Maryland standout Likely out for season with torn ACL
Maryland, college football Maryland standout kick returner and defensive back Will Likely is out for the season with a torn knee ligament. Likely tore his ACL while returning a punt in the second quarter Saturday in a 31-10 loss to Minnesota. The senior leads the Terrapins (4-2, 1-2 Big Ten) with three pass breakups and ranks third on the team with 32 tackles. He also leads Maryland with 27.4 yards per kickoff return, including a 64-yarder in a 30-24 victory at Central Florida. Likely owns or shares six different Maryland records. He broke a 76-year-old Big Ten record with 233 punt return yards in a win over Richmond last season. He took back three kicks for scores in 2015, including a 100-yard kickoff return against Iowa. Maryland first-year coach DJ Durkin says: ''I am confident Will has the work ethic, drive and focus to overcome this injury and continue his football career at the next level.''
October 20, 2016

UNC loses OG Peterson, LB Smith for year to injuries
North Carolina, college football North Carolina has lost starting offensive guard Caleb Peterson and linebacker Jonathan Smith to season-ending injuries. The school said Thursday that Peterson will have back surgery Friday in Dallas. The senior started 42 games and made 30 straight starts before missing the Virginia Tech game two weeks ago. Peterson joins guard John Ferranto, who was lost to a preseason injury, as starting linemen the Tar Heels have lost for the season. Smith, a true freshman, suffered a broken right foot in practice before the Virginia Tech game. He had surgery Thursday in Chapel Hill. He had played in six games.
October 20, 2016

Michigan State forward Gavin Schilling needs knee surgery
Michigan State, college basketball Michigan State's basketball roster has taken another hit. Forward Gavin Schilling hurt his right knee last week in practice and will need surgery. Schilling is out indefinitely. Michigan State coach Tom Izzo says Schilling had been practicing ''very well,'' after an ''incredible summer,'' going into his senior season. He averaged 3.8 points and 3.1 rebounds in 24 games last season after recovering from a toe injury.
October 19, 2016

Vols' Reeves-Maybin, McKenzie out for rest of season
Tennessee, college football Tennessee linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin has undergone season-ending shoulder surgery and defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie also will miss the remainder of the year with a torn pectoral muscle. Volunteers coach Butch Jones updated the status of both players and Reeves-Maybin discussed his surgery Tuesday. ''I've never been through a year like this in coaching ever,'' Jones said.
October 18, 2016

Minnesota QB Leidner still dealing with concussion symptoms
Minnesota, college football Minnesota quarterback Mitch Leidner is still working his way back from a concussion and coach Tracy Claeys says it's likely thatConor Rhoda will start on Saturday against Rutgers. Leidner was listed as out by the team on Tuesday, though that designation is open to re-evaluation later in the week. Claeys says Leidner has been cleared to do some light work in practice this week. But the coach says it will be hard for his senior to get enough reps to prepare for the game. That means Rhoda, a former walk-on, should start for the second straight week. He was solid in his first start last week, a 31-10 win at Maryland that snapped Minnesota's two-game skid to start Big Ten play.
October 18, 2016

USC WR Steven Mitchell out for season with knee injury
USC, college football Southern California receiver Steven Mitchell Jr. will miss the rest of the season with a torn ligament in his left knee. Mitchell has 24 catches for 226 yards and one touchdown as the top slot receiver for the Trojans (4-3, 3-2 Pac-12). He ranks third on the team in receptions behind JuJu Smith-Schuster and Darreus Rogers. Mitchell wasn't touched when he tore a ligament while making a cut on a punt return last Saturday during USC's 48-14 win over Arizona, the Trojans' third straight victory. Deontay Burnett is likely to get more playing time in the absence of Mitchell, who has one year of eligibility remaining. Mitchell also tore a ligament in his right knee prior to his first season at USC.
October 17, 2016

Oklahoma loses injured RB Perine for at least 2 games
Oklahoma, college football Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says standout running back Samaje Perine will miss at least the next two games with a pulled muscle. Perine, a junior who has rushed for 475 yards and six touchdowns for No. 16 Oklahoma, was injured early in the 38-17 win Saturday over Kansas State. Stoops said after the win that Perine could have finished the game, but Monday said Perine ''will be out at least two weeks, maybe three.'' Stoops says the Sooners want to make sure the injury heals properly.
October 17, 2016

