Nick Baugardner, MLive.com: Since Brady Hoke took over the Michigan program in 2011 — a span of 30 games — the Wolverines have lost a whopping 61 turnovers.
Russell Levine, Pucks and Puzzle Pieces: A crappy effort by Michigan against Connecticut cannot dent his joy in having shared the experience with his autistic son.
Rick Morrissey, Chicago Sun-Times: Sports Illustrated's Oklahoma State series shows why sportswriters can't be fans.
Zack Tegler, New York Times: An interesting read on what it's like to be a member of the Nebraska marching band on game day.
Chris Dufrense, Los Angeles Times: Stanford's David Carr might have learned a painful lesson on Saturday. Never turn an impressive victory into a mess.
Chadd Cripe, Idaho Statesman: Boise State did not receive a point in voting for the Associated Press or USA Today coaches poll. It's the first shutout for the Broncos since Oct. 16, 2005.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: The Hlist. Favorites in the 57 Division I-A games last weekend won all but two of them. The favorites covered the spread in 36 of the 57 games.
Doug Lesmerises, Northeast Ohio Media Group: Besides the obvious $900,000 payout to Florida A&M, why was Saturday's game against Ohio State played?
Ron Morris, Columbia State: Card stunts are making a comeback at North Carolina State. Plus, after four weeks there are only 35 teams left that could reach the Bowl Championship Series title game.
Joey Johnston, Tampa Tribune: How bad can it get for South Florida? The Bulls are off to a 0-3 start and the attendance for Saturday's game against Florida Atlantic was 20,751.
Chip Towers, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: The mother of Louisiana State quarterback Zach Menttenberger, who works as an administrative assistant in the Georgia football office, has been given the week off by Mark Richt.
Ryan Aber, Oklahoman: The NCAA's targeting enforcement seems to be working, but some want the review process tweaked.
Stephen Tsai, Honolulu Star Advertiser: Hawaii has turned down an offer to play Colorado on Oct. 19 in Boulder.
Dr. Saturday, Yahoo!: Brigham Young fans hurled objects at officials after the Cougars' loss to Utah.
Shankar Vedantam, NPR: Being a fan of a bad team will make you fat.
Matt Scalici, AL.com: LSU has a commitment from a ninth-grader.
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