Chaos equals fun in the college game. If only No. 1 Alabama had played along, some of us would be dancing in the streets.
GREENBERG: Oklahoma-Texas, TCU-Kansas State, Ohio State-Nebraska, Georgia Tech-Miami, Auburn-LSU, Utah-USC, Purdue-Wisconsin previews and picks.
There’s no way to fake eight victories in 10 years over chief rival Michigan. The Spartans have bounced back in dramatic fashion from an awful 2016.
Northwestern-Penn State, Illinois-Iowa, Notre Dame-North Carolina, Northern Illinois-Kent State previews and picks.
GREENBERG: What was Antonio Jones-Davis thinking? Here’s to you, Joe Tiller. And who’s the real No. 1, Alabama or Clemson?
Josh Adams had touchdown runs of 72 and 59 yards in the first half before leaving the game.
Fun fact: Illini athletic director Josh Whitman played tight end for the San Diego Chargers when Huskers coach Mike Riley was running the show there.
BIG GAME HUNTING: Wildcats try to ascend through the beery, cheesy haze in Madtown; Miami-Duke, USC-Washington State and other previews, predictions.
GREENBERG: The Nittany Lions have stars all over the field on offense, but it was their defense that made the bigger impression Saturday.
Chancellor Ronnie Green announced the move five days after the football team dropped to 1-2 for the second time in three years.
GREENBERG: Big Ten opener between 3-0 foes could end in an upset that rocks the league and deals a staggering blow to a presumed playoff contender.
Dabo Swinney’s defense is sick. And there’s nothing to apologize for where quarterback Kelly Bryant, the successor to Deshaun Watson, is concerned.
GREENBERG: Are Lovie Smith’s Illini prepared to behave like a Big Ten team in Tampa? Will Lamar Jackson and Louisville take down the defending champs?