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Baylor WR Corey Coleman Sets School Single-Season TD Record in Just 6 Games

The Baylor Bears played just their sixth game of the season on Saturday, but junior receiver Corey Coleman has already set the school's single-season touchdown record.

In other words, he's a monster.

Coleman tied the single-season record (14) in the first quarter against West Virginia and then broke it with an 11-yard touchdown catch (above) in the second quarter.

He wasn't finished, however. Coleman continued his big day by making a defender miss on his way to touchdown No. 16:

The 5'11" wideout has at least one touchdown in every game this season and is on a streak of five straight games with multiple touchdown catches.

If he continues at this pace, Coleman's record will be tough for any Bear to break in the future.


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Alabama vs. Texas A&M: Live Score and Highlights

The Texas A&M Aggies and Alabama Crimson Tide are ready to face each other at 3:30 ET on CBS. Follow along here for live updates, highlights and analysis throughout the game. 

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Michigan State vs. Michigan: Live Score and Highlights

The No. 7 Michigan State Spartans will enter the Big House looking to upset the No. 12 Michigan Wolverines in a Big Ten battle on Saturday.

Despite holding a 6-0 record, Michigan State is a 7.5-point underdog, per Odds Shark. The Spartans managed a 31-24 victory at Rutgers last weekend.

Michigan (5-1) has registered three consecutive shutouts, including a 38-0 dismantling of then-undefeated Northwestern. The defense enters the showdown allowing the fewest points and second-fewest yards per game in the nation.

ESPN will broadcast the tilt, which is set for a 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff. Bleacher Report will provide scoring updates, highlights and analysis.

Feel free to join the conversation in the comments.

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Florida State RB Dalvin Cook Makes Louisville Defense Look Bad on 54-Yard TD Run

The Louisville Cardinals defense learned Saturday that Florida State running back Dalvin Cook doesn't go down easily.

On the opening drive of the second half, Cook took a handoff on 1st-and-10 from the Seminoles 46-yard line. The sophomore running back managed to get the edge, and then he just embarrassed the Cardinals defense.

Cook was met by five Louisville defenders within a five-yard span after having already picked up 10 yards. That four-man advantage may seem like the defense would have no problem tackling the ball-carrier, but the 5'11", 202-pound running back powered through the tackle attempts.

Thirty yards later, Cook was in the end zone celebrating a 54-yard touchdown.

The touchdown and the ensuing extra point gave Florida State a 13-7 lead less than two minutes into the third quarter.


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Bucknell Safety Shows off Hops, Athleticism on Wild 1-Handed INT vs. Army

After seeing this play, the Bucknell coaching staff may want to try to get safety Connor Golden on the field on offense—because the sophomore defensive back has some crazy athleticism and can make spectacular catches.

Midway through the second quarter of Saturday's game against Army, Golden made a great play to come up with an interception. The 6-foot safety reached way up and brought the ball within his grasp with one hand.

The athleticism was incredibly impressive, but also give credit to Golden for concentrating and finishing the play.


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308-Pound Texas Tech OL Le'Raven Clark Scores on Tricky 2-Point Conversion

It's not a big man touchdown, but it's close enough.

The Texas Tech Red Raiders broke out a trick play in the second quarter to take a two-touchdown lead over the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday. Not only was the play a little unusual, but it was Texas Tech offensive lineman Le'Raven Clark who took the snap.

Red Raiders long snapper David Brenner snapped the ball across the field to Clark, who had a wall of blockers in front of him. With the combination of the blockers and the 308-pound lineman, it was nearly impossible for the Jayhawks to make a stop.

Texas Tech used the two-point conversion to extend its lead to 14-0 less than two minutes into the second quarter.

[Tech Gameday]

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Robert Nkemdiche Injury: Updates on Ole Miss Star's Concussion and Return

Ole Miss star defensive lineman Robert Nkemdiche suffered a concussion during Saturday's game against Memphis and has been ruled out, per's Alex Scarborough.

Continue for updates.

Nkemdiche Injured While Playing Offense Saturday, Oct. 17

B/R's Barrett Sallee noted why Ole Miss felt the need to use its star defensive player on offense:

Plenty of hype has followed Nkemdiche since he arrived in Oxford as a 247Sports 5-star recruit. Although his stats to date aren't stupendous, the junior has made a tremendous impact on the Rebels defense.

On that note, Jon Solomon of CBS Sports notes the Rebels coaching staff isn't doing much to help the draft stock of Nkemdiche by using him in a role that's not his specialty. 