Florida State safety Andrews out for rest of season
Florida State, college football Florida State safety Nate Andrews will miss the rest of the season after suffering a partially torn pectoral muscle in his right shoulder Saturday during a victory over No. 16 Miami. Andrews, a 6-foot senior, played in only four games with three starts. He had 18 tackles and an interception. He missed the first two games due to a calf injury. Andrews has played in 45 games during his collegiate career. As a freshman in 2013, he led the team with four interceptions as Florida State won its third national championship.
October 11, 2016

Utah loses another RB, Shyne done for the season
Utah, college football Starting running back Armand Shyne is done for the season after suffering an injury to his right leg during the 36-23 win over Arizona on Saturday. Shyne was promoted to starter last week and went down immediately after becoming the first Utes back to rush for 100 yards in a game this season. Shyne will miss the spring session, also.
October 10, 2016

Arkansas LB Greenlaw to miss 4-6 weeks with foot injury
Arkansas, college football Arkansas coach Bret Bielema says linebacker Dre Greenlaw will need 4-6 weeks of recovery after undergoing foot surgery following the No. 22 Razorbacks' 39-20 loss to No. 1 Alabama. Bielema initially said after the loss that he thought the 6-foot, 226-pound sophomore would miss the rest of the season, but he now says he spoke too soon about the recovery timetable - leaving open the chance Greenlaw could return later this season. Greenlaw entered the game against the Crimson Tide as the leading tackler for Arkansas (4-2, 0-2 Southeastern Conference).
October 10, 2016

Center J.J. Dielman out for Utah as injuries mount
Utah, college football Utah three-year starting center J.J. Dielman will miss the rest of the season due to a lower leg injury. He joins former starting defensive end Kylie Fitts and tight end Siale Fakailoatonga on the sideline for the rest of the season with injuries. Utah lost its No. 1 receiver Tim Patrick, starting cornerback Reggie Porter and Dielman during Saturday's game. Patrick said he expects to play this week.
October 3, 2016

Texas RB Chris Warren III out indefinitely
Texas, college football Texas running back Chris Warren III is out indefinitely after injuring his right knee Saturday against Oklahoma State. Warren missed the second half against Oklahoma State after rushing for 106 yards on 10 carries in the first half. For the season, he has rushed for 366 yards and three touchdowns with a 5.9-yard average per carry. Leading rusher D'Onta Foreman left the game against Oklahoma State in the third quarter with an abdominal injury after rumbling for 148 yards and two touchdowns. Strong said he expects Foreman to play Saturday against No. 20 Oklahoma.
October 3, 2016

Wisconsin kicker Gaglianone out for season after surgery
Wisconsin, college football Wisconsin kicker Rafael Gaglianone is out for the season after undergoing surgery for a back injury. Gaglianone missed the Badgers' 30-6 win at Michigan State last Saturday due to his injury. The team said in a statement his condition appeared to improve Sunday but then worsened so he underwent surgery Thursday. No. 8 Wisconsin plays at No. 4 Michigan on Saturday. The junior was off to a strong start this season, converting seven of eight attempts before being sidelined. He missed spring practice in 2015 due to a similar injury. The Badgers say that since Gaglianone played in only three games, he's eligible to apply for a medical hardship waiver from the NCAA to play an additional season.
September 29, 2016

Tennessee offensive tackle Hall expected to miss 4-6 weeks
Tennessee, college football Tennessee linebacker Darrin Kirkland Jr. will miss a third straight game Saturday at No. 25 Georgia due to a high ankle sprain. Volunteers coach Butch Jones ruled Kirkland out for the Georgia game on Wednesday. Jones says he expects both defensive end LaTroy Lewis and linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin to play for the 11th-ranked Volunteers this week. Lewis played sparingly Saturday in a 38-28 victory over Florida after missing the Sept. 17 win over Ohio with an ankle injury. Reeves-Maybin missed the majority of the last two games with a shoulder injury. Cornerback Cam Sutton remains sidelined after fracturing his right ankle Sept. 17. Jones says ''there is a possibility that he may be able to get back for maybe the last couple of games of the year.''
September 28, 2016

