes were great regardless.

[SB Nation]

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Georgia vs. Florida: Live Score and Highlights

Early Second Quarter

Georgia 7, Florida 0

Nick Chubb put Georgia on the scoreboard first.  How will Florida respond?

Follow along for analysis and updates.

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Northwestern's Mike McHugh Makes Absurd Leaping Catch vs. Iowa

Not a lot went right for the Northwestern Wildcats against the Iowa Hawkeyes on Saturday, this play notwithstanding. 

Down 38-7 in the third quarter, sophomore wide receiver Mike McHugh made an absurd leaping catch while tapping a foot inbounds to give the Wildcats a 1st-and-goal. He somehow managed to tip the ball with his right arm and snag it as it fell, despite having a defender right on his tail.

Unfortunately, the Wildcats didn't end up scoring on the drive, as quarterback Trevor Siemian threw an incompletion on 4th-and-1.

[Vine]

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Indiana vs. Michigan: Live Score and Highlights

Michigan 10, Indiana 0 (Early 2nd Quarter)

Keith Heitzman, who's in for the suspended Jake Butt, just reeled in a six-yard catch for a touchdown--his first in college.

Michigan's offense has life today.  

Keep your browser locked to this live blog for the latest commentary, analysis, goodies from the Web and more as the Wolverines (3-5, 1-3) and the Hoosiers (3-4, 0-3) settle the score on this brisk fall day. 

 

Homecoming notes

Michigan is 3-0 on homecoming under coach Brady Hoke

The Wolverines are 11-1 vs. Indiana on homecoming. 

 

Follow Bleacher Report's Michigan Wolverines football writer Adam Biggers on Twitter: @AdamBiggers81.

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Miami's Duke Johnson Runs Free on 90-Yard Touchdown vs. UNC

Miami Hurricanes junior running back Duke Johnson exploded for his longest career run against the North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday.

In the second quarter against UNC, Johnson broke free on this 90-yard touchdown, with no one coming close enough to bring him down. According to the Miami Herald's Manny Navarro, that run tied the record for the longest in school history:

That wasn't Johnson's only major accomplishment on Saturday. He also moved past Edgerrin James for the second-most career rushing yards in school history, according to ESPN Stats & Info:  

It was Johnson's second touchdown run on the day, after having scored on a one-yard plunge in the first quarter. At halftime, he already had 17 rushes for 172 yards and two scores, with Miami holding a 30-6 lead over UNC.  

[Twitter]

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TCU vs. West Virginia: Live Score and Highlights

West Virginia 13, TCU 7, Early 2nd Quarter

We are underway in Morgantown, as TCU and West Virginia will battle it out this afternoon. This top-25 matchup should see plenty of offense, and the winner of this game will likely be the team that can make a big stop defensively.

You can watch the game on ABC/ESPN2, but stay right here for live updates and analysis.

 

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Purdue Boilermakers vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers: Live Blog and Analysis

Nebraska and Purdue may be a new Big Ten rivalry, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be a good one.

But for this matchup to pick up steam, the Boilermakers will have to do better than they did a year ago. The Cornhuskers dominated the last meeting between these two squads, coasting to a 44-7 victory on Purdue’s home turf.

With a 3-5 record and only four games left on the schedule, Purdue can’t afford to lose another game.

Neither can Nebraska if it hopes to win the Big Ten. As it stands, the Cornhuskers are 3-1 in conference play, putting them in a tie with Minnesota for first in the Big Ten West.

Nebraska is led by the nation’s leading rusher, Ameer Abdullah, while Purdue features one of the Big Ten’s premier wideouts in Danny Anthrop. Keep it here for live updates and analysis throughout the game. Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2 and ABC.

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College Football Week 10: Live Scores, Highlights and Reaction

Keep it locked right here with Bleacher Report throughout the day as we provide you with the latest scores, highlights and much more!

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Penn State's Christian Hackenberg Drills Person in Head on Maryland Sideline

Sometimes you don't even have to be on the field to get hurt during a football game.

In the second quarter against the Maryland Terrapins on Saturday, Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg threw an errant pass that wound up drilling an unsuspecting person in the head on the Maryland sideline. 

That's going to leave a mark.

[Vine]

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Maryland Captains Refuse to Shake Hands with Penn State Players, Get Flagged

The University of Maryland Terrapins are attempting to fire up their rivalry with Penn State, and they chose a very unsportsmanlike way to do it. 