Nkemdiche is having the best season of his college career, as his 5.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks coming into Saturday nearly equaled his previous bests in those categories (eight tackles for loss, two sacks). 

The Rebels have high hopes in 2015 even after a blowout loss against Florida, and Nkemdiche's presence on the defensive line is essential to reaching those heights. 

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Oklahoma vs. Kansas State: Live Score and Highlights

Kansas State Wildcats vs. Oklahoma Sooners

Time: 3:30 p.m. ET


Both the Kansas State Wildcats and the Oklahoma Sooners are looking to regain footing in the Big 12 after disappointing losses a week ago. 

The Wildcats let an upset of TCU slip through their fingers, while the Sooners fell victim in the Red River Rivalry game. 

Stay locked in for continued updates on this highly anticipated Big 12 matchup. 

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Steve Spurrier's 'College GameDay' Appearance Further Proof He's Perfect for TV

For Steve Spurrier, appearing on ESPN’s College GameDay Saturday morning was the natural way to end a momentous week.

And it would make perfect sense if, sometime soon, it was the way that most of us begin our college football Saturdays.

Five days after resigning as South Carolina’s head coach, Spurrier joined ESPN’s very popular pre-game show for an extended visit and served as the “celebrity” picker in Ann Arbor, Michigan before Michigan-Michigan State.

Spurrier was as comfortable on the set as most of us are in an old pair of jeans or a favorite pair of running shoes. It would be no surprise if he played a prominent role on GameDay or elsewhere in the college football TV universe in the very near future.

“I think I’ve planned for this day for the last several years,” Spurrier told host Rece Davis. “(South Carolina) wasn’t doing very well, 2-4, and I thought it was my fault a bit. When it starts going bad, and you’ve done it for a while, it’s the best thing to move out and prepare for life after coaching.”

Spurrier said he felt it was the right move to retire immediately, rather than announce and wait until season’s end, because interim coach Shawn Elliott “adds fire and passion to the team and could do a better job than I could.”

He fit in seamlessly with Davis, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard and looked more like a regular than someone dropping in for a guest visit. Spurrier even stuck around and made picks on the day’s games. When he picked host Michigan over the visiting Spartans, he said, “I want to walk out of here today, so I’m picking the Michigan Wolverines.”

While ESPN has shown no inclination toward change, there could be an opportunity for college football’s most quotable coach very soon. While Corso and his headgear picks remain immensely popular and he has done an excellent job of recovering from a stroke suffered in 2009, he is 80 years old.

If Corso decides it’s time to step away on his own terms, Spurrier should be ESPN and College GameDay producer Lee Fitting’s first call to replace him. Imagine the jabs he could fire off with the knowledge he’ll never have to face another coach in a recruiting battle. It’d be great.

Or he could join the SEC Network’s “SEC Nation” show, which mirrors GameDay’s format by traveling to a different SEC campus each week.

If TV is what Spurrier wants for his retirement, he’ll certainly have his choice of offers. Saturday’s appearance only reinforced that notion.

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Ole Miss Punter Goes Airborne After Being Hit by Memphis Player

Punters are people too!

Someone should tell that to the Memphis Tigers football team, because this hit is straight up rude. Ole Miss punter Will Gleeson will be feeling this one tomorrow.


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Cold Hard Fact for Saturday, October 17, 2015

Fact: Since 1959, Michigan head coaches are a combined 0-6 in their first game against Michigan State

Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light.

Source: ESPN Stats & Info

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LSU Fans Grill Whole Alligators Ahead of Game Against Florida Gators

No. 6 LSU is taking on No. 8 Florida in a highly anticipated matchup between two top-10 teams in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 

As expected, LSU fans are out in full force, tailgating before the showdown at 7 p.m. ET. A group of Tigers fans decided to take things to next level and eat their opponents. 

Literally. Well, somewhat.  

These fans are cooking up whole alligators. 

Well done. 


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Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell Throws Touchdown Pass vs. Memphis

What can't Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell do? Seriously.

Last week he was impersonating Odell Beckham Jr., and this week he's impersonating your favorite QB.

This kid is going to be a problem if he keeps doing things like this.


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DIII Wide Receiver Makes Acrobatic 'Ninja Catch' at Practice

Athletes are amazing, especially at a young age.

California Lutheran University wide receiver Ricky Johnson garnered 1,061 all-purpose yards last year, which lead the team. But as impressive as he is during games, he can also pull off some sweet moves in his spare time, like this "ninja catch" he shows off in this Instagram video.

We see you, Mr. Johnson. 


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