Spartans' Reschke to miss substantial time with ankle sprain
Michigan State, college football Michigan State LB Jon Reschke is expected to miss a substantial amount of time with an ankle sprain, and linebacker Riley Bullough is day to day after missing last weekend's loss to Wisconsin with an unspecified injury. Reschke had a forced fumble and an interception two weeks ago in a win at Notre Dame, but the Spartans followed that up with a 30-6 loss to Wisconsin. Dantonio said he's hoping Ed Davis, who received an extra year of eligibility after missing all of last season with a knee injury, will be able to help. Hicks lettered for the Spartans from 2012-14.
September 27, 2016

Michigan CB Jeremy Clark has torn ACL
Michigan, college football Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh says starting cornerback Jeremy Clark suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament against Penn State and is likely done for the season. Clark, a fifth-year senior, made 10 tackles and is tied for team-high honors with three pass breakups for the fourth-ranked Wolverines. Harbaugh said junior Brandon Watson and freshmen David Long and Levert Hill will be called on to help make up for the loss. He also said the Michigan coaching staff will look into the possibility of a medical hardship ruling, which could grant Clark a sixth year of eligility.
September 26, 2016

Rutgers loses Janarion Grant, Quanzell Lambert to injuries
Rutgers, college football Rutgers says offensive catalyst Janarion Grant and defensive end Quanzell Lambert suffered season-ending injuries during Saturday's loss to Iowa. Coach Chris Ash confirmed Monday that both seniors won't play again without disclosing the nature of their injuries. Ash said Rutgers would petition the NCAA for a medical redshirt season for Grant, but it might not be granted because he played in four games.
September 26, 2016

Duke KR DeVon Edwards suffers season-ending knee injury
Duke, college football Duke says safety and kick returner DeVon Edwards is out for the season with torn knee ligaments. Coach David Cutcliffe said Sunday that Edwards tore both the anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in his left knee during Saturday's 38-35 upset at Notre Dame. Edwards was injured on the Fighting Irish's first kickoff of the day and was on crutches at the end of the game. The redshirt senior has six career kick returns for touchdowns, one shy of the Atlantic Coast Conference and NCAA records.
September 25, 2016

Penn State linebacker Wartman-White out for season
Penn State, college football Penn State coach James Franklin announced Tuesday that Nyeem Wartman-White will miss the remainder of the season with a right knee injury suffered midway through the Temple game. His second season-ending injury in as many years is the latest blow for a unit already without Brandon Bell and Jason Cabinda. Neither appear ready to return for Saturday's game. Wartman-White began the season at outside linebacker and shifted back to the middle with Cabinda out. When Wartman-White went down, it left Penn State with sophomores Jake Cooper and Manny Bowen, neither of whom had experienced calling the defense.
September 20, 2016

Utah RB Williams retires, Fitts out with injury
Utah, college football Utah starting running back Joe Williams has retired from football after a slow start to the 2016 season. Williams was expected to replace current Denver Broncos running back Devontae Booker, but struggled and was benched during the last game after losing a fumble. Ball security had been an issue for Williams since 2015. Williams rushed for 75 yards on 22 carries in two games this season and is on track to graduate in December. Defensive end Kylie Fitts will miss the rest of the season with a foot injury. Fitts was in his second season as a starter and led the Utes with seven sacks in 2015. The senior will apply for a medical redshirt.
September 14, 2016

Iowa to give Kinnick Stadium $90M overhaul
Iowa, college football The University of Iowa is moving forward with plans for a $90 million renovation of Kinnick Stadium. The Iowa Board of Regents on Thursday approved the design and financing plan for the project, which will renovate one of the stadium's end zones. Kinnick Stadium, which has hosted the Hawkeyes since 1929, last received an overhaul in 2006 that was highlighted by a new press box
October 20, 2016

Kentucky picked to win SEC men's title
SEC, college basketball Kentucky is the media favorite yet again to win the Southeastern Conference basketball title. A media panel made the Wildcats as the overall preseason pick for the 12th time since the 1998-99 season in voting announced Wednesday. Florida was picked to finish second, followed by Texas A&M, Georgia, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi and Mississippi State rounding out the top 10. Rounding out the preseason picks is Auburn at 11, followed by LSU, Tennessee and Missouri. Arkansas senior forward Moses Kingsley is the preseason player of the year. Georgia's J.J. Frazier, Tyler Davis of Texas A&M and Kentucky teammates Edrice ''Bam'' Adebayo and De'Aaron Fox join Kingsley on the preseason All-SEC team with another pair of Wildcats on the second-team in Isaiah Briscoe and Malik Monk.
October 19, 2016