Prior to their coin toss against the Nittany Lions on Saturday, Maryland's three captains refused to shake the hands of their opponents. As a result, the team earned a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on the kickoff.

Not the best way to start a game, Terps.

[@IncredibleMonk]

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Lee Corso Makes His 250th Pick on 'GameDay,' Puts Mask on Backward

ESPN College GameDay analyst and absolute gem Lee Corso commemorated his 250th selection by picking No. 10 TCU over No. 20 West Virginia (in Morgantown).

However, he forgot to straighten the mask before putting it on.

He also butchered the words to "Take Me Home, Country Roads" before the blunder with the mask, too. 

[@WorldofIsaac]

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ESPN's 'College GameDay' Crew Brings Back Masks of Coaches for Halloween

ESPN's College GameDay crew brought back one of their oddest, slightly terrifying traditions during Week 10 of the 2014 college football season, as they all donned masks of prominent coaches.

This year's segment involved coaches on the outside looking in on the College Football Playoff, including Notre Dame's Brian Kelly, Oregon's Mark Helfrich, Kansas State's Bill Snyder, Michigan State's Mark Dantonio and TCU's Gary Patterson. 

Dantonio's staredown was pretty chilling.

Then, the men and their masks actually debated.

What capped it all off was a Patterson dance.

What do you think—is this segment scary and weird or just awesome?

[ESPN, SportsGrid]

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Best Signs from ESPN's 'College GameDay' Week 10

ESPN's College GameDay was in Morgantown, West Virginia, to see No. 10 TCU take on No. 20 West Virginia in Week 10 of the 2014 college football season, and the WVU fans brought their best stuff with their signs.

Hands down, the best sign of all belongs to WVU president E. Gordon Gee, who apparently knows what "bae" means and is a big fan of his quarterback's hair.

One fan paid homage to Ricky Bobby and Colonel Sanders.

Giving out apples on Halloween should be a criminal offense.

The West Virginia fans embraced their couch-burning tendencies.

One fan came with a Bobby Shmurda-related jab at Marshall.

A week of College GameDay can't go without a Nickelback mention. 

One fan took a shot at both UNC and Marshall with his sign.

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Kenny Hill Suspended: Latest Details, Reaction and Analysis

Texas A&M quarterback Kenny Hill has been suspended for two games after violating an unspecified team rule. The announcement comes a few days after it was reported Kyle Allen was set to take the reigns of the Aggies offense.

Joe Schad of ESPN broke the news:

Two days ago, CBSDFW reported the pending change at quarterback:

Hill got off to an extremely promising start. He led the team to a 5-0 record with 17 touchdowns and just two interceptions. His play fell off in recent weeks, however, with six touchdowns and an equal number of interceptions during the team's three-game skid.

Hill's decision making broke down as the season progressed, frequently throwing passes into coverage, which made the burst of interceptions make much more sense. It's unclear whether it was a breakdown of mechanics that prompted the collapse, or if there's more to his struggles than that. 

Things got bad enough that Hill would ultimately cede the starting job to freshman Kyle Allen. While Allen has yet to make a start for the Aggies, it's become clear that the job is his for the time being, and perhaps for good. 

It's unclear whether the looming suspension led to the quarterback switch or if the coaching staff simply decided Allen was the better option. Either way, he's now got a chance to showcase his hyped potential for at least the next two weeks.

Texas A&M faces off with the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks on Saturday.

 

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Maryland vs. Penn State: Live Score and Highlights

Maryland 7, Penn State 3—Early 2nd Quarter

The Nittany Lions host the Terrapins to renew a series that ran nearly uninterrupted from 1960 to 1993 (the two teams missed only 1976, 1981 and 1983 during that span).  It's also one of the most lopsided series in college football with Penn State holding a 35-1-1 advantage.

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Oklahoma vs. Iowa State: Live Score and Highlights

Oklahoma 21, Iowa State 0—Late 1st Quarter

The Oklahoma Sooners (5-2, 2-2 Big 12) look to stay alive in the conference race against the Iowa State Cyclones (2-5, 0-4).

Fox Sports 1 is carrying the Big 12 meeting. Bleacher Report is providing live scoring updates and in-game analysis. Please leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

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