Jon Solomon, AL.com: Why Oregon is better positioned to play Alabama than Florida State in the Bowl Championship Series title game.
Chris Hine, Chicago Tribune: The father of Illinois quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase is facing a charge of resisting arrest after an altercation involving fans during the Fighting Illini's 42-3 loss to Michigan State.
Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times: The West is the late-night place to be. Stanford's win over Oregon State and Fresno State's overtime defeat of San Diego State weren't widely seen but could have a big BCS impact. Plus, the week ahead.
Lee Barfnecht, Omaha World-Herald: Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst isn't talking, but the ice beneath Bo Pelini appears to be thin.
Jimmy Burch, Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Baylor's season will be defined by a stretch of games in November.
Alex Apple, Dallas Morning News: How do you stop — make that slow — Baylor's offense? Texas Christian's Gary Patterson tries to explain.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: The Hlist: Rutgers is not ready to compete in the Big Ten and the Big 12 is watered down.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Pacific 12 wrap: Blowouts, wobbly performances, fake punts, bad fingers and more.
Brian Howell, Boulder Daily Camera: A couple of questionable coaching decisions helped bury Colorado's chances of victory at Arizona.
Connor Byrne, Daily Californian: It's too early to judge the coaching job of California's Sonny Dykes.
Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun: Breaking down three-plus seasons of offensive breakdowns at Florida.
Robbie Neiswanger, Arkansas News Bureau: When all else is lost, you can always sell hope. Just ask Arkansas' Bret Bielema.
Andrew Adam Newman, New York Times: Coming to a tailgate near you: Charmin's mobile luxury restrooms.
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