Baylor under investigation for alleged Title IX violations
Baylor Baylor University is under federal investigation after its former coordinator responsible for preventing gender discrimination filed a complaint over sexual violence on the university's Waco campus, a federal agency spokeswoman said Wednesday. The investigation by the Office for Civil Rights for the U.S. Department of Education began after the agency received a complaint from Patty Crawford, Baylor's former Title IX coordinator, said agency spokeswoman Dorie Nolt. As Title IX coordinator, Crawford was entrusted with enforcing federal standards meant to prevent discrimination based on gender at Baylor.
Ocotober 19, 2016

South Carolina tops SEC preseason women's basketball poll
womens basketball Defending Southeastern Conference women's basketball champion South Carolina is picked to win a fourth straight league title by a panel of SEC and national media. The SEC announced Tuesday that South Carolina forward A'ja Wilson was selected as the SEC's preseason player of the year. The Gamecocks won the league regular-season title in 2014 and 2016. South Carolina shared the league's regular-season crown with Tennessee in 2015. In the preseason poll, South Carolina was followed by Mississippi State, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, Texas A&M, Auburn, Missouri, Vanderbilt, Georgia, Arkansas, LSU, Alabama and Mississippi. The preseason all-conference team included Wilson, Kentucky's Makayla Epps, Mississippi State's Victoria Vivians, South Carolina's Alaina Coates and Tennessee's Diamond DeShields.
October 18, 2016

Fire at Marshall University's football stadium ruled arson
Marshall, college football Officials say a fire that damaged electrical wiring at Marshall University's football stadium in West Virginia has been ruled arson. State Fire Marshal's spokesman Tim Chastain says they're offering a $5,000 reward to those with information leading to an arrest in connection with the Sunday night fire at Joan C. Edwards Stadium. Huntington Fire Chief Carl Eastham says crews responded to the scene after receiving reports of the flames. A business owner said several of his portable restroom and hand washing stations were set on fire. Officials say flames from the plastic units, placed against a fence outside the stadium, spread up a light tower. University spokesman Scott Morehouse says it's possible the damage could affect the start time for Saturday's game with Charlotte if there's considerable damage to the lights.
October 18, 2016

Kansas picked to win Big 12
college basketball Kansas has been picked to win the Big 12 this season by the leagues coaches:
1 Kansas (9)
2 West Virginia
3 Texas
4 Iowa State (1)
5 Baylor
6 Oklahoma
T7 Oklahoma State
T7 Texas Tech
9 Kansas State
10 TCU
Since coaches cannot vote for their own team, Iowa State received the other first place vote.
October 14, 2016

LSU-Florida gets rescheduled for Nov. 19 in Baton Rouge
college football LSU and Florida will play after all this season, albeit in a different state than originally scheduled, which didn't leave the Gators entirely happy with the solution. The old Southeastern Conference rivals, whose game last weekend was postponed by Hurricane Matthew, are now scheduled to play Nov. 19 at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge.
September 9, 2016

ACC womens basketball tournament headed to South Carolina
womens basketball The Atlantic Coast Conference is moving its women's basketball tournament to South Carolina after relocating it from North Carolina because of a law that restricts the rights of LGBT people. The tournament is headed to Myrtle Beach. The ACC pulled 10 neutral-site championships out of North Carolina last month because of the law. Coastal Carolina will host the tournament from March 1-5. It's the conference's seventh appearance in the state of South Carolina and first since a five-year run in Rock Hill from 1992-96. ACC women's basketball associate commissioner Nora Lynn Finch said the conference also was looking at Florida and Virginia as possible sites.
October 12, 2016

