— Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi was worried about a letdown. Kenny Pickett wasn't about to let that happen again.
- Syracuse RB Tucker expects to stay with Orange
- Cuse standout WR Harris to enter transfer portal
- Babers, Orange to open year with two-QB system
- ACC looks to prioritize football in marketing
More college football players are entering the transfer portal each year. As the season winds down, we will analyze top players as they enter the portal and make new commitments.
Clemson and Florida State dominated the ACC over the past decade, and that has shown up in recruiting. But which class stood the test of time?
Syracuse's Sean Tucker, the nation's third-leading rusher this season, said he believes he'll return to the Orange in 2022 but added that a coaching change could alter his plans.
— North Carolina State just needed to make sure it took care of business to give itself a chance to be in the mix for a conference championship.
— After a series of late collapses led to frustrating losses, Louisville finally played the complete game it has long sought.
Syracuse Head Coach Dino Babers joins the show fresh off a bye week and talks about preparing for Louisville. Plus its time to give you "The Best from Weekend" like Clemson’s goal-line stand to beat Louisville. And of course we also give you "The Worst from the Weekend" like Wake & North Carolina combining for 22 penalties.
— It was a slog for the Syracuse offense in the first half. Four false starts. Zero points. Just six first downs and 118 yards.
— Garrett Shrader rushed for three touchdowns and threw for two, including one to Damien Alford with 19 seconds left, to lift Syracuse to a 41-36 victory over Virginia Tech on Saturday.
Caleb Williams, Brock Bowers and Denzel Burke are among the true freshmen who have truly stood out so far this season.
— DJ Uiagalelei passed for 181 yards and one touchdown, Kobe Pace rushed for 76 yards and another score, and Clemson held off Syracuse 17-14 on Friday night.
Oregon, Kansas and Boise State brought fashion to the gridiron, highlighting some of the best fits in college football for Week 7.
— A.T. Perry said he likely won't sleep for a while and that's understandable.
Penn State and Iowa meet for the first time as top-five foes, while Texas and Oklahoma prepare for one of the Big 12's last Red River Rivalries. And those are just two among a Week 6 slate loaded with must-watch games.
Syracuse wide receiver Taj Harris plans to transfer after not playing in the Orange's games against Florida State and Liberty.