Running back John Clay is on top of Wisconsin's depth chart, as expected, but coach Bret Bielema says he'll give backups Montee Ball and James White carries against UNLV on Saturday.
No. 2 Ohio State doesn't know what to expect from Marshall.
Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz thought he was finally getting his linebacker corps into shape.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops knows all too well the risks of starting a season against another powerhouse team.
Connecticut linebacker Greg Lloyd Jr., who was expected to redshirt this season while recovering from a knee injury, is slated to start Saturday against Michigan.
Kellen Moore is uniquely indistinguishable. He's modest and reserved, unlikely to draw attention to himself. At 6-feet tall and 186 pounds, he hardly looks the part of a football hero.
Less than a week away from a high-profile opener, Butch Davis doesn't sound too certain of who will take the field for North Carolina.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers shouldn't expect a fond farewell from fans when they go on the road this fall.
Cody Johnson, a pile-driving touchdown scorer Texas coaches thought would be a short-yardage specialist, is now the starting tailback for the fifth-ranked Longhorns for the season-opening game at Rice.