Notre Dame women picked to win ACC
ACC, college basketball Three-time defending champion Notre Dame is the pick to win the Atlantic Coast Conference again. The Irish have been selected by the coaches as the preseason favorite ever since the school joined the ACC before the 2013-14 season. Louisville and Florida State are second and third in the poll, which was released Wednesday. Syracuse, fresh off its appearance in the NCAA championship game, was picked fourth. Miami, Duke, North Carolina State, Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Virginia round out the first 10. Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Boston College, Pitt and Clemson finish out the voting.
October 12, 2016

Mississippi athletics program in hot water
Mississippi The NCAA has penalized Mississippi for violations in its women's basketball and track programs and placed the athletic department on probation through 2019. The ruling by the committee on infractions also includes show-cause penalties for several coaches involved with the two sports, including a two-year penalty for former women's basketball coach Adrian Wiggins. The NCAA cited academic fraud in the women's basketball program and impermissible recruiting by the track team. The NCAA also accepted several of the school's previously self-imposed penalties in the case, including a 2013 postseason ban for women's basketball and restrictions in recruiting and scholarships. The NCAA also said the investigation of the school's football team is ongoing and that inquiry has been separated from the cases involving women's basketball and track.
October 7, 2016

Charlie Strong takes over defense for Texas, demotes Bedford
Texas, college football Texas coach Charlie Strong has taken charge of the Longhorns' defense and demoted defensive coordinator Vance Bedford. Strong made the announcement Monday at his weekly news conference. He said he will run the defense and call the plays. Texas started the season with a win over Notre Dame that pushed the Longhorns into the Top 25, but even then, the Longhorns gave up 47 points. A 50-43 loss to California stung, then the Longhorns had a week off to prepare for Oklahoma State. The Cowboys racked up 555 yards and posted their highest point total in 31 meetings with the Longhorns, winning 49-31. Strong said the team had ''a lot of talent on defense,'' and called its performance ''unacceptable.'' Strong said Bedford will help with the defensive backs.
October 3, 2016

ACC moves football championship game to Orlando
college football, The ACC is moving its 2016 football championship to Orlando's Camping World Stadium. Orlando emerged as a possible location after the ACC joined other sports leagues in pulling out of North Carolina amid backlash over controversial state House Bill 2. The ACC Championship Game had been scheduled for Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium, where it had been held since 2010.
September 29, 2016

Pitt, West Virginia to renew hoops rivalry in 2017
college basketball The basketball version of the ''Backyard Brawl'' is back. Pittsburgh and West Virginia announced Thursday that the regional rivalry between the two schools long known as the ''Backyard Brawl'' will resume in 2017, when the men's basketball teams begin a four-year series. The Panthers will host the Mountaineers in 2017 and 2019, with West Virginia welcoming Pitt in 2018 and 2020.
September 29, 2016

Death of Wildcats senior lineman ruled accidental
Arizona, college football Arizona offensive lineman Zach Hemmila's death has been ruled accidental and a result of the combination of two prescription drugs. A report released Tuesday by the Pima County Medical Examiner's Office says the cause of death was ''combined toxic effects'' of an opiate painkiller and an anti-anxiety medication. The 22-year-old senior was found dead in his apartment on Aug. 8. Authorities say he died in his sleep. Hemmila, from the Phoenix suburb of Chandler, played 13 games for the Wildcats last season. He was expected to compete for the starting center job this year.
Spetember 27, 2016

Puerto Rico Tipoff moves to Orlando due to Zika concerns
college basketball This year's Puerto Rico Tipoff will move to Orlando, Florida, due to concerns about Zika virus on the island. The concern for the welfare of participants and spectators was ''the primary driver'' in the decision. The tournament should return to Puerto Rico in the future. The eight-team tournament will move from Coliseo Roberto Clemente in San Juan to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. It will keep its original Nov. 17-20 schedule, as well as the field of Xavier, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Clemson, Davidson, Missouri, Northern Iowa and Tulane. Miami won the event last November.
September 29, 2016

LSU defense end Davon Godchaux suspended after arrest
SLU, college footall LSU starting defensive end Davon Godchaux has been suspended indefinitely after being arrested following an incident with his girlfriend at his apartment. The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office says Godchaux was released on $3,000 bond after being arrested on charges of false imprisonment and domestic abuse/child endangerment. The arrest report says the woman accused Godchaux of grabbing her hair and later her shoulder when she tried to leave his apartment
September 26, 2016

