Helene Elliott, Los Angeles Times: UCLA's ability to rally from an 18-point deficit at Nebraska was something special.
Lee Barfknecht, Omaha World-Herald: Utter collapses like the one that occurred Saturday — UCLA scoring 35 unanswered points — have become far too commonplace for Nebraska.
Terry Foster, Detroit News: Michigan learned a lesson. It can't roll out the football and roll over opponents.
Jim Souhan, Minneapolis Star Tribune: In the category of health, Minnesota coach Jerry Kill falls too short to continue.
Chuck Carlton, Dallas Morning News: Asked for his message to the Texas fans, Mack Brown said: "Forget the coaches. Come for the kids."
Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com: Johnny Manziel ages Nick Saban, but Alabama gets the biggest prize of all — a 49-42 victory at Texas A&M.
Mike Herndon, AL.com: Can one possession change a season? For Auburn, coming off last season's 3-9 disaster, the answer is yes.
Bob Clark, Eugene Register-Guard: Tennessee thought it knew what was coming from Oregon. Then the Ducks compiled 687 yards in a 59-14 victory.
Tim Sullivan, Louisville Courier-Journal: Louisville made it three wins in a row against Kentucky, but this one showed just how efficient and physical the Cardinals have become.