The chaos of the 2021 college football season continued, and the trolls were active with their commentary.
- Maryland loses WR Jones for season with hurt leg
- Terps WR Demus out for season with knee injury
- Maryland to allow full capacity at home games
- Maryland gov. inks McNair Safe and Fair Play Act
— Payton Thorne threw two of his four touchdown passes to Jayden Reed, and Kenneth Walker ran for 143 yards and two scores, helping No. 8 Michigan State bounce back from its first...
Can Stetson Bennett keep delivering for the Dawgs? How will the Big Ten shake out? Will Bedlam be ... bedlam? Here's how more chaos could ensue.
— Jahan Dotson put on quite a show for the family members who came to see him play.
From Mike Leach hating on candy corn and Nick Saban turning 70, we've got the best of Week 9 covered.
— Taulia Tagovailoa and Maryland can still move the ball through the air, even after a couple big injuries on the receiving corps.
— Freshmen Ky Thomas and Mar'Keise Irving became the fourth and fifth different 100-yard rushers for Minnesota this season, as the Gophers gained 326 yards on the ground in a 34-16 trampling of Maryland on Saturday for their third straight victory.
Maryland receiver Jeshaun Jones is expected to miss the rest of the season because of a leg injury, coach Michael Locksley said Tuesday.
Caleb Williams, Brock Bowers and Denzel Burke are among the true freshmen who have truly stood out so far this season.
From "Certified Loser Boy" to "Loss Angeles" and beyond -- trolling in college football is an entertaining art form
Fresno State doesn't call what it does trolling, it calls it having sass. Regardless of the varying semantics, it has become quite an entertaining art form throughout the college football season.
— C.J. Stroud, who didn't throw a pass in a college football game until five weeks ago, says he's getting better at relaxing amid the chaos.
Maryland receiver Dontay Demus is expected to miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.
— Spencer Petras barely had time to exhale in the second quarter. The Iowa quarterback would come off the field following a scoring drive — then immediately return after the defense forced yet another turnover.
Along with the exciting Week 5 action, college football teams are making fashion statements with their uniform combinations.
From Alabama-Ole Miss and Arkansas-Georgia to Cincy-Notre Dame and Iowa-Maryland, there's a lot to keep an eye on this weekend.
Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa leads Pro Football Focus' list of September's college football breakout stars.
What can the Longhorns and Sooners expect as they prep for their first Big 12 road games since announcing their move to the SEC? We talked to players and coaches who've been in that position, and they don't expect it to be pretty.
What has worked and what still needs improvement to keep the wins coming for Michigan, Notre Dame, Kentucky, Boston College, Baylor, Ole Miss and Maryland.
There were 14 college football recruits in the 2021 class who earned a five-star rating. How have they played as freshmen so far?