Notre Dame fires defensive coordinator after 1-3 start
Notre Dame, college football Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly fired defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder on Sunday, hours after an embarrassing 38-35 home loss to Duke dropped the Fighting Irish - who started the season ranked No. 10 - to 1-3. ''I had time last night to evaluate our current situation and made what I felt to be the best decision for the program,'' Kelly said. Greg Hudson, a former Irish linebacker under Lou Holtz who was hired as a defensive analyst over the summer, was named VanGorder's replacement.
September 25, 2016

Ron Turner fired at FIU
FIU, college football Florida International has fired coach Ron Turner. The Panthers made the move Sunday, one day after the team fell to 0-4 this season with a 53-14 loss to Central Florida. FIU has won only 13 of its last 53 games, going back to the final game of the 2011 season. The Panthers were 10-30 in parts of four seasons under Turner, who replaced Mario Cristobal before the 2012 season. Defensive coordinator Ron Cooper is taking over as interim coach.
September 25, 2016

NCAA grants Florida State's White immediate eligibility
Florida State, womens basketball Florida State women's basketball player Chatrice White has been granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA. The 6-foot-3 junior center from Shelby, Nebraska, transferred from Illinois in May. White averaged 18.7 points and 9.3 rebounds last season, had 18 double-double games as was named to the Big Ten's all-conference second team. Florida State coach Sue Semrau said Friday that White will add to the Seminoles' low-post game and gives the team tremendous depth. White also had 56 3-pointers in two seasons at Illinois. White was a 2014 McDonald's High School All-American and was named to the Big Ten's all-freshman team in 2014-15.
September 23, 2016

Big 4 classic extended through 2019
Big 4 classic extended through 2019 The annual doubleheader featuring Iowa's four Division I teams has been extended through 2019. The event, known as the Hy-Vee Classic, features the Hawkeyes and Cyclones playing Northern Iowa and Drake on a rotating basis in the state's capital city of Des Moines. The doubleheader began as a compromise in 2012 so that high-majors Iowa and Iowa State could still face their instate rivals without having to play a true road game. The event has taken off lately, with sellouts in each of the last two seasons. Northern Iowa and Iowa, which both advanced to the second round of last year's NCAA Tournament, play each other in Des Moines on Dec. 17. The Cyclones will face Drake.
September 19, 2016

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October 20, 2016
Boise State 28, BYU 27
Virginia Tech 37, Miami 16
Troy 28, South Alabama 21

October 21, 2016
California 52, Oregon 49
San Diego State 42, San Jose State 3
Temple 46, South Florida 30

October 22, 2016
Air Force vs Hawaii
Akron vs Ball State
Alabama vs Texas A&M
Appalachian State vs Idaho
Arizona State vs Washington State
Arkansas vs Auburn
Army vs North Texas
Boston College vs Syracuse
Bowling Green vs Miami OH
Buffalo vs Northern Illinois
Central Florida vs Connecticut
Central Michigan vs Toledo
Charlotte vs Marshall
Cincinnati vs East Carolina
Colorado vs Stanford
Colorado State vs Nevada Las Vegas
Eastern Michigan vs Western Michigan
Florida International vs Louisiana Tech
Fresno State vs Utah State
Georgia Southern vs New Mexico State
Georgia State vs Tennessee Martin
Houston vs SMU
Illinois vs Michigan
Iowa vs Wisconsin
Indiana vs Northwestern
Kansas vs Oklahoma State
Kansas State vs Texas
Kent State vs Ohio
Kentucky vs Mississippi State
Louisiana vs Texas State
Louisiana Monroe vs New Mexico
Louisiana State vs Mississippi
Louisville vs North Carolina State
Maryland vs Michigan State
Massachusetts vs South Carolina
Memphis vs Navy
Middle Tennessee vs Missouri
Minnesota vs Rutgers
Nebraska vs Purdue
Nevada vs Wyoming
North Carolina vs Virginia
Ohio State vs Penn State
Oklahoma vs Texas Tech
Old Dominion vs Western Kentucky
Oregon State vs Washington
Prairie View A&M vs Rice
TCU vs West Virginia
Tennessee State vs Vanderbilt
Texas El Paso vs Texas San Antonio
Tulane vs Tulsa
UCLA vs Utah