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Marty Smith ESPN 

Penn State QB Trace McSorely tells me he and the boys are confident and ready to go.

Jonathan Whyley ESPN Producer 

A snack for the football team before a workout

Jonathan Whyley ESPN Producer 

Marty Smith with the folks at the Berkey Creamery on the campus of Penn State. The first and oldest ice cream college class in the country

Jonathan Whyley ESPN Producer 

Marty Smith with WR DaeSean Hamilton ahead of the big game against Michigan Saturday night at 7:30p on ABC

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

You never know what you'll see on the road. Northern Illinois' equipment truck headed to Ohio for tomorrow's game against Bowling Green.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

A great comeback by Memphis at Houston. Riley Ferguson does it again with 471 pass yards and five second-half touchdown drives, and freshman cornerback T.J. Carter records two takeaways in the final two minutes. After being blanked in the first half, Memphis now has control of the AAC West. Mike Norvell's team now has four wins by single digits.

Jacob Roen ESPN 

Saquan Barkley and the Penn State running backs entertain and provide food for the more than 900 students camped out at Beaver Stadium. Nittanyville has hosted Penn State students waiting all week for the best tickets to the Michigan vs Penn State game Saturday night.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia landed ESPN 300 defensive end Adam Anderson on Thursday, adding to its No. 12 ranked recruiting class. Anderson is the No. 57 ranked prospect in the 2018 class and gives the Dawgs seven ESPN 300 commitments.

Cole Cubelic ESPN 

#QBvsTheCrew with Jordan, Tom & Cole round 3 from Fayetteville getting set for Auburn at Arkansas Saturday night at 6:30pm on the SEC Network!

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Erin Snyder ESPN 

Tune in to ESPN2 Friday night to find out what New Mexico Head Coach Bob Davie had to say when he went 40 yards with Molly McGrath!

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Tom Hart ESPN College Football 

Cole Cubelic illustrates Austin Golson's versatility and value to Auburn's offensive line.

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Jonathan Whyley ESPN Producer 

Take a look at the cool new locker room at Penn State The game against Michigan is 7:30p on ABC

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Scott Matthews ESPN Producer 

Laura Rutledge checks in on Houston's players taking a break with some wiffle ball the day before their AAC showdown with Memphis (Thursday 8 ET on ESPN).

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson said quarterback John Wolford has been able to practice every day and will start against Georgia Tech on Saturday. Wolford sustained a shoulder injury against Florida State and missed the Clemson game.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

NC State coach Dave Doeren on his program's rise since he arrived: "I don't think we're close to finishing what we started."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson said quarterback John Wolford has been able to practice every day and will start against Georgia Tech on Saturday. Wolford sustained a shoulder injury against Clemson.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente on the Coastal Division: "I don't think there's a nickel's worth of difference right now. It's going to be a tough, hard grind for anyone to make it all the way through. It's going to be hard and could go about 1,000 different ways."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina coach Larry Fedora was asked about being in uncharted territory with a 1-6 team: "There's nothing that I like about it. We talk about adversity all the time as a football team, that overcoming adversity is one of the most important things you can do. This is just another form of adversity. We haven't changed anything. Our focus is on this day and being the best that we can be this day and then when Saturday gets here, it will all be about Virginia Tech."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson said he didn't know yet whether B-back KirVonte Benson would be able to play against Wake Forest, but added "he's got a good chance." Benson left the Miami game with a leg injury.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Syracuse coach Dino Babers about his now famous post-game speeches to his team: "When you look into their eyes, it's like the Energizer Bunny beating that drum. Those kids, there's so much youth, there's so much energy ... that's what charges my batteries. ... I love being part of something that will stick with them the rest of their lives, their kids' lives and their grandkids' lives. That's the stuff that gets me going."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Syracuse coach Dino Babers said the one thing he learned about his team in the upset win over Clemson: "That we're capable ... They've been in some close games and they didn't win them, and now they've been in a close game they finally won and that gives them a lot of confidence."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said Florida State quarterback James Blackman attended a quarterback camp two summers ago in Louisville. "He's a very good young man and good player and was really into it," Petrino said. "You could see his motivation, how much he concentrated and how well he practiced."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher was asked about last year's loss to Louisville: "It woke some guys up ... it shows you how dynamic and explosive they are ... They played a heck of a game, there's no doubt."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said there has been an emphasis on tackling during practice this week, to help shore up some of the issues the defense has had. He said the two big keys are making sure players are using the right technique to be in position to make the tackle, and to get more players to the ball.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney on his team moving forward during practice this week. "We had a bad day. We didn't have a bad year," Swinney said. "I like the fact that it hurts because I think a little pain makes you better."