High praise for Pittsburgh's Kenny Pickett, a top-10 road underdog in the Big 12 and more ahead of Week 7.
- Tulane to return home for Sept. 25 game vs. UAB
- No. 2 Oklahoma fends off upset-minded Tulane
- Tulane moves second home game to Alabama
- Aftermath of Ida shifts OU at Tulane to Oklahoma
Week 6 of the college football season comes with impressive uniform selections by these teams.
— Clayton Tune passed for 288 yards and three touchdowns, including a go-ahead score late in the third quarter to Jeremy Singleton as Houston rallied past Tulane 40-22 on Thursday night.
— Keaton Mitchell rushed for a career-high 222 yards and two touchdowns, Holton Ahlers threw for 288 yards and a pair of touchdowns and East Carolina defeated Tulane 52-29 on Saturday.
— Dylan Hopkins threw three first-half touchdown passes, including a 65-yard bomb to Tre Shropshire to start the second quarter, and Alabama-Birmingham took a 21-0 lead, then held on to post a 28-21 win over Tulane on Saturday night.
— Matt Corral was not going to let an extended weather delay spoil his night. The Mississippi quarterback shrugged off the nearly two-hour pause and posted a record-setting performance.
Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 3.
Dave Wilson and Harry Lyles Jr. preview the most interesting storylines of the week in college football, from Auburn-Penn State to Alabama-Florida.
Tulane will return home to play its game against UAB at Yulman Stadium on Sept. 25 after being displaced the past two weeks because of Hurricane Ida.
From on-field highlights to fan antics, here are the best moments in college football for Week 1.
No. 2 Oklahoma, playing a road game on its home field, escaped with a 40-35 win against an unranked Tulane team that nearly pulled off one of the biggest upsets in school history on Saturday.
— Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler and his teammates felt the pressure after barely beating Tulane in the season...
Tulane will play its scheduled home game against Morgan State on Sept. 11 at Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama, where the university's athletic program relocated temporarily because of Hurricane Ida.