Ohio State's coaches are making a fashion statement on the recruiting trail with letterman's jackets that tout the program's accomplishments on each sleeve.
Unlike the last couple of years, Texas didn't fade away this time in a big road win against Texas Tech, and this win could be a huge turning point for the young Longhorns
The Ohio State offensive line was once considered a question. Now, there production is soaring and they are becoming a dominant group.
While Carlos Hyde hasn't exactly been the fastest getting out of the blocks lately, the Buckeyes have had their patience rewarded by continuing to feed him carries until he's got a full head of steam.
Bradley Roby is still looking for that elusive first interception, but the Ohio State cornerback is making his impact in other ways.
Jake Stoneburner has wide receiver skills, but the senior tight end's blocking prowess allows him to make a positive impact even if he doesn't catch the ball.
A punt block and onside kick could have haunted the Buckeyes in their win over UAB, so Urban Meyer will make some changes with personnel on special teams.
Bruising back Joe Bergeron, with a mindset that no one single opposing player will be able to bring him down, is working toward being a major catalyst for Texas' success this season.
Aaron Murray is the SEC's most experienced QB, but big wins have eluded him and he's focusing on fixing the small things hoping they will lead to bigger rewards.
Michigan's receivers have set the bar high, but Al Borges and Brady Hoke want not only playmakers but guys who can block, too.
Tight ends at Michigan are expected to block first, but as the offense transitions to more of a pro style under Al Borges he also is going to be more of a receiving threat.
With a year under his belt, Florida fullback Hunter Joyer knows he can do more on the field and is ready for an expanded role.
When Michigan coach Red Berenson led the Wolverines to the playoffs in the 1990-91 season, he had no idea that it was just the start of a historic streak. But Michigan is making its 22nd consecutive postseason appearance.
Whitewright, Texas, is a small town. There's not much to it, but Tyrone Swoopes loves calling it home. And the state's best QB, and future Longhorn, won't let the spotlight change him.
Florida center Patric Young had the jaw-dropping play of the night with his one-handed block and steal of an FSU forward's attempted dunk.
In his keys to the game, Michael Rothstein writes of Michigan's need to block Jerel Worthy and to work underneat routes against the Spartans.