It's a slow day for some teams, as there were byes this weekend for a few football teams. Others had some big wins and cause for excitement. One team had another poor performance and lost to a Sun Belt team.
Despite the loss to the USC Trojans this weekend, the Boston Globe writes that the Eagles are still showing progress under first year head coach Steve Addazio.
The Seminoles fell behind to Nevada 7-3 in the second quarter, but bounced back in a major way en route to a 62-7 romp over the Wolfpack.
The Yellow Jackets impressed beyond the typical box score on Saturday against Duke.
Randy Edsall won his homecoming against Connecticut 32-21, as the Terps moved to 3-0 for the first time since 2001. The Terps did receive some bad news, as starting corner back Dexter McDougle will miss the rest of the year with a shoudler injury sustained on his second interception of the game.
Miami was off this past weekend, and that gave the Hurricanes time to catch their breath and get some rest, especially the reserves, who will figure prominently in the next two weeks of play.
Tip-off times and some roster updates were announced for the basketball team over the weekend.
The Pack opens up as a 13-point underdog on Thursday night against Clemson.
The Cavaliers are on track for a record ticket revenue for football this season.
The Deacons had a bad loss to UL-Monroe on Saturday, and Coach Grobe points the finger at himself for the "lethargic" offense.